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Saturday, December 6, 2014

Book Haul

I feel like Christmas came early!  Check out these awesome new books I got this week!!

The Praying Woman's Devotional 

Stormie Omartian, the bestselling author of the Power of a Praying series, has inspired millions of men, women, and families with her prayers and reflective writing. Now she journeys with readers from Genesis to Revelation and reveals how God designed prayer so that they can
  • communicate with Him
  • embrace the promises of Scripture
  • release burdens to God's care
  • walk with Jesus daily
  • listen to the Spirit's leading
Stormie brings home the truths and the wonder of God's promises. This gathering of devotions fromThe Power of a Praying Woman Bible shares Stormie's heart and the foundation of God's Word to provide a source of spiritual encouragement and strength for every reader.

Reindeer Dust

Reindeer Dust is an interactive picture book that engages the imagination through family participation. The book tells the exciting tale of how the Reindeer Dust tradition first began. Designed with the entire family in mind, the book also includes an easy recipe and poem to be read on Christmas Eve.






Hello from the Gillespies

For the past thirty-three years, Angela Gillespie has sent to friends and family around the world an end-of-the-year letter titled “Hello from the Gillespies.” It’s always been cheery and full of good news. This year, Angela surprises herself—she tells the truth....
The Gillespies are far from the perfect family that Angela has made them out to be. Her husband is coping badly with retirement. Her thirty-two-year-old twins are having career meltdowns. Her third daughter, badly in debt, can’t stop crying. And her ten-year-old son spends more time talking to his imaginary friend than to real ones.
Without Angela, the family would fall apart. But when Angela is taken away from them in a most unexpected manner, the Gillespies pull together—and pull themselves together—in wonderfully surprising ways…




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