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Anderson, Don
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Ray Markham
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Curry, Cyndi
When children experience grief and loss, they need special help from their parents. Yet during such times as death, divorce, prolonged illness, parents may feel drained and ill-equipped to pay attention to their children’s needs. In this sensitive and practical book, the author describes the kinds o... (more)
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Danny Silk
Keeping your love on. It’s a hard thing to do. Sometimes it’s the hardest thing to do. But if you want to build healthy relationships with God and others, learning to keep your love on is non–negotiable. Adults and children alike thrive in healthy relationships where it is safe to love and be lo... (more)
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Nicole Johnson
Snow White, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty. Every little girl grew up hearing the stories of "happily ever after," but is that the world in which she exists today? Living in this not-so-fairy-tale world, you are torn between everything you longed for and everything you live with. You wonder how y... (more)
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Edward England
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Wanda Luttrell
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J Smallbones
The great privilege—and the great difficulty—of Christian life is keeping company with Jesus in all times and in all situations. Jackie Smallbones illustrates this practice by revisiting Gospel stories of Jesus' interaction with individuals dealing with terrible hardships. She draws from difficultie... (more)
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Con O Connell
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Heather Jamison / Henry J Rogers
Keeping WHAT real? gabbing • goals • goodies It’s all that stuff you have to deal with that can leave your stomach in knots and just trying to maintain sanity. It’s the basics: gabbing (gossip), goals (personal direction), and goodies (sexual purity). It’s hard enough to be a teen without ... (more)