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April 27 2010 Christian Literature Newsletter


It has been a busy and hectic past few weeks. The birth of a new baby and the chaos around the house affected the column posting and newsletters, but I believe we are back on track. My apologies to everyone! Ah , and trying to be more consistent was one of my New Year's Resolutions.

One of this week's articles dealt with sexual addiction in women. Due to our filters, I had to use "s-x". It is an important issue that needs to be taken seriously. I hope that the subject matter did not offend anyone; however, it is a real problem. Good, Christian women fall victim to this. It's an important subject and I am glad that a major Christian publisher made the book available.

I was lucky enough to review a second book by Isabel Anders. If you have not read anything by her, I would encourage you to pick up a copy of Soul Moments.

Here's the latest article from the Christian Literature site at

Soul Moments
In her characteristic style, Isabel Anders uses moments from day-to-day life to show us the beauty of life and God's handiwork.

No Stones

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Lyn Sedmina, Christian Literature Editor

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