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How to Become a Confident Mom
Whitney Hopler
God – who created you and your children – knows that you have what it takes to be just the kind of mom your children need.
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15 Minutes a Day Can Change Your Marriage
Joe Beam
If a couple spends as little as fifteen minutes a day sharing their stories with each other, in a short period they each will begin to understand the other.
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Faith and The Church

Creeds and Deeds
Mike Horton
Right doctrine is the basis for right behavior. Creeds and deeds go together.
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Fourth of July

Freedom Fried
Shawn McEvoy
The 'Fourth of July' devotional. It fell to me this year. And whoa if I didn't have a firecracker of a time coming up with what to write...
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Eat Your Problems for Breakfast
Steve Diggs
Life is too short to spend our days running from inevitable difficulties. I want to share some strategies that will help you view problems from a healthier and more productive perspective.
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Tricia Brock Ventures Solo on The Road
Lindsay Williams
The Road is paved with nothing but clarity of vocals, affecting lyrics and the best of modern worship. Superchick fans will love this release, as will others who enjoy solid worship music.
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Book Excerpts

Desert Gift
Sally John
What does a marriage expert do when her own marriage falls apart? Just as Jillian Galloway sets out on a book tour, her husband drops a bombshell: He wants a divorce.
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Today's Devotional

Walk by the Light of His Love (from "Alternative View with Dr. Tony Evans")
Nevertheless I am continually with You; You have taken hold of my right hand (Ps. 73:23).
Harriet Tubman was a small wisp of a woman, yet God used her to do a mighty work.
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