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Book Review: The Yada Yada Prayer Group Gets Rolling by Neta Jackson

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The Yada Yada’s are at it again. Jodi Baxter and the rest of the gang are back for a whole new batch of adventures. A lot has changed since the Yada Yada Prayer Group was formed after being pushed together during a women’s conference a year and half prior. Each Yada has her own struggles, but they come together for support, encouragement and most importantly, prayer.

When a fire destroys a building that is near and dear to many of them, the Yada Yada’s and the Uptown-New Morning Church step in to aid the residents. When Avis learns that her daughter has contracted a serious disease, the Yada Yada’s rally around her. As Ruth and Ben struggle with their newborn twins, and as Yo-Yo begins to withdraw from the group, they strive to help out in any way possible.

Still, many questions remain. How will Jodi put together an important performance in less than two weeks' time? Will the lottery money change Chanda? Will Florida’s son end up in a juvenile detention center?

Neta Jackson’s Yada Yada books have sold more than 600,000 copies worldwide.
This sixth book in this award-winning series is one of the best yet. Every reader will relate to one (or more) of the YaYa’s. The characters have a hard-to-achieve depth, especially if you’ve read the other books in the series and know each character’s background.

The Yada Yada Prayer Group Gets Rolling is an exciting read. Every time you turn a page, something new happens.

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  • I’ve heard some really good things about this series.