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** search results for the tag: Setting Up Stones **
Monday, May 18, 2009Author! Author! Host(s): Lynne Ford

While portraying Jesus in the film "The Gospel of Matthew", Bruce Marchiano grasped how Jesus' pure love for women gives them a new vision of who God created them to be. He shares his insights in "Jesus, the Man Who Loved Women" (Howard Books, ISBN # 1-4175-4397-8), the first of today's "Author! Author!" interviews. Local author Janet Dean discusses her second novel, "Courting the Doctor's Daughter" (Steeple Hill, ISBN # 0-373-82812-8). Helen Cepero unpacks "Journaling as a Spiritual Practice" (InterVarsity Press, ISBN # 0-8308-3519-5). Greg Singleton, co-author of "Setting Up Stones" (New Hope, ISBN # 1-59669-219-7), offers practical and creative ways to develop your child's faith. And Kevin Williams provides an up-close-and-personal look at Amish life and cooking in "The Amish Cook at Home" (Andrews McMeel, ISBN # 0-7407-7372-3), written with Lovina Eicher.
 
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