Teresa Shields Parker knows what it's like to be super morbidly obese. Once weighing 430 pounds, she's been through every magic fix imaginable. The thing she found that worked, really worked, was a key she had available to her all along.
"This audiobook gives me HOPE!"
Thank heavens there was no line at the counter. With ticket in hand, she raced down the corridor and up the escalator and to the frustratingly long security line. When she finally got through, she hurried down the long, second floor corridor, reading the numbers above her as she passed under them. When she found the right section, she plopped into a seat near a massive window to await the plane's departure.
Almost anyone can lose weight, but most struggle and end up gaining it back . Losing weight is a challenge, but keeping it off is harder. Freedom from the yo-yo dieting syndrome and control of certain foods is possible with God's help. The walls standing in your way of freedom will crumble if you are willing to dig deep to unearth the roots of buried pain, ridicule, fear, doubt, guilt, other negative and debilitating emotions, and even spiritual misbeliefs.
The covering on Evalena Davidson's head invites all kinds of confidences and sharing, a blessing on Denton Community Hospital's oncology ward. But people expect her to be perfect, which makes living up to the promise of her Old German Baptist uniform a challenge. Pete Neper, head of the sanitation department senses unrest among the employees but finds it a challenge to track down the cause. Danni Wagoner, another oncology nurse is implicated in a drug scam.
Thousands of years ago, Abishag, a farmer's daughter, left her home and family in Sulam to become a handmaiden to King David. Even while she served the wise and fatherly king, she yearned for romance and marriage. Then, when King David died, instead of remaining in the royal harem, Abishag returned to Sulam - but she soon realized it was a mistake to go home. In despair, she knew of only one safe place to flee: the king's palace.
i>Chastity, the Orphan & Mail Order Bride, is a story about a very feisty, intelligent and strong willed orphan, sent to Idaho as a mail order bride and to meet her future husband, a rancher from Germany. Leaving her alone because she is called to deliver a baby, her chaperone tells her to stay in the hotel lobby but she wants to explore the small town and ends up in the saloon. Just in time her future husband shows up and they immediately get off on the wrong foot. Along with that she also has no clue as to what will be expected of her as a rancher's wife.
Work is Roberta "Birdie" Alexander's inspiration. If she works long enough and hard enough, her father will love her as much as he loves her older brothers. In her Christian walk, Birdie approaches her relationship with her Heavenly Father in the same way.
The woman inside me is growing. These poems are Tammy Henson's deepest thoughts and desires. This book has been specifically written for God, Christians and for the hurting world. Without God Tammy ultimately fail. Tammy deepest cry to God is for more. There's people who need desires and expectations to go higher. In this book, you will see Tammy's desires, hopes in God and for this world.
Eighteen years ago, Cass Deason Myers ran away from home and heartbreak. Now she's running away again, this time to the home she left behind. A preacher's wife, Cass finds herself questioning her faith and her marriage. Her sister's phone call asking for help with their mother provides the perfect opportunity to escape.
This is a testimony about a woman of God that has by His loving grace overcome many of life's hardest challenges. This is truly a classic example, story that testifies to any believer, that what the devil means for evil and destruction, God can turn around for His good will and purposes. In this book contains an account of how God can take someone that has experienced a rough early childhood, broken homes, domestic abuse, family dysfunction, drugs, suicide, emotional and sexual abuse, and still recover and even be made for greater things.
Having faith can move mountains, but in Muddy's case, it can transform into something great.
When Jordan finds a pretty jet-black cat on the way home from school, he notices something odd - the cat is panting and wagging its tail, just like a dog! Jordan wants a pet more than anything, so he takes the cat home, hoping that his mom and dad will let him keep it.
Sixteen-year-old Jen Wallace leads a double life at Springdale High. In secret she's the wildly popular advice columnist known as ASK AMY. But to the world she's just boring old Jen. Which wouldn't matter if Marc Adams didn't exist. Determined to make him notice her, she accepts a challenge to win a spot on the cheerleading squad. But how can she learn all the right moves when her ASK AMY identity is under attack? Someone is raiding the locked ASK AMY mailbox. They're blackmailing students who've written in for advice. As Jen closes in on the blackmailer, she learns it's a lot easier to dispense advice than to take it. Worse, Jen knows she's being set up for a fall. It's only a matter of time before her secret identity is exposed and her reputation is ruined. It will not only be goodbye to Mark, but to everyone and everything she cares about.
In this coming-of-age novel, the faith and friendship of two young women is tested when they face decisions that will change their lives forever. Love and romance is never easy, especially for two Christian friends who struggle to live spiritual lives when real-life issues conflict with everything that they have ever believed is right.