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Wholehearted Living

Wholehearted Living

Wholehearted Living is a book of short, daily readings for women whose season in life affords only limited time for contemplation. It’s a pause button for mothers who want to take a break from talk of juice boxes and snow pants in favor of confronting their fears or reconnecting with their dreams. It’s for moments when you feel drawn toward the divine, as well as for those times when you feel like your frailties are holding you captive and you really just want to stand in the corner, face the wall, and scream. Readers can spend fewer than five minutes
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Broke

Broke

"God let us go broke. "Dead broke. We got caught in a horrible swirl of depressed housing markets, of sagging businesses, of long periods of underemployment and then unemployment, of debt from uncovered medical expenses. All of this hit at once, leaving us wondering where on earth we?d land, dependent on the kindness of family and friends to even attempt to make ends meet. "And yet, when I asked God to let me find him (really find him) and to know him (really know him) and to see him and smell him and taste him and sense his presence and
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So Long Status Quo

So Long Status Quo

What happens when nine amazing women of history inspire a suburban mom to abandon her couch and dive into real life? Cuba, welding, and jewelry for water, that’s what! Susy’s life was a lot like her couch–comfy, slumberous, and safe. She was a happy suburban wife and mom who enjoyed her couch-like cocoon and avoided suffering and uncomfortable situations at all costs. Then she met Rose … Eleanor … Elizabeth … and Jane. Now, thanks to their example, her life will never be the same. SO LONG STATUS QUO is the powerful story of how nine amazing historical women inspired a
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Fear Not Da Vinci

Fear Not Da Vinci

Blockbuster novel The Da Vinci Code sparked tremendous interest in Jesus and his true identity, but Christians often don’t feel comfortable or prepared to answer these and other questions raised in Dan Brown’s best-selling book. FEAR NOT DA VINCI encourages and equips people of faith to shed their fears and find common ground to discuss the issues raised in the novel; answers specific questions readers are likely to encounter, and provides practical faith-sharing tips and resources. With a foreword by W. Ward Gasque, PhD.  Answers the questions: → Was Jesus married? → Is the Mona Lisa really a man? → Is Mary Magdalene
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