“Sisters in Christ, Pam, Taylor and Yvonne are back at it. This time their friendship is genuine and they are still members of the congregation meeting for their Sister to Sister prayer group. It was through this ministry that God was able to lead each individual woman to her destination. Though it's been 8 years, it doesn't mean the sisters aren't still in need.
Eva is in need of an immediate breakthrough. A tortured soul, she's struggled her entire life. When she learns that she may have been exposed to HIV through her job, she promises GOD that if he spares her, she'll change her life. Is this a promise Eva will be able to keep?
When we last checked in with Pam Lyons, she and her husband had come into a substantial amount of money. A lot has changed since and Troy is still looking to break into the music business with his only artist, Aria. Pam is writing and has a 2-book deal. The trouble is she is focused on everything but putting pen to paper. Can she steady her mind long enough to chase her own dreams?
Taylor is no longer a single, struggling mother sleeping with married men. She's a married woman, with her own Prince Charming living her fairy tale. Well, it would be much better if her son, Joshua, wasn't causing so many issues at school and at home. Used to it being just the two of
them, Taylor and her husband Spencer are having issues as he's trying to parent Joshua. When Joshua's biological father returns with hopes of being a full-time co-parent, will Taylor be able to see past his past?
Yvonne is single and loving it! Though she's alone, she's far from lonely as she's enjoying her ministries in the church and being a wonderful prayer warrior for her sisters. When a new member comes to the church seeking GOD, Yvonne is excited to help the young woman. However, when she learns of the woman's past,she finds herself standing in judgment. Will she be able to share GOD's love with this woman?
I was so happy to see that Tiffany L. Warren brought the ladies back from WHAT A SISTA SHOULD DO. It was refreshing to see how their lives have advanced, and how even as Christians, they still struggle daily in love, flesh, faithfulness, friendship, forgiveness and dreams. I like how the sisters in the group interact and how even through times of uncertainty, they know that their sisters are standing in the GAP on their behalf. As usual Warren's characters are uproariously funny.
Reviewed by: Crystal”