POWERFUL PAPAYA: Papaya is rich in beta-carotene and vitamin C as well as a great exfoliator! Enzymes in papaya actually eat dead skin cells, leaving a smoother skin surface. I eat the flesh part of papaya, then smooth the skin over my face, neck and body. Let it sit for 20-30 min., then rinse off. Feel a much smoother skin surface! Papaya is a very inexpensive and natural exfoliator compared to some skin care products! …Continue
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Papaya is rich in beta-carotene and vitamin C as well as a great exfoliator! Enzymes in papaya actually eat dead skin cells, leaving a smoother skin surface. I eat the flesh part of papaya, then smooth the skin over my face, neck and body. Let it sit for 20-30 min., then rinse off. Feel a much smoother skin surface! Papaya is a very inexpensive and natural exfoliator compared to some skin care products! …Continue
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Title: Praying the Attributes of God
Author: Ann Spangler
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
“If we want to see God more clearly, we have to be willing to let go of false images when we are given the grace to recognize them for what they are. Human vision, of course, is always impaired. Our deluded hearts mislead us. We only see to the extent that God graciously opens our eyes – the eyes of the blind,” Ann Spangler writes in the…Continue
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Author: Lisa Harper
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
“The symbiotic relationship between joy and sorry means overextension will sometimes be incredibly painful for us. Stretching towards God and others when our own souls feel black-and-blue hurts,” Lisa Harper writes in her book, Overextended … and loving most of it!
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This is, rather obviously, my first time reading one of Dani Pettrey's books. I had read quite a few reviews and blog posts about the Alaskan Courage series so there was quite a build-up for reading it. So, I was pretty excited to receive a copy in the mail. It didn't take long to find out what everyone was 'talking' about, just a glance at the cover pulls you in and the author takes it from there, on a wild Alaskan…Continue
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Title: Unwrapping Wonder
Author: Carol O’Casey
Publisher: Cladach Publishing
“This book is not a field guide to identify what we see as much as it is a field guide to God – helping us to become better acquainted with the Creator through his creation. Nature is complex,” Carol O’Casey reiterates in her book, Unwrapping Wonder – Finding Hope in the Gift of Nature.
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The Christian thriller entitled Heart of Terror is now available. The Midwest Book Review said of the book: "Heart of Terror is an exciting twist of thriller and faith, very much recommended reading." The novel is available as an ebook as well as in hard copy.…Continue
Added by Craig Dressler on September 12, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments
An intriguing Prologue that gave the history from the 1860’s until 1878 of the area where The Russell’s story took place is where my reading began. The Eagle Rock Toll Stop rested deep in the foothills of the Front Range west of Denver. The year was 1860 and this was the only stop between Denver and Central City along the Bradford toll road. Robert Bradford did well with…
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Added by Jillian Lambert on September 11, 2013 at 8:46pm — No Comments
Series: Trouble in Texas, Book 2
Date Published: September 15, 2013
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
Author: Mary Connealy
Genre: Christian Fiction, Historical…
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BOOK READING AND BOOK SIGNING with 3 different authors on Sat. Oct. 12, 3-5pm at Blue Awning Books on Burnet Rd. All 3 of us will be reading from our books and also be available for book signings...More details coming...
One of the authors is Jan Marquart, therapist and author of 10 different books!
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Here it is folks...the September issue for your reading pleasure!
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In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
An amazing thing happened recently. I actually got feedback from an agent that I queried concerning The River Keeper. Usually I get a short little form email that says, “Thank you for your query concerning The River Keeper, unfortunately I do not believe I am the right agent for the work you describe.” Or, they might say, “Thank you for your query, but we don’t think it’s the…Continue
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No, I was never any good at playing baseball. But that’s never stopped me from loving the game. I think it has something to do with the fact that both mysteries and baseball involve a lot of strategy and mind games.
One memorable day, I found a mystery…Continue
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Title: 365 Pocket Devotions
Author: Chris Tiegreen
“As you take a few moments to pause from the stress and hurry of everyday life to focus on God and His plan for you, you become more centered, refreshed, and at peace. Meeting with God every day transforms you.” Chris Tiegreen writes in the introduction of his book, 365 Pocket Devotions – Inspiration and Renewal for Each New Day.
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It seems that William Burt’s series, The King of the Trees, just keeps getting better and better with each book I read! The Downs is filled with self-sacrifice, redemption, and love. In The Downs, the reader finds himself in a world where things may not always be quite what they seem.
I love that with each book in The King of the Trees, Burt chooses to focus…Continue
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