Gentle Lessons from a Recovering People Pleaser offers you remarkable, groundbreaking information; step-by-step instructions to identify life's purpose; and the tools to transform inner turmoil to the tranquility desired.
"Exactly what I was looking for!"
"I wish it never happened." These are the words of Jonathan Daugherty, a man who had a secret, one that shaped his view of life and relationships for 13 years.
Want to learn science? Solve a mystery? Develop Critical Thinking Skills, Solve a Mystery, Learn Science is an interdisciplinary approach for the teaching of science and language.
"Power for the brain"
Safety Yells Back takes A. J. and his friends through common situations that have the potential to become dangerous. When confronted by strangers, will your child make the right decision, or will they put themselves in harm's way?
The Journey: A Celebration of Life is not so much a book to be listened to, as it is a book to be written.
Starting group counseling may seem like an insurmountable task, but Dr. Nick Minardi makes it easy to be successful.
Communicating is fun and easy. Find out how simple it is in this easy-to-understand guide to penning your life story.
This book explores customs and courtesies of military culture through a child's eyes.
While serving as a foreign missionary in remote and tropical Papua, Indonesia, Diana Baird experienced action-packed fun and adventure, laughter, heartache, tears, and discouragement. She relates her collection of short stories, Mama Dai Fell Through the Floor, to memories from her personal journals kept while serving in Indonesia. These journals will challenge those who say they could never go and live in a foreign country.
Kasey knows there is something special about her favorite pink poodle skirt, but she is about to see just how extraordinary it really is. One night, she wakes up to find the poodle from her skirt is real! Kasey and Pierre venture everywhere from the zoo to the ice skating rink and never fall short of fun. Will Pierre be there in the morning, or will all that remains be Kasey's Poodle Skirt?
Did anyone ever defy the fabled Roman legions and live to tell about it?
Sixty...So What? should be the handbook and guide for every woman who is entering the uncharted waters of aging.
Meet Charlie, an excited little boy who is going to school for the very first time. Unsure of what to expect, Charlie is nervous about his first day, but upon arrival at his new school, he realizes that Stepping Today into Pre-K is not so bad after all.
In Season of Change, a Christian parent's guide to mastering the middle-school years, Rebecca Ingram Powell shares candidly from her experiences as both a middler and a mom.
How could God have a purpose for me amid this mess? Why do such bad things happen to good people?
Based on a true story, Birds Without Wings chronicles the memory of 11-year-old Reesa as she and her three siblings - Joyce, the voice of reasoning; Pat, the rebel; and Walter, the protector - are propelled into a world of abuse.
What would it take for you to feel confident in decorating your home? We pray for all sorts of things, but have you ever prayed for guidance from God concerning your house? Do you have financial concerns? All the more reason to involve God in your decisions; God is the ultimate decorator.'In this inspiring book, author Jan Scurlock combines spiritual belief with practical applications to help listeners find peace in their decorating decisions.
From early childhood and through her adolescence, author Diane Troup weathered the deafening storm alone; she was tossed from home to home, looking for someone to protect her from the savage winds of an unkind world.
Were Adam and Eve real people? Was the big bang a real event? Does God exist? Could science hold the answers to these questions of the ages? Physics and metaphysics collide in The Secrets of His Universe by author Richard L. Charette.
In addition to helping foster more appropriate clinical interventions and therapeutic support for bereaved parents, Why My Child? outlines more realistic expectations for coping with such a life-changing loss. While nothing can take away the pain of losing a child, there are ways of supporting bereaved parents to help make their pain more bearable.