I've reviewed a few devotionals on my blog in the past and I usually enjoy them very much. Take Flight was a devotional that I thought was OK but not great. I choose this book because the publishers description was so good.
From the publisher.
Dig In, Soar Up!
Spread your wings and really go places with Take Flight , the first devotional/ponder/prayer/make-it-what-you-need book in the Sisterchicks in the Word series! Robin Jones Gunn and her Sisterchick, Cindy Hannan, offer a collection of fresh, insightful devotions that will rejuvenate the quiet time gone dry. Along with key Scripture verses, they kick in travel tips, wisdom (such as, when a woman knows she’s loved, she can do anything ), Sisterchick locators (find me the best scone in the world!), and more. Complete with ideas for Sisterchickin’ (slang for Sisterchicking; activities for Sisterchicks to do together, as in, “Don’t bother us now; we’re Sisterchickin’!” Not to be confused with Sisterchicken). New. Deep. Different. Fun!
I thought the book had great verses and that there were some very inspiring parts to the book. But I really didn't like that the devotionals took me a long time to read. I want something quick and easy to read before my kids wake up in the morning. I do think this would be a good book to use in a MOPS group for a Bible study since you have more time in those formats to dive into the information.
You can visit the publisher's website to read the first chapter for yourself.
Disclaimer - I received this book to facilitate this review. All opinions are mine and no further compensation was provided.