Girl in the Song

Girl in the Song

By Chrissy Cymbala Toledo

Chrissy Grew up surrounded by the beauty of love and the ugliness of pain. The daughter of a pastor whose church was located in a rough-and –tumble area of Brooklyn, she witnessed the ravaging effects of the streets on the lives of the most desperate-drug addicts, derelicts, and other destitute people. Yet her own home was haven of warmth, filled with affection and love.

Then something happened that tore her away from it. With the flip of a switch, Chrissy fell deeper and deeper into deception where haunting images and songs pointed to one thing-perfection. Longing to be the girl in the song, she became entangle in an obsessive relationship. Before long, secret after secret led her down the path to becoming someone she didn’t even recognize. Locked in to an impossible life, Chrissy found release from a surprising direction. *

From the back of the book.

This book is incredible. it tells the story of a girl named Chrissy, whose parents are pastors of the Tabernacle. it basically talks about her life’s ups and downs. I think this book is really relatable for anybody who grew up in church. She obviously centers on being a pastor kid, and how hard it is. The pressure they are in, and the fact that people sometimes forget that they are normal human’s whit same problems as anyone else, or same battles.

I’m not a Pastor kid and this book blew my mind. It’s really easy to follow. You see the many stages of the battles we all have in our minds.

Sometimes the biggest battles are fought in your mind. In this amazing true story of a girl who literally grew up in church you will find that everyone no matter their status or appearance goes through the same battles. Life can be hard and if you don’t fortify your mind you’re in for a lot of self-destruction. There is no bigger enemy than yourself.

This review was sponsored by Tyndale House Publishers

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