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Diary Of An Ordinary Woman

Diary Of An Ordinary Woman [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1446443833
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Publisher: Random House
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Margaret Forster presents the 'edited' diary of a woman, born in 1901, whose life spans the twentieth century. On the eve of the Great War, Millicent King begins to keep her journal and vividly records the dramas of everyday life in a family touched by war, tragedy, and money troubles. From bohemian London to Rome in the 1920s her story moves on to social work and the build-up to another war, in which she drives ambulances through the bombed streets of London. Here is twentieth-century woman in close-up coping with the tragedies and upheavals of women's lives from WWI to Greenham Common and beyond. A triumph of resolution and evocation, this is a beautifully observed story of an ordinary woman's life - a narrative where every word rings true.

An Ordinary Woman

An Ordinary Woman [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1504007638
Author: Cecelia Holland
Publisher: Open Road Media
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An Ordinary Woman by Cecelia Holland Book Resume:

The remarkable story of the courageous young pioneer who endures the hardships of the wilderness to become the first American woman to enter California A hard life in the Missouri wilderness has made young Nancy Roberts Kelsey strong, fearless, and ready for anything. In the year 1841, the seventeen-year-old wife and mother joins her husband, Ben, and with an infant in her arms, sets off in pursuit of the dream called California. Halfway across the continent, with the worst of the journey still to come, most of their party opts for the safer passage to Oregon, but the Kelseys and their friends choose a more direct route to the western coast—a fateful decision that will lead them across the Great Basin and over the Sierra Nevadas, through confrontations with native tribes and merciless weather. But a different sort of peril awaits them at farthest edge of the frontier from the powerful Mexican dons who view all new arrivals as threats to their sovereignty—setting a seemingly ordinary woman on an extraordinary path that will ultimately change the course of American history. Based in part on the actual letters and writings of Nancy Kelsey, An Ordinary Woman is a stunning tale of courage, determination, and grand adventure that celebrates the remarkable life and achievements of a little-known but essential character from the pages of history—yet another masterful blending of fiction and fact from Cecelia Holland, one of America’s premier historical novelists.

An Ordinary Woman

An Ordinary Woman [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1429905514
Author: Donna Hill
Publisher: St. Martin\'s Press
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An Ordinary Woman by Donna Hill Book Resume:

From bestselling author, Donna Hill comes an evocative, unforgettable novel about love, friendship, marriage, adultery. . . "You'll find out soon enough. So I may as well say it now. I slept with my best friend's husband. There is no explanation. Not a real one, anyway, not one that people will accept, especially people who know me. . .But I want to tell my side. . .Just hear me out. . ." Asha and Lisa have been best friends since grade school and they have always shared everything. A beautiful and accomplished photographer, Asha never seems to lack excitement or a man to share it with. Yet, for a woman who appears to have it all there is always "that something" she needs to make her feel whole. . .worthy. Lisa, "the good girl," has always dreamed of the perfect marriage to the perfect husband. Now she has both with Ross Davis and she has their future planned to the last, perfect detail. Ross didn't want to believe that he and Lisa had married too soon. He didn't want to believe that each day the man he thought himself to be was being stripped away by the woman he loved--leaving him feeling like a kept man instead of the man of the house. And then--betrayal. No one knows how it happened, how they could have done this to each other. But now, they each want to tell their side of the story. As Asha, Lisa and Ross travel down the road to discovery, you will root for them, hurt for them, hate them and love them. But you will never forget them. An Ordinary Woman is about the betrayal of the most sacred of trusts. It is about the that one moment when a single choice will change lives forever. It is a cautionary tale that dares to look deep inside the hearts and minds of the characters involved. Most importantly, An Ordinary Woman attempts to answer the question: How?

An Ordinary Woman

An Ordinary Woman [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1448109418
Author: Susan Sallis
Publisher: Random House
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An Ordinary Woman by Susan Sallis Book Resume:

From the Sunday Times bestselling author Susan Sallis comes a wonderfully evocative novel, perfect for fans of Maeve Binchy, Fiona Valpy and Rosamunde Pilcher. READERS ARE LOVING AN ORDINARY WOMAN! "A remarkable story of love, life, pleasures and hazards. Strong characters who define this story. Excellent read and would strongly recommend Susan Sallis" -- 5 STARS "The storyline was captivating from the start..." - 5 STARS "This book held me from the first page to the last!" - 5 STARS "Very good story, loved every minute..." - 5 STARS *********************************************** WHEN NEEDED, WILL SHE BE ABLE TO RISE TO THE CHALLENGE? 1945, Connecticut. A scandal breaks which forces a baffled Rose, aged four, and her mother to leave America and return home to England. The following May, a sister is born - Joanna or 'Jon'. Rose and Jon are like chalk and cheese. Jon is vivacious, fun, impetuous, rash and persuasive. Rose is reserved, steady, sure, reliable and...ordinary. It is her lot in life to hold the family together through times of tragedy and emotional upheaval. But, when, years later, Jon sets events in motion which send Rose across the Atlantic again and into the most extraordinary event of her life, can she ever be thought of as ordinary again?

An Ordinary Woman

An Ordinary Woman [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1665504609
Author: Terrye Williams
Publisher: AuthorHouse
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An Ordinary Woman by Terrye Williams Book Resume:

This collection of stories from personal experiences, sermons, conversations and the impact of many lives whose story has intersected with mine. It is the journey of recognition of who I am in light of the love of God and call of Jesus Christ on my life. What is so important about my story, you might ask? It is important because it is mine, as do all stories belong to the teller. However, the saddness of it is that these personal, powerful pieces of life are not shared enough, and it is in the sharing that we touch lives. Jesus is our example. Throughout my particular story, the people who were most inclined to find their way into my life and ministry were those the church had forgotten, those who were in need of healing from the wounds the church inflicted, or those who could not in good conscience be part of something that was too far beyond the reality they lived within. These are the stories that need told. My hope is that in telling mine, greater stories from those who have remained silent will emerge.

No Ordinary Woman

No Ordinary Woman [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 019253775X
Author: Angela Penrose
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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No Ordinary Woman by Angela Penrose Book Resume:

Edith Penrose was a remarkable woman and distinguished scholar who lived through, and witnessed at first hand, many of the major events of the 20th century; the great depression in the US; the rise of Nazism in Europe; the second world war when she worked as a special adviser to the US Ambassador in London; post-war reconstruction, assisting Eleanor Roosevelt with the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; the McCarthy era; and the oil crisis of the 1970s. Her work as an economist made a mark in several distinct but overlapping areas - on the patent system, on the theory of the firm, on multinational enterprises, the oil industry, and the economics of the Middle East. Her best known work, The Theory of the Growth of the Firm was originally published in 1959, and has formed the basis of the current dominant perspective in strategic management, the resource based view of the firm. Edith Penrose's approach to explaining the nature of the firm, her fundamental insights, and the concepts she developed are still being applied and extended to new fields of enquiry. Her reformulation of the theory of the firm has had a major influence on the study of the business enterprise, and some argue, the economy itself. She had a distinguished academic and public service career, and wrote extensively on the understanding of the interface between the strategies and activities of multinational enterprises (MNEs) and the nation states;particularly the developing countries—in which they operated. This is the first biography of Edith Penrose, drawing on unpublished diaries and letters, the personal memories of her family, friends, and colleagues, and describes her eventful life, her extensive output and influence. The book tells her personal and professional story, weaving it through the extraordinary upheavals of the twentieth century in which she played a part. The book builds up a picture of a vital, energetic woman who lived life to the full, defied convention, made an impression on all who met her and left a significant intellectual legacy.

An Extraordinary Ordinary Woman

An Extraordinary Ordinary Woman [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1438464975
Author: Susan M. Ouellette
Publisher: SUNY Press
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An Extraordinary Ordinary Woman by Susan M. Ouellette Book Resume:

A rare nineteenth-century journal of an everyday woman richly infused with the minutiae of antebellum daily life and work. In 1820, Phebe Orvis began a journal that she faithfully kept for a decade. Richly detailed, her diary captures not only the everyday life of an ordinary woman in early nineteenth-century Vermont and New York, but also the unusual happenings of her family, neighborhood, and beyond. The journal entries trace Orvis’s transition from single life to marriage and motherhood, including her time at the Middlebury Female Seminary and her observations about the changing social and economic environment of the period. A Quaker, Orvis also recorded the details of the waxing passion of the Second Great Awakening in the people around her, as well as the conflict the fervor caused within her own family. In the first section of the book, Susan M. Ouellette includes a series of essays that illuminate Orvis’s diary entries and broaden the social landscape she inhabited. These essays focus on Orvis and, more importantly, the experience of ordinary people as they navigated the new nation, the new century, and the emerging American society and culture. The second section is a transcript of the original journal. This combination of analytical essays and primary source material offers readers a unique perspective of domestic life in northern New England as well as upstate New York in the early nineteenth century. “Ouellette’s chronicle offers the reader a beautifully crafted and richly textured account of ten years in the life of a young woman as she transitions from unmarried to married life on the New York and Vermont frontier. In the hands of Ouellette, the diary of Phebe Orvis is interpreted with skill and grace, and her life experiences are firmly grounded in the vibrant world of post-revolutionary America. This engaging work will be liked by those readers seeking a deeper understanding of the lives of women and family in the Early Republic as well as those interested in the history of New York, Vermont, and the American frontier.” — Jacqueline Barbara Carr, author of After the Siege: A Social History of Boston, 1775–1800 “Unraveling intricate threads from a young woman’s nineteenth-century diary, Ouellette deftly weaves them into a picture of life in northern Vermont and New York during the Early Republic. Themes of life, death, courting, marriage, travels, fears, and yearnings jump off the pages as Ouellette works her magic not only bringing Phebe Orvis to life but also using the diary and other primary sources to place Phebe’s life within the larger context of her times, gender, and social class. A wonderful read.” — Elise A. Guyette, author of Discovering Black Vermont: African American Farmers in Hinesburgh, 1790–1890

Psalms of an Ordinary Woman II

Psalms of an Ordinary Woman II [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1525505777
Author: P S Howard
Publisher: FriesenPress
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Psalms of an Ordinary Woman II by P S Howard Book Resume:

Psalms of an Ordinary Woman II continues to share how God’s love and grace, allows His people to find joy in the midst of life’s challenges. This book is for anyone seeking spiritual comfort in a challenging world. Do not let the briars and entanglements of this life keep you down. For those who ask, God provides showers of blessing.

Why My Third Husband Will Be a Dog

Why My Third Husband Will Be a Dog [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9781429968706
Author: Lisa Scottoline
Publisher: Macmillan
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Why My Third Husband Will Be a Dog by Lisa Scottoline Book Resume:

A hilarious collection of stories from the life of the New York Times bestselling author of Look Again At last, together in one collection, are Lisa Scottoline's wildly popular Philadelphia Inquirer columns. In her column, Lisa lets her hair down, roots and all, to show the humorous side of life from a woman's perspective. The Sunday column debuted in 2007 and on the day it started, Lisa wrote, "I write novels, so I usually have 100,000 words to tell a story. In a column there's only 700 words. I can barely say hello in 700 words. I'm Italian." The column gained momentum and popularity. Word of mouth spread, and readers demanded a collection. Why My Third Husband Will Be a Dog is that collection. Seventy vignettes. Vintage Scottoline. In this collection, you'll laugh about: • Being caught braless in the emergency room • Betty and Veronica's Life Lessons for Girls • A man's most important body part • Interrupting as an art form • A religion men and women can worship • Real estate ads as porn • Spanx are public enemy number one • And so much more about life, love, family, pets, and the pursuit of jeans that actually fit!

The Uncommon Woman

The Uncommon Woman [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9781575673974
Author: Susie Larson
Publisher: Moody Publishers
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The Uncommon Woman by Susie Larson Book Resume:

Imagine yourself in a pool of strong swimmers, all swimming clockwise. You, a Christian woman, are swimming counter-clockwise...counter-cultural, if you will. This book is for the woman who longs to rise up out of the stereotypical behavior of gossip, insecurity, pettiness, and small dreams. She has an unfulfilled desire to be someone who goes against the grain of the common for the sole purpose of living a life with conviction. The woman who reads this book is ready to believe in her deep value, ready to accept her high calling, and ready to make a difference in a world in need of her influence. Go ahead, swim against the stream to become The Uncommon Woman.

God's Presence in the Life of an Ordinary Woman

God's Presence in the Life of an Ordinary Woman [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1449763081
Author: Kitty McCaffrey
Publisher: WestBow Press
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God's Presence in the Life of an Ordinary Woman by Kitty McCaffrey Book Resume:

God's Presence in the Life of an Ordinary Woman is about an everyday sort of woman who became a Christian early in life. She shares the many times when she couldn’t feel God with her, begged to feel His presence, and wondered why He was so busy with everyone else. She also shares how she trudged through these times to come again to a full realization of God’s presence. Through all these times, she yearned to serve Him. As in childhood, now in old age, she yearns for His favor.

Tasting the Oyster

Tasting the Oyster [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10:
Author: Alexandra Stowasser
Publisher: Rainbowdash Publishers LLC
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Tasting the Oyster by Alexandra Stowasser Book Resume:

In 1982, the Australian Secret Intelligence Service--with the backing of the Australian government at the time--formed its first ever. special covert operations team in support of Secret Service agents operating overseas. Similar to the UK’s Special Operations Executive that was formed during World War II, this Top Secret team was comprised of a small number of highly trained civilians whose actions--should they be caught--would be government deniable. The team trained intensely for just one year ending in the inglorious and notorious Melbourne Sheraton Hotel raid at the end of 1983. At just 25 years old, Alexandra Stowasser was the first and only woman recruited to that team. In ‘Tasting the Oyster,’ she relates the many paths that led her to that fateful time in her life: her family background, her childhood as an English migrant in Western Australia, the difficulties thrown in her path as she pursued her destiny, and the final challenge of leading a secret double life during a year of intense and often highly dangerous training. This is her story…

Growing Through Life: The Extraordinary Tales of an Ordinary Woman

Growing Through Life: The Extraordinary Tales of an Ordinary Woman [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1483407241
Author: Linda Niehoff Davidson
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
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Growing Through Life: The Extraordinary Tales of an Ordinary Woman by Linda Niehoff Davidson Book Resume:

After being told she may only have months to live, the author decides to share her amazing life story. From her grandfather’s solo journey to America circa 1895 to her current day health struggles, Growing Through Life is written with candor, humor, and raw emotion. Linda reveals the extraordinary obstacles and opportunities she faced as she rose from a country girl to become a nationally recognized healthcare finance executive. Her story will inspire you to treasure each new day. You will feel her pain and rejoice in her triumphs as she reveals her newly gained perspective on life.

Dying to Be Healed

Dying to Be Healed [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1664214305
Author: Stefanie Cabaniss
Publisher: WestBow Press
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Dying to Be Healed by Stefanie Cabaniss Book Resume:

Sitting on the couch in the hospice house and literally watching as her best friend lay dying, Stefanie Cabaniss knew in those agonizing moments that the story must be told. As with the Scriptural account of Noah, Abraham and Moses, this recollection conveys a realistic version of that manner of ‘crazy’ faith. Dying to be Healed is not a story set in a backdrop of ages past. It is a contemporary, true, bittersweet and altogether real-life narrative of the final months of earthly existence of Stefanie’s best friend, Monica. Monica battled the ravages of stage-four Melanoma but came to strongly and immovably believe that she had been miraculously healed by the power of the Great Physician. This is a story of that unshakeable faith in the midst of rampant physical contradiction. Dying to Be Healed is also homage to Monica who gave to those around her a reason for hope, and for an abiding appreciation of the abundant blessings of the Lord. If life at times overwhelms you, Dying to Be Healed will help you discover what faith in God will accomplish. From reliving the account of Monica’s relationship with the Lord, you will: • Learn of sustaining and abiding faith. • Witness a convincing demonstration of God’s power and peace! • Find resolve to have a Great Day every day regardless of circumstances! Dying to be Healed is not a story set in a backdrop of ages past. It is a contemporary, true, bittersweet and altogether real-life narrative of the final months of earthly existence of Stefanie’s best friend, Monica. Monica battled the ravages of stage-four Melanoma but came to strongly and immovably believe that she had been miraculously healed by the power of the Great Physician. This is a story of that unshakeable faith in the midst of rampant physical contradiction. Dying to Be Healed is also homage to Monica who gave to those around her a reason for hope, and for an abiding appreciation of the abundant blessings of the Lord. If life at times overwhelms you, Dying to Be Healed will help you discover what faith in God will accomplish. From reliving the account of Monica’s relationship with the Lord, you will: • Learn of sustaining and abiding faith. • Witness a convincing demonstration of God’s power and peace! • Find resolve to have a Great Day every day regardless of circumstances!

Ordinary Woman, Extraordinary God

Ordinary Woman, Extraordinary God [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1479609811
Author: Alison McLeod
Publisher: TEACH Services, Inc.
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Ordinary Woman, Extraordinary God by Alison McLeod Book Resume:

Another health and healing book! So why is Ordinary Woman, Extraordinary God different from all the other books? Alison has lived through many traumatic experiences, yet emerges triumphant and well, in every phase of her life: emotionally, physically, and spiritually. This book is not a step-by-step “how to be well” book, but the inspirational story of a woman facing pain and trauma and her journey—supported by written evidence of medical physicians—from death to life. “If there was ever a person who could understandably be angry, bitter, and have a good reason to give up on life, Alison McLeod is that woman. Facing sexual molestation at an early age, living with a mother suffering the devastating effects of chemotherapy, and watching her four-year-old son die of inoperable brain cancer; these reasons would be more than enough for Alison to become hardened and throw in the towel. Add to that an unfaithful spouse, divorce, and then her own life-threatening battle with cancer, and you have a toxic recipe for tremendous suffering. And yet, because of the grace and love of God, Alison has emerged strong, healed, and is completely well, emotionally and physically. She tells her story in her soft, gentle manner because that is exactly who she is—quietly and uncomplainingly sharing her pain without requesting pity. Her inspirational strength and unshakeable faith and trust in God are rock solid and give hope to all those battling hopeless causes! Readers who have experienced the loss of a child, divorce, sickness, sexual molestation, or dysfunctional relationships will all find help and comfort in the pages of this book.” —Jan Levin


AN AUTUMN SESSHIN [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9781456846671
Author: Thelma Louise Landrum
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
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AN AUTUMN SESSHIN by Thelma Louise Landrum Book Resume:

There’s no question as to the value of meditation. I understood this before I took on the journey of actually attending a Sesshin for a week. This book is about actual journal entries from the author’s experience during a week long Sesshin. There were some surprises, and yet once again human nature comes through as it usually does. The reader will get the feeling of peeking inside someone’s personal journal. Many people, after reading Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat Pray Love, wanted a similar experience, but could not take a year out of their lives to accomplish this endeavor. Almost anyone can take a week to pursue such an experience.

Recognizing a Gift From God

Recognizing a Gift From God [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1452543488
Author: Beth Nevery
Publisher: BalboaPress
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Recognizing a Gift From God by Beth Nevery Book Resume:

This book is a heartfelt account of a lifetime of encounters and experiences revolving around coming to the realization that God and passed loved ones are always with us. My purpose in writing this diary is to help and educate people about the signs they get throughout their lifetime that they are not recognizing and about weird things that happen that they try to rationalize. It is normal to try to rationalize lights turning on or off, or items being moved in your home. It is my hope that you can take these experiences one step further and understand that you are not alone and that these signs are real. In other words, believe your sixth sense. May the white light of divine love and protection be with each and every one of you.


SEEN IN THE BLOOD [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1414044585
Author: Betty Bowen
Publisher: Author House
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SEEN IN THE BLOOD by Betty Bowen Book Resume:

SEEN IN THE BLOOD is the story of an ordinary woman who serves an extraordinary God! You will laugh, cry and identify with the author's life. From the time of being abandoned at birth, you will walk through her times of happiness, sadness, aloneness and feelings of total helplessness. You will see the mercy, faithfulness and love of God as He continually watches over her throughout every circumstance of life. He looked down and saw her covered in her own blood, alone in a basket and commanded her to "Live!" His faithful watch-care guided and protected her before she knew Him as her Savior and Lord. He has continued that watch-care since 1953 when she met Him as her own personal Savior and Lord. She is being trained and guided by the Holy Spirit to fulfill her destiny in life. Her Scripture for life is Proverbs 3:5-6. The author readily admits she is daily learning to live this scripture. "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths." This book will challenge you as well as draw you to know this magnificent God! The Creator of the universe who is so personal He knows every hair upon the head of every human being upon the earth. Matthew 10:30 tells us Jesus said, "But the very hairs of your head are all numbered." As a loving father He patiently waits for mankind to call out to Him, Father, Father! SEEN IN THE BLOOD will cause you to understand the unconditional love and mercy of God in a new and exciting way! The author’s desire is for her life to leave a distinctive trail that will cause others to seek and follow her Lord!

Letting Go

Letting Go [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0981463320
Author: Nancy A. Kaiser
Publisher: Nancy Kaiser
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Letting Go by Nancy A. Kaiser Book Resume:

LETTING GO is the extraordinary story of a woman who retires with her husband to the mountains of North Carolina to build their dream retirement home. Just as she embarks on this fabulous new chapter in her life, her husband confesses, "I never wanted any of this... ." Follow her struggle to learn from and let go of the devastating feelings of betrayal, grief, anger, fear, and loneliness that engulf her after they separate and divorce. Abandoned 600 miles from everyone she knows, her dream shattered, without a home or job, she dares to ask, "Why?" The answers lay buried deep beneath her pain. Join her as her quest for Truth reveals the most unusual teachers from within Nature and the spiritual realms, available only to those with courage to seek answers. Discover how she learns to let go and embrace her destiny.

Jewels from My Journey...

Jewels from My Journey... [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9781452031583
Author: Danette M. Reid
Publisher: AuthorHouse
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Jewels from My Journey... by Danette M. Reid Book Resume:

One day God placed on my heart that He wanted me to share my lifes journey to encourage others. What started out as one email to a few friends is now captured here in a compilation that is sure to have you thinking about and evaluating your purpose and place in Gods Kingdom. Danette Michelle Reid Using real life experiences and Scripture, Danette offers you a glimpse into the life of an ordinary woman. She shares her challenges, experiences, and victories to encourage, motivate, and uplift you! Her thought-provoking messages are emotionally charged and will have you laughing, crying, smiling, and giving God glory all at the same time! Regardless of where you are on your journey, she prays that something you read will not only add a special blessing to your life but will also encourage you to share the Good News about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ with others. Until next time, enjoy the journey!