Fabric Of A Woman [Paperback]

By Pamela Hines, Lisa M. Hendey (Foreward By), Rachel Turnbull (Editor), Agnes L. Neher (Editor), David Wood (Editor), K. B. Tan (Contributor) & S. Cao (Contributor)
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Shows women the importance of caring for themselves with such disciplines as prayer, reading the Bible, rest, and healthy lifestyles, allowing God to replenish and restore their bodies, souls, and spirits so that they will be equipped to minister to others --Provided by publisher.

Publishers Description
When was the last time you invested in you? When

was the last time you were alone with God, allowing

your spirit, mind, body, and emotions to be repaired and


Author Pamela Hines believes that it is possible to be better

at forty than you were at thirty, and better at sixty than you

were at fifty. Failing to invest in you, however, can cause

just the opposite to take place. Instead of looking vivacious

and graceful at fifty, you look rundown and forlorn. God

wants His life to permeate your life. He doesn't want the

circumstances of life to overwhelm you and thus steal from

you His joy, peace, and rest.

With the help provided in this book, you will:

- Control your emotions rather than letting them

control you.

- Develop a more positive outlook on life.

- Enjoy a more dynamic prayer life.

- Judge yourself through God's eyes instead of the

eyes of others.

- Be better able to extend love and forgiveness to

friends and family.

- Transform your negative thoughts

Item Specifications...

Pages   176
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.92" Width: 6.04" Height: 0.43"
Weight:   0.65 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Aug 1, 2009
Publisher   Lake Book
ISBN  1603741267  
EAN  9781603741262  

Availability  695 units.
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More About Pamela Hines, Lisa M. Hendey, Rachel Turnbull, Agnes L. Neher, David Wood, K. B. Tan & S. Cao

Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! The ministry of Pamela M. Hines began in 1982, after her husband Darrell L. Hines was raised to life after being tragically struck by lightning. Together, they pastor one of the most dynamic churches within the city of Milwaukee, and are the overseeing founders of several other Christian Faith Fellowship Churches. She is the cofounder of Dominion Fellowship, an outreach ministry encompassing a diversity of races and religious backgrounds that caters to the specific needs of husband-and-wife ministry teams. She is also the founder of "The Women's Image Course," a powerful series of lessons designed to meet the needs of women. Her grace and message attracts women from a variety of racial, economical, and social backgrounds. Her aim is to empower women to be all that God has called them to be, focusing on the spirit, soul, and body.

Pamela Hines currently resides in Milwaukee. Pamela Hines was born in 1961.

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Courtesy of Teens Read Too  Nov 14, 2008
I enjoyed the first installment of the PASSAGE TO MYTHRIN series, THE RUBY KINGDOM, but I was fascinated with this second installment, THE PRISM BLADE.

Amelia, who came to live with her cousin and grandmother in Dunstone, Canada, in the first book, is about a week away from leaving to go live again with her parents in Vancouver. It is summer and hot. Amelia is excited to see her parents but doesn't want to move. She is still dreaming about being with Mara, the dragon she met in the previous book. Simon and Ike are practicing to compete in the Weird Games, a competition that is a big thing in the Dunstone community.

Amelia wakes up one morning convinced that Mara is in trouble. She tells Simon and his bud, Ike, and they go looking for another portal to take them to Mythrin. There they meet a race of humans who are being threatened by the dragons and vice-versa. They are both looking for a weapon that was lost eons ago that can defeat dragons. It is called the Prism Blade.

Amelia, Simon, and one of the Mythrin humans, Pier, come back to Dunstone and, low and behold, the blade is there. Then begins an adventure to compete in the Weird Games, find the weapon before the other side does, and to either destroy or use the weapon on Mythrin.

THE PRISM BLADE is a well-written book with well-defined characters. The Weird Games are interesting and funny. One of the dragons comes to Dunstone and takes the shape of a teenage punk kid, and he is very interesting. The lesson learned is that of home is where your heart is, and that it can also be in many different places. A truly wonderful lesson.

I enjoyed this episode of the series very much. Thank you, Ms. Bow.

Reviewed by: Marta Morrison
Fast-paced, suspensful, thoughtful  Oct 22, 2008
This is a fast-paced, suspenseful adventure. Kids will be delighted with the resourceful young heroes and the equally clever intruders; they'll especially enjoy the teenaged dragon: and the fact that the adults in this novel never get in the way of the action.
Adults will appreciate the thoughtful characterization of humans and dragons alike, the way in which Amelia and Simon have to deal with issues of loyalty and identity, and that what violence does intrude is lightly handled. A good read for all ages.
Dragons Rock!  Jun 9, 2008
I was happy to find that enjoyment of the book does not depend on having read The Ruby Kingdom (first book in the series). The three young human heroes - Amelia, Simon, and Ike -- are fully drawn and have distinct and engaging personalities. My favourite character was the "teenage" dragon, Ty, and I hope that we will read more about him in the next book of the series. While I did not find the Casseri people to be as interesting as the dragons, the conflicting rights of both sides were skillfully presented. The writer does a wonderful job of moving back and forth between the mythical dragon world Mythrin and sleepy small town Dunstone, all the while weaving a suspense filled plot with a satisfying conclusion. The Ruby Kingdom

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