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  1. Hope Deferred

    Nadine Pence Frantz, Mary T. Stimming

    Resource / FEB 2010

  2. I Am This One Walking Beside Me

    Daniel Gebhardt

    Resource / JAN 2010

    I Am This One Walking Beside Me is a moving collection of prayers written by Daniel Gebhardt, who has been living with HIV/AIDS for the past 20 years. What makes this book unique is that... read more »
  3. Issues of the Soul

    Richard H. Cox, MD, PhD

    Resource / JUL 2010

  4. Legalized Gambling

    John Eidsmoe

    Resource / JAN 2001

  5. Like a Second Layer of Skin

    Dorothy Winbush Riley

    Resource / JUL 2009

    Imagine love as a coating around your body. Like your actual skin, it offers protection for the body's inner mechanisms. In the ups and downs of everyday living, many long for soothing nurture,... read more »
  6. My War with Worry

    Tay Thomas

    Resource / JUL 2011

    Sickness, failure, problems with our children--who doesn't occasionally worry about things like this?
    But for Tay Thomas, wife of Alaska's former lieutenant-governor, Lowell Thomas, Jr., such... read more »
  7. Nursery Stories of Jesus

    Katherine Royer

    Resource / DEC 2009

  8. Our Daughter Martha

    Marcy Clements Henrikson

    Resource / JAN 2010

    Author Marcy Henrikson lived a "normal" life. She worked as a teacher and was active in her Presbyterian church. She played tennis and bridge and belonged to the right social organizations.... read more »
  9. Planting Seeds of Faith

    Virginia H. Loewen

    Resource / JAN 2011

    "It is important that we introduce our children to Jesus, and that we, as adults, also approach him with childlike faith, acceptance, and trust."
    --Virginia H. Loewen

    An encore... read more »
  10. Pot Likker Stories for Teachers and Learners

    Larry Grant Coleman, Deborah Peaks Coleman

    Resource / JAN 2009

    "Pot likker," a term from the African American community, is the broth remaining from greens that have been seasoned and boiled. This broth is considered flavorful and precious as it contains all... read more »

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