April 7

The Shack…

The Shack Book (click link)

I’m sure alot of us out in the World have a lot of questions: WHY? WHY? and WHY?

Why do bad things happen, I know I certainly do, I’m constantly questioning and asking WHY?

I’m not sure if this booked helped me, I’m still uncertain but, being able to forgive for certain things that’s pretty huge, have I learned how to forgive? not sure yet…maybe this book has helped me, maybe I’ll be walking down that path in the near future.

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Posted April 7, 2009 by Michelle in category "Books

About the Author

My name is Michelle Nadraszky and I live in Calgary, AB CANADA, I am originally from Vancouver, BC but have been in Calgary now for 9 years. I am a Stay at Home Mom to 2 beautiful kids...Taylor who is 6 1/2 and Jaiden who is 3 years old. I have been married to Billy for 8 years. I work part-time in a Call Centre. I have been a Stampin' Up! demonstrator for 2 1/2 years. I love everything about Stampin' Up! - I am highly addicted to it! I have been stamping and scrapbooking for about 4 years now and I am constantly amazed by the talent that I see on a daily basis. Besides Cardmaking, Scrapbooking and Papercrafting I love to watch reality TV, Grey's Anatomy, ER, Gilmore Girls, Desperate Housewives and Miami Ink (I personally have 5 tattoos)!


  1. By Charlotte Styer on

    Hi! I have read The Shack twice. The first time I thought it was OK and the second time I read it after our 41 year old niece died unexpectedly. The second time I read things I had totally missed the first time. It
    is a book that makes you think and realize how much the Lord wants us to have a relationship with Him. I did have some trouble with parts of it but I read it as a “novel” and for entertainment . . . . not as if it was the Divine Truth of God! As long as it is read in perspective I think it is an OK book!


  2. By sandy on

    I love this book. It is a good book. I did have trouble with parts of it also, but I thought about it and also realized it was a novel. I bought this book for my friends at work for a christmas gift.

  3. By Denise on

    I loved this book. I loved the author’s “take” on the Trinity. Entertainment, yes, but for those that have no relationship, what a seed planter!!!

  4. By Caterina on

    Absolutely loved The Shack – truly an inspirational book that will challenge the reader.

  5. By Steve on

    Just finished it. I don’t know about the meaning of the names but I think Charlotte is right; it is a novel and you take out of it what you need to. Yes, there are some contradictions to the Bible, but if you were meeting God, is it so difficult to believe He might appear to you as a female form if you had been so badly abused by your father and not dealt with it yet. People who highlight this contradiction seem to ignore the fact that after Mack has forgiven his father and dealt with his own demons in that respect, God then appears as a father figure. Also, Mack wakes up still on the Friday and knows the track to take to find Missy: Within the context of this being a novel, it could be that the whole event was a vision where God answers his prayers to find her. I like to think he did get to the shack and the things did happen as he related. Whatever is “true”, what I would give to spend a weekend with ‘Papa’. A stunning book as it stands. I’ve got to admit I cried more than I have for years at the waterfall. Just glad I was at home at the time. I would recoment this book to anyone who has doubts.

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