August 16 2009 Christian Literature Newsletter
Another week has gone by, August is half over and school is getting ready to start. The calmer pace of summer is settling into the busy time of year when we juggle work, family, household, children's activities and school schedules.
This week's reviews dealt with women's ministry issues:
The Girl In The Orange Dress
After years of supressing feelings of abandonment by her adoptive and biological fathers, Margot Starbuck experiences healing and finds God is the ultimate father who will never forsake us.
Also, The King's Daughter by Diana Hagee. This book will make a wonderful addition to any womens' ministry program or personal Bible Study.
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