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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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Eat With Joy: Redeeming God’s Gift of Food

Eat With Joy: Redeeming God’s Gift of Food

The Christianity Today Book Award Winner 2014 (Christian Living) "Rachel Marie Stone's Eat With Joy: Redeeming God's Gift of Food takes one of the most fundamental aspects of human life and covers it with remarkable depth and breadth. . . . She offers a compelling vision of how we can spiritually and concretely partake of the heavenly banquet on earth." —Conspire, Spring 2013   "Rachel Marie Stone reminds us that God intends us to delight in food, and she invites us to do so again. Offering up both wisdom and recipes, Stone welcomes us to the table and shows us
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MOMumental

MOMumental

"Wow. Jennifer Grant's MOMumental is more than a parenting book. It is a love story reminding us that imperfection should be celebrated, not feared." Kirk Martin, Founder of CelebrateCalm.com and CelebrateADHD.com
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Love You More

Love You More

"From page one of her courageously vulnerable, intoxicatingly funny memoir about faith and family, it is clear that Jennifer Grant listens to her life with great care." Cathleen Falsani, award-winning religion columnist and author  "I could not love Love You More more…it offers wisdom, wit and laid-bare honesty in a beautiful book that helps us all see the Divine at work in our families." Caryn Rivadeneira, author of Grumble Hallelujah and Mama's Got a Fake I.D. "…a powerful, tender and eloquent memoir that captures the pain – and the triumph and overwhelming joy – of family, faith and adoption." Maurice Possley, author, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and adoptive father "…a
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