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A great book tells you how to make your life better.
A great story draws you into a better life. - Judy Buch
Wrapped in Love
When you read the story of Jaime from Wrapped in Love, about an abused baby not expected to live, and the young mother who hides a secret, you will want to keep reading until the end. The account uncovers layers of lies that tell us something of our own capacity for good and evil.
Eddie is another favorite story from Wrapped in Love, about a homeless man suffering from schizophrenia, addictions and anger. This moving story forces consideration of what it’s like for a homeless person with mental illness, battling his demons. And by the end of the story, it’s nearly impossible not to increase your compassion for people who suffer like Eddie.
This is the second book of short stories. Here the narratives tell what happen
when people are covered in other people’s prayers. And the powerful “covering” from prayer shawl, to prayer quilts to blankets.
- The Opportunity Buggy
A devastating accident cripples a family until an unusual and insightful character, Mrs. Ludwig, becomes their housekeeper. Her outspokenness slaps like a stick in a bicycle wheel. Her love for Jesus with determination to help this family equips them all with the courage and honesty necessary to overcome their tragedy.
- Soldier in Trauma
A couple becomes engaged just before the young man is sent overseas to fight in the Iraqi war. During combat, he is wounded and returns home. But his wounds are more than physical. This is a story of heartbreak and healing, and the gift of caring for our wounded warriors.
These persuasive characters jump off the page and climb into your heart. And the stories take the reader on an emotional roller coaster that keep the pages turning and the lights on. It is a compelling read with images that stick in the imagination and inspiration that refreshes the soul.
Mastering & Marketing Your Performance
This book has become a reliable resource for Christian performing Artists, whether, in drama, mime, magic, storytelling, clowning, ventriloqusim or puppetry.
You will find creative ideas at your fingertips. What sets this book a part from others in Christian performing arts is that it sifts through ideas from various genres to open up and expand your imagination and art.
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