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Let's Do Lunch

Let's Do Lunch

On 9/19 Charlene Amsden wrote: Two weeks ago I weighed myself. Yesterday I weighed again. Yesterday I was 10.5 pounds lighter than I was at the beginning of the month. I already knew I was losing weight. My clothes said so. When I finished reading, Let's Do Lunch, by Roger Troy Wilson, I decided to put his theory to the test, totally ... 10.5 Pounds Gone

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4 Stars

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Outlive Your Life

Outlive Your Life

On 9/11 Charlene Amsden wrote: I have Been a Max Lucado fan for well over ten years. His words, whether spoken or written are eloquent and moving. He doesn’t spout vague theory, he defines how to live a true Christian believer should and brings Bible precepts into focus in such a way that one can clearly see the possibilities of ... Out Live Your Life, By Max Lucado

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5 Stars

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Friendship for Grown-Ups

Friendship for Grown-Ups

On 6/4 Charlene Amsden wrote: My early childhood held a lot of trauma and I recognized many of my emotional defenses in Lisa. In many instances we took parallel steps in learning to conquer our fears and connect to others on a meaningful level. Lisa’s sharing of her emotional journey validated many aspects of my own emotional ... Friendship for Grownups, by Lisa Whelchel

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5 Stars

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Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope

On 4/8 Charlene Amsden wrote: In Kaleidoscope, Seeing God's Wit and Wisdom in a Whole New Light, By Patsy Clairmont, Patsy uses her trademark grace, style and humor to illuminate 31 one scriptures from Proverbs. Each reading is short, 2-3 pages, and ends with a series of questions called "Bits and Pieces", followed by a series of ... Kaleidoscope, By Patsy Clairmont

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5 Stars

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How to Reach Your Full Potential for God

How to Reach Your Full Potential for God

On 2/20 Charlene Amsden wrote: I was excited to get this book. I know it is time to refocus my life in service to God, and since I enjoy and benefit from Charles Stanley’s radio sermons, I thought this book would be perfect. Alas — not so much. Stanley’s “How to” book, in my opinion, would work much better as a group ... How To Reach Your Full Potential For God, by Charles Stanley

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3 Stars

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Jesus Lives

Jesus Lives

On 12/30 Charlene Amsden wrote: The world specializes in separation and losses. How comforting it is to know that nothing can separate us from Jesus’ love. Jesus Lives is Sarah Young’s follow up book to Jesus Calling. It is a devotional guide unlike most others. The devotions are short two-page readings. The first page contains ... Jesus Lives by Sarah Young

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4 Stars

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Jack Daniel's Spirit of Tennessee Cookbook, Volume 1

Jack Daniel's Spirit of Tennessee Cookbook, Volume 1

On 11/21 Charlene Amsden wrote: Tennessee is renowned for many things, most notably it's music, scenic beauty, walking horses and Jack Daniel's Whiskey. -foreward More than just a cookbook, more than just a history, more than just a memoir, Jack Daniel's Spirit of Tennessee Cookbook, Volume 1, embraces all of those genres and goes ... Jack Daniels Spirit Tennessee Cookbook

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5 Stars

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Kabul 24

Kabul 24

On 10/23 Charlene Amsden wrote: August 2001, Kabul Afghanistan: Eight relief workers from Shelter Now International — German citizens George Taubmann, Katrin Jelinek, Margrit Stebner, and Silke Durrkopf; along with Australians Peter Bunch, and Diana Thomas; and two Americans Heather Mercer, and Dayna Curry — were arrested by the ... Kabul 24 by Henry O. Arnold & Ben Pearson

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5 Stars

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Seaside Letters

Seaside Letters

On 10/5 Charlene Amsden wrote: By day Sabrina Kincaid and Tucker McCabe are waitress and patron. By night they are Sweetpea and Harbormaster and share their secrets and aspirations via email. Sabrina knows who Tucker is, but she doesn't dare let on, for she has an unforgivable secret and she fears that if she confesses to being ... Seaside Letters by Denise Hunter

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3 Stars

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