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  • Meal Planner Book Done In Love


    Organize and plan your trip to the market with 80 sheets total of paper inside, 40 sheets each pad.

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  • Meal Planner Book Our Daily Bread


    Organize and plan your trip to the market with 80 sheets total of kraft paper inside, 40 sheets each pad.

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  • Living Simplicity : A Journey To Embracing A Fully Supplied Life


    The word simplicity can conjure up images of beautiful paint colors and minimalist living. It is something many of us crave, as our lives seem anything but simple. Often our idealized images of simplicity exclude some important things: real life, people, family, and relationships. Godly simplicity is about embracing a life in which we live within the boundaries of His provision for the sake of those very things. In Living Simplicity: A Journey to Embracing a Fully Supplied Life, Courtney Kendall Steed invites you to follow along as she goes from loving the idea of simplicity to living a life of simplicity in her own Little House with her own people, family, and relationships. Learn with her as she battles pride, defiantly fixes other people’s mistakes with paint, and learns (and teaches) some valuable lessons about how to live the simplicity we crave.

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  • Life Prep For Homeschooled Teenagers Third Edition


    Cardamom Publishers

    This book is a parent-friendly curriculum for teaching your teens how to live as morally and financially responsible adults. This third edition is updated and expanded, and includes six new projects to prepare teens for a life of financial freedom. It’s a compilation of all the practical things you wish you’d been taught in high school.

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  • Stepping On Cheerios


    Being a mother isn’t easy. Sometimes it’s hard to experience a personal connection with God and community when you are caught up in the chaos of just doing family. Independent and self-sufficient, author Betsy Singleton Snyder lived a full and busy life as a pastor, missionary, and wife of a United States Senator. She had her first child at age 44, then at 47, she found out she was carrying triplets. Suddenly finding herself overwhelmed is an understatement. A Hot Mess is a collection of funny, warm, and charming tales from the frontlines of parenthood, written for women who are juggling to accomplish everyday feats of work, motherhood, marriage, church, and more. It’s a comical story of one woman’s realization that her crazy life is a gift and how she found the grace in it.

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  • What To Do When There Is An Emergency At School


    What to Do When There Is an Emergency at School! was written so that Pre-K to 2nd grade classroom teachers can help prepare their students for emergencies that could happen at school. This is part of a comprehensive school safety procedure. The book can also be used for older students who have intellectual challenges as well.

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  • What To Do When There Is An Emergency At School


    What to Do When There Is an Emergency at School! A Story for Preparing Children in Schools for Emergencies and Drills, with A.L.i.C.E.(c) Procedures Included was written so that Pre-K and elementary classroom teachers can help prepare their students for emergencies that could happen at school. This is part of a comprehensive school safety procedure. The book also includes A.L.i.C.E.(c) or Enhanced Lockdown Procedures.

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  • Basics Of Doing Your Own Home Inspection


    For years, author Thomas O’Connor has accumulated interesting, and often hilarious, stories from numerous home inspections. Many are for first-time buyers for whom he has done several home inspections together before they find one that passes.

    Some of the problems an inspector repeatedly sees are obvious to the professional (wet basements, roof leaks, mold, electrical wiring done by a non-electrician, gas leaks, etc.). This book teaches buyers what to look for before they pay a professional inspector to find a house that passes. If buyers knew a little bit more about what to look for, they would save lots of money!

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  • Stopping The Noise In Your Head


    25 Chapters

    Additional Info
    Of course, worry can be an important asset when it forces our attention on problem-solving. But anxious worrying can cause us to unnecessarily focus on threat, to retreat and avoid, and to seek reassurance and safetywhich is no way to foster a life of growth and excitement. In his fifth published book, Dr. Reid Wilson proposes a groundbreaking, paradoxical approach to overcoming anxiety and worry by moving away from comfort, confidence, and security and willingly moving toward uncertainty, distress and discomfort. Through the use of unconventional strategies, readers will learn how to confront anxiety head-on and step forward into the face of threat. Drawing on a range of sourcesfrom firefighters and fitness instructors to Sir Isaac Newton and Muhammad AliStopping the Noise in Your Head demonstrates the importance of shifting our perspective and stepping toward our challenges in order to regain control of our lives.

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  • How To Turn 100 Dollars Into 1000 Dollars


    From the creators of the nationally syndicated public television shows Biz Kid$ and Bill Nye the Science Guy, HOW TO TURN $100 INTO $1,000,000 is a comprehensive first guidebook to earning, saving, and investing money. Written in a humorous but informative voice that engages young readers, it’s the book that every parent who wants to raise financially savvy and unspoiled children should buy for their kids. It is packed with lively illustrations that make difficult concepts easy to understand-all as a way of building financial literacy, good money decision-making, and the appreciation of a hard-earned dollar.

    Here is how to get into a Million-Dollar Mind-set (millionaires are people who save money, not people who spend it). How to set financial goals and create working budgets. Five ways to earn your first $100, and how to find a job or build a successful business to earn a steady income. Plus where to put your money to make it grow even more (hint: not your sock drawer). How to choose a bank or credit union; harnessing the power of compound interest-i.e., how to make money without lifting a finger; and investing 101.

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  • Soar Above : How To Use The Most Profound Part Of Your Brain Under Any Kind


    Success in work, love, and life depends on developing habits that activate the powerful prefrontal cortex when we need it most. Unfortunately, under stress, the human brain tends to revert to emotional habits we forged in toddlerhood: blame, denial, avoidance, reacting to a jerk like a jerk, and turning our connections into cold shoulders–or worse.

    In Soar Above, renowned relationship expert Dr. Steven Stosny offers a ground-breaking formula for building new, pressure-resistant habits. Based on research in psychology, neurobiology, and anthropology, Stosny will show anyone how to switch to the adult brain automatically when things get tough and to soar above the impulse to make things worse. Filled with engaging examples from his lectures and therapeutic work with more than 6,000 clients, he explains how to use two potent laws of emotion interaction–reciprocity and contagion– to inspire those around you, creating collaboration and community instead of chaos and confusion.

    Most importantly, readers will learn how, through practice, they can get off the treadmill of repeating past mistakes to become their best selves at home, at work, and in the world.

    Stress is inevitable in life, but this illuminating book gives anyone the practical tools to rise above.

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  • Unstuffed : Decluttering Your Home Mind And Soul


    Have you ever wished you could get rid of all the STUFF weighing you down, once and for all? Do you long to find balance and order? Are you unsure of where to even start? Ruth Soukup, New York Times bestselling author and popular blogger, knows all too well how overwhelming it can feel to have a life filled with too many things. Through personal stories and practical action plans, she will inspire and empower you to finally declutter not only your home, but your mind and soul as well. Unstuffed is real, honest, and speaks to the heart of the matter-how can we take back our lives from the stuff that is weighing us down? In this book readers will journey with Ruth to: Discover that more storage space is not the solution, and instead learn how to set strict limits for the stuff we bring in Overcome the frustration of dealing with our kids’ influx of stuff and implement practical solutions for keeping the chaos at bay Recognize the pitfalls of an overstuffed schedule and learn to combat the culture of busy that keeps us running from one thing to the next Finally conquer that mountain of paperwork that threatens to tumble down around us at any moment Find balance by letting go of unhealthy habits that can add to our spiritual clutter

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  • Just Can It


    Spring and summer months fly by in a blur. Planting, tending, weeding, picking, and processing keep gardeners hopping. Just Can It! is a tool that enables busy gardeners and homemakers to capture the results of their hard work on paper for future reference and planning. In addition to useful canning charts, Just Can It! includes templates for recording the following information: Canning and freezing records Gardening records Garden plot records Flower bed records Pictures Recipes Good records make for a satisfied feeling at the end of the season and aid in good planning for the year ahead.

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  • How To Get Ahead In Life


    Why should we strive to become rich? All that becoming rich means is that we want a fuller and more abundant life.

    From his opening lines, author Anthony Winston reminds us why we are working. Riches should not mean a fancy haircut or the newest car. True riches mean security and freedom. The only way to obtain, and keep, wealth is through the right mindset and practical steps.

    Reprogram your mind and understand that you are in control of your life and your wealth. Self-discipline is key. Once you have mastered yourself, you can move on to mastering the other tenets of wealth creation: money and investments, real estate, and owning your business.

    Filled with practical language and real-life examples, How to Get Ahead in Life: Hidden Secrets of the Rich provides financial motivation for anyone interested in taking control of their money. Wealth is earned and Winston shows you how.

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  • Made To Flourish


    Every organization is made to flourish. But when problems arise, quick fixes and poor leadership training can drag it down. The key to a thriving team is to look below the surface at the hidden dynamics that can cause it to lose focus, turn inward or even cease to exist. Budget problems, personality conflicts, mission drift, government regulations?all these and more can tempt us to respond rapidly and superficially. Shelley Trebesch offers leaders the tools needed to develop practical solutions that actually work. She provides a model for getting a firm hold on the complexities inherent in any team. Diagrams help readers visualize key dynamics while vivid case studies illustrate how to put the book into practice. Here is the book that gives churches, NGOs, mission agencies, parachurch groups, other nonprofits, businesses and teams within these groups what they need. Trebesch charts the path to the life-giving, holistic, fruitful abundance that God intended for organizations and everyone in them.

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  • Breathing Room : Stressing Less And Living More


    Finding breathing room in finances, schedules, and relationships leads to enjoying and savoring life instead of simply going through the motions. Breathing Room is a chance not only to catch your breath, but to find the road to the life you have come to believe is impossible.

    Feeling trapped or closed in by the intensity of life is a common ailment in today’s world. You may have come to the point of telling yourself ”This is just the way it is.” Don’t believe it. There is another way. Breathing Room will help you understand why you are tired, in debt, overweight, and relationally isolated–and how to move forward.

    But before getting to the tips and ideas, you will uncover how you got there and why you are living as you are right now. Until you uncover those crucial pieces, you will simply find yourself spinning your wheels. You want to live the life Jesus promised, a life that is overflowing and abundant. This book holds the answers you need to fulfill that promise. Once you read it, you will have the breathing room you need.

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  • And The End Was The Beginning


    Grow In Wisdom Foundation
    Christian embarks on a fascinating adventure that begins as an ordinary day. At times, he finds himself drowning in the monotony of his day-to-day routine; but today, he will learn the truth about relationships, love and many of life’s unanswered questions. After this journey, Christian will never view life the same.

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  • Cookbook With Survival Guide Tips


    A Cookbook with Survival Guide Tips by Susan Kay Gericke is not your ordinary cookbook. The concept of this book is to use basic food skills to help the young adults of today learn organizational skills, not only to turn their lives around, but also to use as a tool for teaching their own children necessary skills before they enter the world on their own. Hence, the inspiration to write this book was conceived. It draws on the author’s personal encounter with just such a young adult facing these very issues.

    The author not only provides some delicious recipes, but also some very helpful tips on time-saving, organization, food handling safety, and shopping. There is one particularly enlightening section called Did You Know You Can…? where she details some really creative ways to take some of the frustration out of certain food prep chores. This is a book not only for the novice, but even the experienced cook will find something new.

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  • Im Broke Jobless And I Dont Want To Starve


    Do you want to be able to serve family and friends delicious, restaurant-quality meals without breaking the bank? Then I’m Broke, Jobless, and I Don’t Want to Starve! is the cookbook you have been looking for. Joyce B. Sykes Young has provided a collection of delectable recipes from her own kitchen that can be whipped up in a flash regardless of your budget.

    Your dinner guests will be amazed at your creative creations made from ingredients that others might pass over in the grocery store. There are bargains galore to be found in the canned food aisle and by talking to the butcher. Chef Young will give you tips on what to buy, tell you exactly how to prepare it, and then even instruct you on how to plate and garnish each dish so that every meal will be an experience rather than a chore. You will love your kitchen again thanks to Joyce B. Sykes Young!

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  • Mapping Your Academic Career


    Introduction: Mapping Our Lives Cohort
    1: Will I Find Security?
    Addendum: Mentoring Cohort
    2: Will I Find Success?
    Addendum: A Financial Plan
    Addendum: Sabbaticals Cohort
    3: Will I Find Significance?
    Addendum: Retirement
    Select Annotated Bibliography
    Subject Index

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    You’re finishing your first year of teaching. It’s been exciting and gratifying, but some wobbly episodes too. How will you carve out a space to flourish? You’re feeling secure in mid-career, with some accomplishments to be proud of. But what should success really look like? You’re nearing the end of your career, and sometimes apprehensive about the blank slate of retirement. What might it look like to finish well? In Mapping Your Academic Career Gary Burge speaks from decades of teaching, writing and mentoring. Along the way he has experienced and observed the challenges and tensions, the successes and failures of the academic pilgrimage. Now, with discerning wisdom and apt examples, he hosts the conversation he wishes he’d had when he started out as a college professor. Wherever you are in your teaching life, this is a book that will reward reading, reflection and discussion.

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  • Common Sense For The Modern Man


    Have you ever heard the phrase Common sense is not so common? In Common Sense for the Modern Man, author Jerry Bishop explains some common-sense practices that have been forgotten by many people. He also advises how you can correct these practices. Topics such as common sense while driving, walking, shopping, and proper phone etiquette are discussed. This book will help the reader get back to being polite and courteous while in the company of others and also during their everyday routines. Jerry Bishop spends his time with his dog in the suburbs of Chicago. He enjoys going for walks in the forest or along the shore of Lake Michigan – anything that gets his imagination moving and thoughts flying. His interests also include museums, art, theatre, and other books as well. As a hearty sense of adventure can stimulate the mind better than anything else, Jerry has found, he is always on the lookout for the next thing to do.

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  • Life Management For Busy Women


    Do you feel as though you’re always falling behind on your schedule?

    Do you long for a simpler life, one that is more focused and productive?

    Have you wished for a clearer sense of purpose in what you do?

    You’re not alone–those concerns tug at the hearts of many women today. Thankfully the Bible offers great input about setting priorities and using your time well. In this book, bestselling author Elizabeth George shares…
    *God’s guidelines for managing the seven major areas of your life
    *valuable how-to ideas for improving your schedule right away
    *biblical keys to living more efficiently and effectively

    As you put these principles to work, you’ll come to know the beauty and power of a simpler life lived according to God’s plan.

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  • Dysfunction Is Not Love



    Affirmations listed in the book are meant to be used by the reader as a point of contact for them to focus on their own personal affirmations arrived from reassured growth.

    Questions for review will be discovered yourself as you are changing inside from your dysfunctional mindset.

    As you now enter into this transforming new journey, everyday becomes exciting explorations.

    Dysfunction has prevented you from leading the life you were meant to have.

    You will understand living your life with maximizing potential, inner personal power, and radiant positivity with spiritual connection.

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  • Why


    WHY? by Carol Hummel Suicide is on the rise. Statistics and studies may show the common reasons why it is happening, like the worsening economic situation around the globe, social pressures, hopelessness, and mental illness. This is alarming, especially when taking a closer look at teenagers and young adults who contemplated, attempted, or successfully committed suicide. Why? compiles real-life stories of teenagers who are victims of bullying and other circumstances, which left deep emotional and psychological wounds, affecting their self-worth. These children often asked why they are in such a predicament. Some of them who couldn’t find a way out ended their lives. This book aims to enlighten everyone about what’s really going on in the minds of youths when they feel helpless and hopeless, as well as suggests ways for both the parents and children on how to avoid bullying and how to heal the wounded spirits, making them feel that life is worth living again.

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  • Does This Plug Into That


    Smartphone, router, Blu-ray, LED-America’s use of electronics has gotten increasingly more challenging since the invention of the light bulb. If you don’t know how many pixels your HDTV should contain for maximum viewing pleasure, or if you are ready to throw your hands up when you hear that you have to configure your Internet router using the WPA-PSK (TKIP) or WPA-PSK (TKIP) + WPA2-PSK (AES) security protocols, then you need Eric Taub’s Does This Plug Into That?

    Taub ignores the jargon and demystifies the technology that can make our lives easier, but usually leaves us bewildered, flummoxed, and defeated-especially after consulting the manufacturer’s installation and usage instructions. Does This Plug into That? cracks the geek code and offers practical advice and directions for everything from purchasing a new TV, to setting up a Web connection, installing a home network, and more. Does This Plug Into That? is the all-inclusive resource that will make you smarter than your smartphone while enhancing your gadgetry and electronic prowess.

    Does This Plug into That? is every consumer’s Rosetta Stone, distilling down all the extraneous technical information into simple actions without the gobbledygook. Now you can join the technophile generation without panicking in the process.

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  • Stuff You Already Know


    Maestro Press
    Part pep talk, part reflection, part friendly kick in the butt, Stuff You Already Know . . . And Everybody Should gives you 437 ways to make your life count from doing the right thing (#256) to setting boundaries (#333) to relating to people half your age (#369). No matter what your season of life whether newly graduated, climbing the career ladder, or living out your legacy years these 437 nuggets and their accompanying stories are sure to provoke laughter, conversation, contemplation, and bold new action.

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  • Stuff Your Face Or Face Your Stuff


    1. Stuffing It: A Recipe For Disaster
    2. Facing It: Do You Have A Food Obsession?
    3. Do You Have A Clutter Problem? Unearth Your Stuff To Get Your Ideal Size Body Back
    4. Banish Your Emotional Clutter: Learning Emotional Resistance
    5. Curb The Chaos Of Life: Face Your Lack Of Sleep And Time (and Overwhelm)
    6. Unstuffed: Get Inspired To Implement Your Own Action Plan

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    While organizing the lives of her many clients as an organizing expert and a frequent guest on A&E’s Hoarders show, Dorothy Breininger learned to face her own clutter, and lost seventy-five pounds in the process. In this one-of-a-kind book, she tackles downsizing from the much-needed perspective of what lies underneath our clutter–metaphorically, physically, and emotionally. With some of the most extreme and memorable true stories from the Hoarders show, Breininger reveals what our clutter is trying to tell us and how it relates to our struggles to lose weight and keep it off.
    Whether you’re a packrat, a neat freak, or trying to tame the hoarder within, Breininger reveals why, to be successful on the scale, you must first master the clutter within you and around you. With the same no-holds barred candor that resonates with TV viewers, she offers advice to help anyone face their stuff, with an organized, step-by-step approach to either toss it, tame it, or tailor it to fit their lives. Filled with personal stories from clients, her own success story, and tips from fitness coaches and organizing experts, this practical book gives everyone the tools to declutter their way to their dream size.

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  • Cristianos Superocupados


    Dices facilmente Si, cuando en realidad querrias decir No? Te sientes atrapado y sin salida en una rutina de 24 horas diarias 7 dias a la semana? Tim Chester propone maneras muy practicas y directas de hacer frente a ese problema: Dar con la raiz y !cortar por lo sano! La `esclavitud’ moderna suele tener su origen en una confusion de valores. Si de verdad queremos ser libres, sera imperativo replantearnos nuestros objetivos a la luz de la Palabra de Dios. Gestionar bien el tiempo es una indudable prioridad. Y el ocuparnos debidamente de nuestro corazon es todavia mas importante. Dios ha prometido descanso a todos los cansados y atribulados (Mateo 11:28). El aceptar ese ofrecimiento es cosa nuestra.

    Do you easily say `yes’ when you would rather say `no’? Do you feel trapped in a 24/7 routine? Tim Chester points the way out: Spot the trouble and root it out! If your particular trouble is: I need to prove my worth, If I am not in control, everything gets out of control, I like working under pressure, I am driven by financial success. Think it over and change track! Modern times slavery usually stems from messed up values. If we really aim at freedom, thinking over our goals and means is the priority. Wise time management is doubtless a must, but tending to our heart surpasses it by far. God has promised rest to the wearied and troubled (Mathew 11:28). Accepting His offer is now entirely up to you.

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  • Yes Im Organized


    Not sure what to buy for your friend’s upcoming birthday? Having trouble remembering where you hid your loved one’s Christmas gift? Yes, I’m Organized is a one-of-a-kind workbook that is designed to help eliminate the complexity of gift giving, or trying to remember if you sent someone a birthday card. You will be surprised at how helpful Yes, I’m Organized can be once you begin to fill in the easy step by step pages of the guidebook. All of the information about a family member, friend, or co-workers can be right there for your convenience, without having the hassle of buying duplicate or unwanted items or wondering what size an infant or toddler wears. Yes, I’m Organized is great for a growing family and will help save you time, money, gas, and the aggravation of long lines at department stores.

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  • Living Your Legacy


    1. Cast Off Security: Hebrews 11:1-3, 8-12
    2. The Possibilities Are Endless: Acts 16:6-15
    3. Revive An Old Dream: Exodus 3:1-22
    4. Rescue The Helpless: Luke 10:25-37
    5. Build Something New: Genesis 6:5-22
    6. Comfort The Downcast: 2 Corinthians 1:1-11
    7. Empower The Poor: Isaiah 58:6-12
    8. When Retirement Isn’t An Option: Genesis 21:8-21
    9. Make A Connection: Deuteronomy 24:19-22
    10. Notice The Children Around You: Mark 9:33-37; 10:13-16
    11. Take The Lead: Joshua 1:1-9
    12. Welcome The Stranger: Acts 8:26-40
    13. Look Ahead: Luke 1:5-25; 57-66

    Appendix: Instructions For Group Leaders

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    No matter what stage of life we find ourselves in, we may wonder if what we’ve done with our time on earth bears any significance. But this question becomes especially important when our expectations for lifelong achievement and ability in later years come face to face with a reality that may not meet those lifelong hopes. It’s common to ask, Who am I now? How should I invest these years? Must I redefine myself, and if so, how? Can I still make a difference?

    Dale and Sandy Larsen found themselves in this place of uncertainty, and they longed to move beyond it into something fruitful and hopeful. Here they offer wisdom born from their experience of finding new, often surprising ways to use their gifts and interests to serve God and those around them. They discovered that even though former roles defined by work and family may be gone or become very different, God still has plans and purposes for their life. And he has plans for your life too.

    Join Dale and Sandy in discovering the exciting ways in which God can use you no matter what your age or circumstances may be. Through interaction with personal narratives, Bible studies, connection points with biblical figures, prayer and exercises designed to help you explore new possibilities, you will learn that there’s much more to life now than you expected. Rather than just living out your later years, you can learn, with God’s help, to live your legacy.

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  • Garden Guru


    SKU (ISBN): 9781434911551Stan-LeeBinding: Cloth TextPublished: 2012Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Credit Report And Beyond


    Credit Repair and Beyond: A Guide to Repairing Personal Credit and Financial Wellness is a comprehensive manual for people dealing with questionable credit with the intent to fix their situations. Complete with tips on how to deal with collection agencies and how to obtain credit cards, this book educates readers in an easy-to-understand manner readers will enjoy and be able to use. Author Caldwell claims, This information guide will help show you how to repair negative credit, reestablish credit, the art of debt negotiations, and maintaining good credt.

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  • Order In The Court (Revised)


    This new edition (2012) includes a section of full-color example pictures of the ideas that are discussed throughout the book.

    Throughout God’s Creation we see design, beauty and order. The psalmist tells us His Creation ‘declares the glory of God.’

    Our God is a God of order. He is the ultimate example of orderliness, for He had a plan and purpose for all of His Creation. That plan includes the day-to-day life of every Christian.

    God’s plan for Christians is to live lives of order. Here is a book filled with helpful hints on how to be better organized in almost every area of your life-starting with your spiritual life, because when your heart is right, it is likely the head will follow.

    Beginning today, you can bring a biblical control to your life. Step by step, this book will show you how to glorify God and create order in the court.

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  • I Used To Be So Organized


    Section One: What Happened?
    Section Two: Finding A Balanced Approach To An Ordered Life
    Section Three: Jump-Start For The Seriously Overwhelmed
    Section Four: Simple Steps To Creating Order
    Section Five: You Can Do It!


    Additional Info
    Combining spiritual encouragement and practical application I Used to Be So Organized presents a balanced approach to finding order and peace for today s overwhelmed woman.

    I Used to Be So Organized addresses the frustrations many women feel when they can’t get a handle on their lives. They know, deep in their hearts, they should be able to manage things. After all, they used to be organized . . . ten or twenty years ago. But now, life seems to hand them one distraction and challenge after another, and ”helpful technology” that just seem to add to the problem. Just when they think they have ”caught up,” something else changes, and there s more to be done.

    In this book, Glynnis Whitwer addresses the issue of organization based in this new reality of information overload, overwhelming choices, increased expectations and technology advances that won t slow down. This book contains twenty-three chapters, each short enough for a busy woman to read during a lunch break. Every aspect of life comes together in this one easy-to-read guide.

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  • Stop Running On Empty


    Success is what happens when your dreams overcome your fears. Steve Diggs has taught thousands of live audiences, readers, and television viewers how to get the most out of life.
    Most of us live our entire lives on the outside looking in. We feel depleted – out of gas.
    Stop Running on Empty is Steve’s definitive book.
    You will master the strategies to achieve 8 vital life-skills and enjoy peak performance.

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  • Backyard Harvest : A Year Round Guide To Growing Fruit And Vegetables


    From sowing and planting to growing and harvesting, Backyard Harvest covers storing, freezing, and preserving tips so that you can enjoy your garden’s bounty into the winter months and throughout the early-spring gap when little is ready to harvest.

    Jo Whittingham, a gardener and gardening writer who has written for a range of gardening magazines, is the author of DK’s Simple Steps to Success: Vegetable Gardening, and served as consultant on The Kitchen Garden and Grow Fruit.

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  • Can You Get Hooked On Lip Balm


    Why does my shampoo stop working?

    Are my cosmetics poisoning me?

    What does hypoallergenic mean?

    Are organic products better?

    Every day thousands of people turn to the scientists at the popular blog TheBeautyBrains.com for answers to their most pressing beauty questions. In Can You Get Hooked on Lip Balm?* you’ll learn how cosmetic products work, what advertising claims actually mean, and how to make smarter buying decisions.

    You’ll discover that:

    * Salon products are not necessarily better than products you can buy in the store.

    * Some of the most expensive cosmetics are made by the same companies that make the less expensive brands, and often the same formulas are used in both.

    * You do not need to spend hundreds of dollars to look and feel good.

    You’ll also find:

    * 4 ways to tell if your cosmetic has expired

    * 5 home beauty gadgets that really work

    * 4 easy tips to longer, stronger nails

    * and much, much more!

    *You can! See chapter 6.

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  • What I Wish I Knew At 18


    What I Wish I Knew at 18 is an engaging, comprehensive, and conversational book written to help young adults achieve success in life. Through lively illustration, simple instruction, and practical, reflective questions, the book reveals key, before-the-fact secrets that propel people into thriving adulthood. Unique in its scope, universal in its message, and timely in its wisdom, it is designed to serve everyone who wants a solid grip on the prize of a successful life. Although conversationally written to graduates, it is destined to become the definitive parenting guide to preparing children for lives of impact. It is also a must read for schools, colleges, faith leaders, mentors, caregivers, and coaches as they partner with parents to educate students for life. Served in bite-sized morsels, the success pointers, along with study questions, help to facilitate dynamic student discussions and deep personal reflection.

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  • Personal Internet Address And Password Organizer


    Are you tired of losing track of the countless login/usernames and passwords that you have to create every time you visit a new website? Keep favorite website addresses, usernames, and passwords in one easy, convenient place!

    Tabbed alphabetical pages
    Lays flat
    Elastic band closure

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  • Clergy Guide To End Of Life Issues


    1. Why Are We Afraid To Die?
    Part 1 – End Of Life Issues
    2. Legal Issues
    3. Medical Issues
    Part 2 – Theological Issues
    4. Miracles And Cures
    5. Our Own Demons
    Part 3 – Pastoral Issues
    6. Preparing For The End Of Life
    7. Working With Congregations
    8. Knowing The Options
    9. Focusing On Transformation
    Appendix 1 – State-Specific Websites For Information About Advance Directives
    Appendix 2 – Denominational Links To End Of Life Issues And Other Denominational Resources
    Appendix 3 – Advance Directives And End Of Life Web Resources
    Appendix 4 – Prayerful Discernment Process For Congregational Use
    Appendix 5 – Materials And Resources For Use With Congregations
    Appendix 6 – Book Suggestions On Grieving And Rituals
    Appendix 7 – Sample Sermon: A Chaplain’s Prayer

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    Will provide even experienced clergy with more tools to help families navigate end-of-life issues and a graceful death. It will give guidance to ministers who are still struggling with personal, professional, and spiritual growth around end-of-life issues. And, for those in pastoral training, it offers the foundational understanding about end-of-life issues so they can put their own issues around death and dying aside to assist others in charting their own course through life’s end.

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  • Time Management : A Catholic Approach


    Combining the spiritual with the practical, Cook presents a resource for anyone feeling the crunch of time, the stress of day-to-day life. Filled with practical suggestions, inspiring examples, and reminders that we’re all on God’s time, Time Management: A Catholic Approach will surely become a standout on your bookshelf.

    Marshall Cook uses quotes from the Scriptures and prominent figures, as well as his own experience and expertise, to direct the reader to look at his or her own life and learn to effectively prioritize the time with which God has gifted us.

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  • Simplify : 106 Ways To Uncomplicate Your Life


    The prophet Isaiah urged the people of God living under extreme stress to remember that their strength would be found in quietness and trust. The Psalmist urged worshippers that to be still was key to their worship. Jesus reminded people that sitting in quietness was better than a life of hectic busyness. Even the writer Henry David Thoreau when asked the secret of life, replied, Simplify, simplify, simplify.

    Almost everyone feels the demands on the limited resources of time and money–so how do we build quiet, rest, and simplicity into our lives? Technology can help, but it often adds more stress. Planning is useful, but it often means that we end up doing more and increasing our speed in the hours that we have. Multi-tasking might mean that we get more done, but it’s no substitute for the peace of a more balanced life. Realistically, these demands on our resources will only increase as the pace of life and the options on how to expend our limited resources multiply. Simplify is about making choices to restore balance, to build a life schedule founded on the sane realization that we cannot accomplish everything and to learn to live within our limits. By covering issues related to scheduling, pacing your life, saying no, and even eating more sensibly, Simplify helps the reader live with a greater sense of inner contentment, enjoyment of life and increased sense of purpose.
    Almost everyone feels the demands on the limited resources of time and money-so how do we build quiet, rest, and simplicity into our lives? Technology can help, but it often adds more stress. Planning is useful, but it often means that we end up doing more and increasing our speed in the hours that we have. Multi-tasking might mean that we get more done, but it’s no substitute for the peace of a more balanced life.

    Realistically, these demands on our resources will only increase as the pace of life and the options on how to expend our limited resources multiply. Simplify is about making choices to restore balance, to build a life schedule founded on the sane realization that we cannot accomplish everything and to learn to live within our limits. By covering issues related to scheduling, pacing your life, saying no, and even eating more sensibly, Simplify helps the reader live with a greater sense of inner contentment, enjoyment of life and increased sense of purpose.

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  • Wanting All The Right Things


    Contemporary culture is awash in conflicting messages for women. Torn between feminism and conservatism, individuality and family, ambition and selflessness, today’s female professionals, wives and mothers often find themselves influenced by conflicting, powerful ideals. This book weaves together biblical principles, personal experiences and revealing interviews to provide solutions to the complex issues women face today.

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  • Receta Del Gran Medico Para Di


    El autor de exitos Jordan Rubin, junto al Dr. David Remedios nos ensena como adoptar las 7 claves en La Receta del Gran Medico para la Salud y el Bienestar para enfocarnos agresivamente en la diabetes y desarrollar un plan contra ella.

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  • Truth In The Mirror


    1. Self-Image
    2. Damaged Images
    3. Projected Images
    4. Reflected Images
    5. Stained Images
    6. False Images
    7. Real Images
    8. Maintaining Your Real Image
    9. Protecting The Self-Images Of Others

    Additional Info
    In the Truth in the Mirror, author and counselor Karl Downing focuses on the importance of accepting ourselves so we can be at peace with who God created us to be and learn to become all He intends us to be. Through educated insight and practical application, Downing shows us how to be set free from the residue of our pasts – the useless comparisons to others, incorrect images others have place on us, the need to please people, and the inability to accept ourselves as we are. She points the way to experience a new sense of satisfaction and pleasure in becoming real, as we portray the image of Christ and teaches us to learn to accept and love the truth that’s there when we look in the mirror.

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  • Empowering Your Child Who Has Special Needs


    1. Something To Live With
    2. Something To Grieve
    3. Balancing Family Needs
    4. Surviving School
    5. Negotiating The Medical Maze
    6. Finding Help
    7. Empowering Prayer
    8. Flying Lessons

    Additional Info
    Your want your child to live the most independent and fulfilling life possible.

    Raising a child is not easy, and when your child has special needs, empowering your childs with strength, dignity, responsibility, and independence can seem daunting.

    Debbie Salter Goodwin has developed strategies to help you accomplish God’s plan for you and your child. She’ll help you:
    *Accept realities and make empowering choices within your new boundaries
    *Help your child grieve a life of continual losses
    *Learn to access and negotiate the medical maze
    *Establish prayer principles to help you stay focused on God’s resources in difficult circumstances
    *Prepare you and your child for his or her transitions from childhood to adolescence to adulthood

    Based on the belief that God’s truth is a freeing reality, Goodwin’s strategies will help you help your child with special needs discover that life empowered by God is never disabled.

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  • Wired That Way Companion Workbook (Workbook)


    This study guide dives deeper into the Wired That Way book and DVD, helping readers take a comprehensive and scriptural look into their own personalities, in ten interactive sessions.

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  • Corazon De Campeon


    Descripcion (Description): En el desarrollo de un lider hay dos partes. La primera es la parte de Dios, que es facil de entender porque El nunca cambia. Son nuestras decisiones, actitudes y la manera en que respondemos a Dios las que hacen la diferencia. En su libro Corazon de campeon, el autor Juan Vereecken nos comparte los principios clave para ser un gran lider y como podemos influenciar a los demas a hacer lo mismo.

    In the development of a leader there are two parts. The first is God’s part, which is easy to understand because He never changes. The second part is our decisions, attitudes and how we respond to God that makes the difference. In Corazon de campeon author Juan Vereecken shares with us the key priciples to becoming a great leader and how we can influence others to do the same.

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  • Wired That Way (Reprinted)


    Do you want to better understand yourself, maximize your strengths, and improve your relationships? Understanding how we are wired can enrich our lives and our relationships, helping to overcome differences that can seem irreconcilable. Instead of terminating jobs, friendships, or marriage on grounds of incompatibility, it is possible to turn these relationships from dying to growing. For more than 25 years, Marita Littauer, with her mother, Florence Littauer, has helped thousands of men and women with their personal and professional relationships. In Wired That Way, Marita brings together in one book a comprehensive overview of the personality types that speaks to anyone who wants to understand and to be understood.

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  • I Hate Filing


    SKU (ISBN): 9780757303951Sharon MannBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2006Publisher: Health Communications Inc. Print On Demand Product

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  • Secrets To Getting More Done In Less Time


    Harvest House Print On Demand Title

    Deadlines. Clutter. Unending responsibilities. These things and many others can overwhelm the daily experience of joyful living for most women. Now home and life management expert Donna Otto reveals how secrets of the trade will help readers get more done and have time left over.

    With Donna’s proven methods and practices, the least organized or most overworked woman will discover easy ways to-
    *master time and maximize it
    *use personalized planners effectively
    *involve the family so everybody benefits

    Handy forms, clever advice, relatable examples from Donna’s life, and contagious enthusiasm make this a productive and inspirational read. Home owners, brides, stay-at-home moms, and women in the workforce will appreciate these easy steps to a better life.

    Formerly titled Get More Done in Less Time

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  • Emociones Que Matan


    Descripcion (Description): El doctor Colbert ofrece una definicion clara de las emociones mortales: cuales son, de donde surge, como se manifiestan y sus efectos en el cuerpo humano, mediante la evidencia cientifica que apoya su posicion y comparte sus consejos con respecto a la nutricion y al papel que ocupan para remover las toxinas fisicas que inhiben una verdadera salud.

    Offering a clear definition of deadly emotions-what they are, where they come from, how they manifest themselves, and their effects on the body-Dr. Colbert uses scientific evidence to support his views and shares insights on the role nutrition plays in removing the physical toxins that inhibit true health.

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  • Ordinary Joy : Finding Fresh Promise In Routine Moments


    Joy involves seeing ordinary things in new ways. This book helps readers revive the joy contained in ordinary living. The discovery of true joy, says Joe Campeau, begins not by breaking out of the daily grind, but by learning to recognize a joy that is already at hand. God draws nearest not only in extraordinary moments of powerful faith, but right in the middle of all the stressed-out, maddening events of daily living.

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  • Cleaning And The Meaning Of Life


    SKU (ISBN): 9780757302404Paula JhungBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2005Publisher: Health Communications Inc.

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  • Time Efficiency Makeover


    These guys really know how to get things set up to maximize your time.They absolutely can create time that seems to come from nowhere.
    – Dr. Phil McGraw

    Do You Want To. . .

    complete job projects on time and without last-minute excuses?
    arrive at appointments punctual and calm?
    fix minor repairs in your home before they become major expenses?
    stop last minute frantic searches before a vacation?

    Time Efficiency Makeover: Own Your Time and Your Life by Conquering Procrastination, will help you decide if procrastination is a real problem or if you are experiencing other life challenges. For true procrastinators, this book is filled with step-by-step guidelines on how to stop putting off those home and work projects, unpaid bills and neglected relationships.You will understand what is holding you back and how to keep focused and motivated on present and future events. A must-read for anyone who wants to improve the efficiency and satisfaction of their lives.

    . . . encourages you to focus in on what you really want–and what’s
    preventing you from getting there. Time Efficiency Makeover provides
    valuable tools for change that will result in massive action.
    –Anthony Robbins, author, Awaken the Giant Within and Unlimited Power

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  • Como Escaper De La Trampa Del


    Stress management is a spiritual discipline. In this thoughtful, creative, and helpful approach to dealing with life’s stress, Mary inspires her readers to counter the culture’s pressure to do it all on their own and to accept God’s gift of stress-free living by trusting in Him completely.

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  • LifePac Electives Foundations For Living Teachers Guide


    SKU (ISBN): 9780740303739Binding: Trade PaperPublished: 2003LifePac ElectivesPublisher: Alpha Omega Publications Print On Demand Product

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  • LifePac Electives Foundations For Living Set Of 10 LifePacs Only


    SKU (ISBN): 9780740303722Binding: Trade PaperPublished: 2003LifePac ElectivesPublisher: Alpha Omega Publications Print On Demand Product

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  • LifePac Electives Foundations For Living Tying It All Together


    SKU (ISBN): 9780740303708Binding: Trade PaperPublished: 2003LifePac ElectivesPublisher: Alpha Omega Publications Print On Demand Product

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  • LifePac Electives Foundations For Living Politics And Arts


    SKU (ISBN): 9780740303692Binding: Trade PaperPublished: 2003LifePac ElectivesPublisher: Alpha Omega Publications Print On Demand Product

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