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I Am My Sister's Keeper

I Am My Sister's Keeper

Reaching out to Wounded Women

~ Denise George

We live in a world of hurting women. And just as Jesus compassionately loved those who were suffering, so can we. "As Christian women, our hearts ache with a world that suffers," author Denise George cries. "Our love for God... read more


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Fighting Fear With Faith

Fighting Fear With Faith

Weathering the Storms with God's promises

~ Denise George

For many women in difficult situations, fear takes a powerful hold. The reasons, whether real or imagined, abound: the possibility of illness or death; loss or rejection; crime, war or terror; failure or the uncertainty of the... read more


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Teach Your Children to Pray

Teach Your Children to Pray

~ Denise George

In a nut-shell this book is a non judgmental, practical, hands- on, I've been there approach to Christian parenting... with a wonderful, inspiring, get me started focus on prayer. Yet it doesn't compromise on the truth and the... read more


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Johnny Cornflakes

Johnny Cornflakes

A Story about Loving the Unloved

~ Denise George

The heart-warming tale of Johnny Cornflakes is based on a true story, presented in vivid detail by master storyteller Denise George. The narrative offers hope even in difficult places, challenges our attitudes toward others and... read more


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Our Dear Child

Our Dear Child

letters to your baby on the way

~ Denise George, Timothy George

'I'm pregnant!' As soon as you know that your baby is on the way people take notice. Normally relatives soften, total strangers start conversations and family members take extra care of you as you look forward to the day of your... read more


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God's Gentle Whisper

God's Gentle Whisper

Developing a Responsive Heart to God

~ Denise George

"Why don't I hear God's voice?" is a thought, maybe even a cry that every Christian has uttered to themselves. We yearn to hear God's voice speak to us but also have a curious impatience for his answers. We live in a society that... read more


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