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Hello, Friends!

Susie Larson here…

I post on the fourth Thursday of every month and I’m thankful to share this time with you. Last month I shared the story of how I got my start in speaking. This month I want us to take a closer look behind the scenes.

In the fall and spring seasons, I travel about three weekends out of four. During the winter months, I drop back to only one or two weekend events per month. Often, as I’m out and about, women share with me how they feel sure God has called them to become a conference speaker. I think that’s wonderful! The world is full of hurting, desperate people and there is enough work to go around for all of us.

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Book Cover (1-13-09) Aging Parent 9780736925266_cft_l When Your Aging Parent Needs Care: Practical Help for this Season of Life

By Candy Arrington

  • ISBN-10: 0736925260
  • ISBN-13: 978-0736925266

In nearly a quarter of households in the US, someone is caring for an
aging parent. Yet few of us are trained caregivers, and our attempts
often seem inadequate. Authors Candy Arrington and Kim Atchley know
from personal experience what it’s like to provide care. With
compassion and guidance, they partner with readers to walk them through
the challenges of caregiving by providing the support and direction
necessary to be spiritually, physically, and emotionally prepared for
what they face day by day. From Harvest House.

Author bio: Candy Arrington has published hundreds of articles, stories, and devotionals in numerous periodicals including: Focus on the Family, Today’s Christian Woman, Marriage Partnership, Encounter, Pray, The Lookout, The Upper Room, CBN.com, Advanced Christian Writer, The Writer, Writer’s Digest, and
the Chicken Soup and Cup of Comfort series. 

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Hello, this is Mildred Colvin with my first interview. To quickly introduce myself, I writeJanetweb[11]  romance for Heartsong Presents and have a 3-in-1 reprint just out this month titled Prairie Hearts. In fact I thought you’d enjoy seeing the cover of my book rather than my face this time. M. J. Conner is the pen name my sister and I used when we first started writing. This book will likely be the last one using that name.

    I’m interviewing Janet Lee Barton, a sister Heartsong Presents author.  Welcome Janet. Let’s learn more about you and your efforts to market your books.    

 
  

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Hi, my name is Jeanette and it has been four years since my last book contract. That’s your cue to shout “Hi Jeanette!” applaud my honesty, and assure me that I’m loved.

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Philippians thm Frappe’ with Philippians

  •  ISBN-10: 0899573967
  • ISBN-13: 978-0899573960

Frappe with Philippians takes readers on a journey back to first-century Philippi, bringing them face-to-face with the Son of God who “emptied Himself” and unites them as a community. In this five-week study, present-day believers catch a glimpse of the joy they can experience when the church is united with one focus: seeing humanity’s need and making known God’s solution in the person of Jesus Christ.  Leader’s guide included.  The Coffee Cup Bible Study series (AMG) is designed for both group and individual use with guided study on the weekdays and relevant devotionals on the weekends. Each study comes with the entire Scripture book of the Bible or passage(s) included. 

Sandra Glahn, Th.M. is adjunct professor, Christian Education and Pastoral Ministries, at Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS), her alma mater, where she serves as editor in chief of Kindred Spirit magazine. She has finished the course work on her doctorate in Aesthetic Studies (Arts and Humanities) at the University of Texas at Dallas. In addition she serves on the women’s executive committee for bible.org, where she’s a regular blogger for the women-in-leadership Tapestry site. 

 

 

 

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