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Advent Conspiracy: Can Christmas Still Change the World?
Advent Conspiracy: Can Christmas Still Change the World?
by Rick McKinley
Edition: Paperback
Price: $11.15
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Resource for Church Leaders, December 8, 2009
In today's sour economy, folks are anxious about consumerism and willing to delve into alternative gift-giving and the spiritual meaning of Christmas. I am a pastor, and we are using it in our church as our theme for the weeks leading up to Christmas, and our congregation is truly enjoying it. Our adult and youth Sunday School classes are reading the book and watching the DVD segments and having wonderful discussions. I am using the theme for sermons this month, with two of my messages titled "Let's Conspire!" and "Give More PRESENCE!" inspired by the book. As a pastor, I am always on the lookout for resources to make the season meaningful without being "guilt-trippy." This joy-filled, lightly-humored book is short, sweet, to the point, and practical.

Melanoma Melodrama: A Medical Memoir
Melanoma Melodrama: A Medical Memoir
by Chuck Myer
Edition: Paperback
Price: $14.12
27 used & new from $2.58

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars From his grateful wife, June 12, 2009
As Chuck's wife, I lived this journey of cancer treatments and loss with him. He put his whole heart, mind and soul into this book, his last completed work of art before he died. The last few chapters were written after brain surgery, and it took all he had to produce them. Now that I have been grieving and healing for almost a year, I have some new perspective as I read the book again; I have more appreciation for the honest, poignant and loving words he left behind for us all.

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