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Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2008
|Dimensions: 7 X 5 (inches)|
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Pocket Bible on Faith: Scriptures to Renew Your Mind and Change Your LifeHarrisonHarrison House / 2013 / Trade Paperback$3.99 Retail:
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Grace is one of the best gifts you'll ever give . . . or receive.
This collection of endearing stories and uplifting quotes reminds us that the generosity of God's wonderful grace is all the motivation we need to become great-hearted givers ourselves. A trend-setting color pallet and contemporary design form the background for this unique collection of inspiration, advice, and humor from best-selling Women of Faith speakers and writers. Based on the 2008 WOF theme of grace, the writings are divided into chapters such as "Grace in the Daily Grind," and "Hearts Always Glimmer with Grace." This type of fun, feminine, faith-filled book makes a perfect gift for a broad audience.
An original Women of Faith® speaker, Patsy Clairmont combines quick wit and depth of biblical knowledge in a powerful pint-size package. A recovering agoraphobic with a pronounced funny bone, Patsy speaks to women from all walks of life. Patsy and her husband, Les, live in Tennessee.Marilyn Meberg speaks each year to 350,000 women at the Women of Faith conferences and is the author of several books. Never one to avoid the hard questions of life, Marilyn Meberg shares the wisdom she's gained from two master's degrees and a private counseling practice. Author, Women of Faith® speaker to over 350,000 women a year, photographer, musician, artist, and world traveller, Luci Swindoll loves to share her joy of life with everyone she encounters. Sheila Walsh is a Women of Faith® featured speaker and the author of the award-winning Gigi, Gods Little Princess series, The Storm Inside, and The Shelter of Gods Promises. Sheila lives in Frisco, Texas, with her husband, Barry, and son, Christian. "Freedom," says Thelma Wells, "comes when you are not dependent on any human being to design your life and your attitude for you; when you realize nobody is responsible for your happiness but you." She should know! Thelma overcame childhood abuse and poverty to become the happy, successful woman you see today. The first black woman to become an Assistant Vice President of a commercial bank, Thelma went on to organize an international speaking and consulting company (for which she received the Small Business Administration's Entrepreneur of the Year Award), earn a master's degree, and become a college professor. Last year Thelma was awarded an honorary doctorate - but she says we don't have to call her "Dr. Wells". Her new book, What These Girls Knew, takes a look at women in the Bible and what they have to tell us today. Thelma and husband George live in Texas, enjoying their children and grandchildren.