Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you, and ordained you, that ye should go and bring forth fruit, and that your fruit should remain…John 15:16a
Sunday, January 9, 2011
It Takes One to Know One
When Lenora Nichols realizes that she can’t handle her rambunctious teen daughters, she turns to her mother for help.
A no-nonsense woman of faith Ma Ray’s tough-loving ways, are deeply rooted in the memories of her own past and common sense. What Crystal and Sahara will come to realize is that their 75-year-old grandmother is more than they can handle. In fact, they will come to find that there is nothing they try that she doesn’t have a solution for. Unfortunately those solutions don’t often sit well with the determined girls.
Situations presented are those that many can identify with; some serious, others hilariously refreshing. A Ray of Hope from Vanessa Davis Griggs is a delightful story displaying generational bonds not often displayed in contemporary works.