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24 Aug Posted by in Interviews | Comments Off on Part 1 of an interview with Hayley DiMarco

Part 1 of an interview with Hayley DiMarco

Part 1 of an interview with Hayley DiMarco

Part 1 of an interview with Hayley DiMarco, Author of A Woman Overwhelmed Women are often overwhelmed by the demands and circumstances of life, resulting in stress, fear, worry, impatience, fatigue, frustration and even depression. The emotional tolls are great but result in physical symptoms, such as weight gain, insomnia, headaches, and anxiety. In A Woman Overwhelmed: Finding […]

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11 Aug Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: A Fragile Hope

Review: A Fragile Hope

Review: A Fragile Hope

A Fragile Hope by Cynthia Ruchti Reviewed by: Mary Ann Bell Genre: Christian Fiction Publisher: Abingdon Press Publication Date: April 4, 2017 In this novel, Cynthia Ruchti introduces Josiah Chamberlin, a well-known marital counselor who has written many books on the subject of marriage, and his wife Karin, an artist with her own unique line […]

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24 May Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Medical Judgement

Review: Medical Judgement

Review: Medical Judgement

Medical Judgement by Richard L. Mabry, M.D. Reviewed by: Pam Graber Genre: Contemporary Suspense Publisher: Abingdon Press Publication Date: May 17, 2016 Someone is stalking Dr. Sarah Gordon. Recently widowed and living alone, Sarah lost more than her husband. She also lost her baby daughter, Jenny. Why then, would someone compound her grief this way? […]

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16 May Posted by in Interviews | Comments Off on Part 2 of an interview with Cynthia Ruchti

Part 2 of an interview with Cynthia Ruchti

Part 2 of an interview with Cynthia Ruchti

Part 2 of an interview with Cynthia Ruchti, Author of A Fragile Hope   We easily become so absorbed in our own responsibilities, problems and concerns that we miss what is going on in the lives of those around us, even those we love the most. That’s where Josiah Chamberlain finds himself in award-winning author Cynthia Ruchti’s […]

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16 Jan Posted by in Interviews | Comments Off on Keep praying. Keep hoping. Keep believing in the God of waiting.

Keep praying. Keep hoping. Keep believing in the God of waiting.

Keep praying. Keep hoping. Keep believing in the God of waiting.

Keep praying. Keep hoping. Keep believing in the God of waiting. It’s easy to believe God when a promise is new and fresh, bubbling with life. It’s hard when the years pass and nothing changes. It’s hard to keep praying, keep hoping, keep believing. It’s hard when those you love betray you, when desperation strikes, […]

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29 Dec Posted by in Interviews | Comments Off on Part 2 of an interview with Marlo Schalesky

Part 2 of an interview with Marlo Schalesky

Part 2 of an interview with Marlo Schalesky

Part 2 of an interview with Marlo Schalesky, Author of Waiting for Wonder   It’s easy to believe God when a promise is new. It’s hard when the years pass and nothing changes. It’s even harder when desperation strikes, your plans backfire, and still God does not fill the emptiness. But what if, in this waiting, […]

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05 Dec Posted by in Interviews | Comments Off on Part 1 of an interview with Marlo Schalesky

Part 1 of an interview with Marlo Schalesky

Part 1 of an interview with Marlo Schalesky

Part 1 of an interview with Marlo Schalesky, Author of Waiting for Wonder   In today’s culture, waiting can seem like a constant nuisance. Whether it’s waiting in line, at the doctor’s office or in traffic, we are often presented with the struggle of not being in control of our own time. Likewise, believing God when […]

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05 Aug Posted by in Interviews | Comments Off on Part 2 of an interview with Deb and Ron DeArmond

Part 2 of an interview with Deb and Ron DeArmond

Part 2 of an interview with Deb and Ron DeArmond

Part 2 of an interview with Deb and Ron DeArmond, Authors of Don’t Go to Bed Angry: Stay Up and Fight   In every marriage, there is conflict. And with every conflict, there is a choice for resolution. Will you ignore the issue until it seemingly goes away? Or will you work together to find peace? […]

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22 Jul Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Close to Home

Review: Close to Home

Review: Close to Home

Close to Home by Deborah Raney Reviewed by: Pam Graber Genre: Contemporary Romance Publisher: Abingdon Press Publication Date: June 7, 2016 Five years ago, Bree Whitman’s world came crashing down when the black car drove up to Grant and Audrey’s house with a “we regret to inform you” message that her husband, Tim, had been […]

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21 Jul Posted by in Interviews | Comments Off on Part 1 of an interview with Deb and Ron DeArmond

Part 1 of an interview with Deb and Ron DeArmond

Part 1 of an interview with Deb and Ron DeArmond

Part 1 of an interview with Deb and Ron DeArmond, Authors of Don’t Go to Bed Angry: Stay Up and Fight   It’s a familiar scenario: He doesn’t understand what she’s really upset about, and she has trouble getting him to see her point of view. In every marriage, there is conflict. In their new book, Don’t Go […]

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