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Baby Be Mine: Find Her, Keep Her / An Unexpected Addition
Review Date: 1/14/2006


In Anne Marie Winstons's Find Her Keep Her, a man determined to have children finds himself falling fast for a woman who may not be able to have them. But why should that stand in the way of true love?

In Terese Ramin's An Unexpected Addition, a single mother - with a houseful of kids already - finds herself pregnant. And she and the fatehr of her child are determined to do the ring thing. But will love follow?


Balancing Your Emotions
Balancing Your Emotions
Author: Gayle G. Roper
Book Type: Paperback
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Review Date: 9/5/2005


In this book, the author breaks emotional problems down into manageable pieces and gives strong biblical hard-won advice to women who want consistency in the midst of chaos. Establishing Christian values, setting reasonable goals, distinguishing between real and assumed guilt, and developing healthy daily partterns are just a few of the areas explored in this practical and upbeat book.


The Bible Cure for ADD and Hyperactivity (Bible Cure (Siloam))
The Bible Cure for ADD and Hyperactivity (Bible Cure (Siloam))
Author: Don Colbert
Book Type: Paperback
  • Currently 2.6/5 Stars.
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Review Date: 2/28/2006
Helpful Score: 1


Poor grades and low self esteem are not your child's destiny. In this concise, easy to read and easy to understand booklet you'll discover a wealth of powerful information to help you and your child understand ADD and ADHD. Learn biblical secrets on health and the latest medical research regarding natural and spiritual steps to overcome these disorders. This book contains findings tha tyour doctor may never have told you.

You want to be healthy. God wants you to be healthy. Now at last here's a source of information that will help you build health, body, mind and spirit.


A Cup of Comfort for Women: Stories That Celebrate the Strength and Grace of Womanhood (Cup of Comfort)
Review Date: 7/19/2005


Unforgettable stories by women, for women. Celebrate the boundless spirit of womanhood with A Cup Of Comfort For Women. The more than fifty uplifting stories in this collection present everyday women living, loving and accomplishing - often against overwhelming odds.


Daring to Draw Near: People in Prayer
Daring to Draw Near: People in Prayer
Author: John White
Book Type: Paperback
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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Review Date: 7/19/2005


Through studying the prayers of key individuals in the Bible one learns about praying to God. We also learn about the God to whom we pray - the one who desires communication with us, the one who takes the initiative. And in the process we see people change. So, this is also a book about what happens to people in prayer.


Form and Style: Research Papers, Reports, Theses (10th ed)
Review Date: 12/27/2005


Form and Style, Tenth Edition, offers practical guidance for writing, documenting and formatting academic papers.


God Has Never Failed Me, but He's Sure Scared Me to Death a Few Times!
Review Date: 1/6/2006


Do you really believe that God is faithful? Do you know for certain that He won't be late with the help you need in your life right now? For anyone who has ever felt frazzled, stressed, confused, hurt, angry, undone or any other emotional response to the difficulties and uncertainties of life, Stan Toler and Martha Bolton serve up a delightful combination of poignant and hilarious reminders that God is still at work in the world. And He is 100% fiathful!


Having Twins : A Parent's Guide to Pregnancy, Birth and Early Childhood
Review Date: 1/3/2006


The "Bible" on the subject of multiple births.


Homeopathy
Homeopathy
Author: Beth MacEoin
Book Type: Paperback
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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Review Date: 2/18/2006


[From back cover]
Are you tired of drugs that cost a fortune but don't make the problem go away? Try safe, effective homeopathic remedies.
Beth MacEoin, a practicing homeopath, provides professional advice and guidlines for effective, at-home homeopathic treatments for common ailments.


I Wish I Could Be More
I Wish I Could Be More
Author: Poppy Smith
Book Type: Paperback
  • Currently 1/5 Stars.
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Review Date: 6/28/2006


Poppy Smith is real - not some lofty super saint I can't relate to. Thsi book is for every woman who has ever wishd she could be more patient, kind, loving, self controlled ... With humor, hosty and thought provoking questions at the end of every chapter, she gently leads us on a journey to become more like Christ.


Instructor's Artfully Easy
Instructor's Artfully Easy
Book Type: Paperback
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Review Date: 1/21/2006


Art projects to make in minutes with stanby supplies. Classy classroom decorations, holiday art, great gifts, seasonal hits. Plus, art activities that teach line, color and shape the artfully easy way.


Kingdoms in Conflict
Kingdoms in Conflict
Author: Charles W. Colson, Ellen Vaughn
Book Type: Paperback
  • Currently 2.5/5 Stars.
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Review Date: 1/3/2006


An insider's challenging view of politics, power and the pulpit.


The Marriage Wish
The Marriage Wish
Author: Dee Henderson
Book Type: Paperback
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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Review Date: 9/24/2005


Yet another awesome Dee Henderson book. You get really drawn into the characters and their relationships with one another.


Maurice Guest (Virago Modern Classic)
Review Date: 1/14/2006


As a study of the tragic power of desperate love, this books ranks in the great traadition of the European naturalist novel.

Called a masterpiece: if a masterpiece is a book you can't forget, it is one. Doris Lessing


Mending Hearts, Mending Lives: A Guide to Extended Family Living.
Review Date: 9/25/2005


An excellent resource for those considreing opening their homes and their lives to Christian extended family living.


Monkeewrench (Monkeewrench, Bk 1)
Monkeewrench (Monkeewrench, Bk 1)
Author: P. J. Tracy
Book Type: Hardcover
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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Review Date: 7/19/2005


A mother-daughter writing team pens a soundly plotted thriller that fires on all cylinders. Tracy (the authors' pseudonym) seamlessly weaves together three distinct subplots converging on a Minneapolis software company, Monkeewrench, run by eclectic misfits and founded by the beautiful, bitchy, haunted Grace MacBride, an enigmatic recluse. The slaying of an elderly couple in a Wisconsin church draws Sheriff Michael Halloran and his amorous deputy, Sharon Mueller, into an investigation that brings unprecedented scrutiny to their conservative rural town. At the same time, a string of baffling murders in Minneapolis are driving homicide detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth bonkers. Then the folks at Monkeewrench figure out what's going on: a killer is staging a series of exotic murders that duplicate those in their grisly new video game, Serial Killer Detective. Desperate to prevent additional murders (the game has 20), the programmers study the victims to figure out who might be next. Meanwhile, Magozzi's investigation reveals that MacBride and her colleagues created entirely new identities for themselves years earlier, for reasons the FBI won't reveal, but which, Magozzi slowly finds, are connected to another series of murders a decade earlier in Atlanta. Tracy covers all the bases in this debut thriller: an accelerating, unpredictable plot that combines police procedural with techno-geek-speak, an array of well-drawn characters and, most importantly, witty repartee.


Multiple Blessings: From Pregnancy Through Childhood, a Guide for Parents of Twins, Triplets, or More
Review Date: 1/3/2006


From pregnancy through childhood, a guide for parents of twins, triplets or more.


My Angry Son
My Angry Son
Author: Barbara Bartocci
Book Type: Hardcover
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Review Date: 1/21/2006


Story of a family trying to raise a difficult child and fidning their way through tough love.


Next Time I Fall in Love
Next Time I Fall in Love
Author: Chap Clark
Book Type: Paperback
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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Review Date: 1/3/2006


How to handle sex, intimacy and feelings in dating relationships from a Christian perspective.


Overcoming Missionary Stress
Overcoming Missionary Stress
Author: Marjory Foyle
Book Type: Paperback
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Review Date: 7/24/2005


Stress is a natural part of even a healthy life. But too much stress can damage relationships, hamper productivity, even ruin lives. Living in alien, often hostile cultures, typically without normal support networks, missionaries aer especially vulnerable to stress.

Drawing from years of experience as a missionary doctor and psychiatric counselor, Dr. Marjory Foyle outlines the causes and effects of missionary stress.


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