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The Power of Your Child's Imagination -- A Review

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The Power of Your Child's Imagination consists of nine basic "tools" to help children learn to manage their anxiety and learn self-comfort.  These are skills that will continue to serve a purpose throughout life.  The author suggests the tools be learned in order, as they build upon each other; however, each is capable of standing on its own to address specific issues that need immediate attention.

I thoroughly enjoyed the manner in which Dr. Reznick set this book up.  She not only goes step-by-step through each of the tools, but also explains the why behind each one.  She takes things even further by using real examples of where she has used each tool, why she chose it and how it worked for the child involved.  This gives the reader several ways in which to learn each tool.

The knowledge of the author is clear as you read The Power of Your Child's Imagination. She speaks with the authority of someone who has been through what she teaches many times and relays the information with clarity and skill.  I felt confident when completing the book that I could personally handle the teaching of the tools. 

I was especilly impressed by the suggestion of using art, music and writing to help children process what they experienced while using the tools.  Dr. Reznick has a thorough understanding of how difficult it is for many children to express their feeling with the spoken word.  By incorporating other methods, a parent or teacher can give a child yet other ways to express feelings. 

The only concern I felt while reading was the possibility that a very small minority of children might use the skills to "escape" into a fantasy world rather than deal with the issues causing anxiety.  I believe, however, that someone working with children would be able to assess this possibility and adapt the tools to better "fit" the child.  That is one of the best traits of these tools--they can be altered to work with the individual child and not just be a "one size fits all" method. 

This book belongs on the bookshelf of anyone who has a child in his or her life.  I would suggest anyone dealing with children having low self-esteem or emotional problems absolutely have a copy handy.  I can see where this book will make life much easier to cope with for our children.

The Power of Your Child's Imagination rates five colors on the Rainbow Scale.

Dr. Charlotte Reznick has dedicated her life to helping children, adolescents, parents, and professionals. She is a nationally recognized child and educational Psychologist and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at UCLA. Upon earning her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Southern California, she was honored with "Dissertation of the Year" for her work on the effects of parental divorce on adolescents.

The Power of Your Child’s Imagination is a heart-felt guide that shows parents and professionals how to empower children with easy, effective, and creative skills for surviving – and thriving – in our stressful world. It’s an indispensable guide that provides nine simple tools to help kids access their natural strengths and resources. There’s a mini-primer for each Tool—a sample script, troubleshooting tips, and real-life examples of how it is used. The Tools are adaptable to all ages (even adults can use them), and their benefits accumulate over time.

For more information, or to purchase a copy of The Power of Your Child's Imagination, please visit http://www.imageryforkids.com/
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Answers from Dr.Charlotte Reznic about The Power of Your Child's Imagination

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Dr. Reznick recently answered some questions about her book, The Power of Your Child's Imagination.  I would like to share those questions and answers with you today.  This book is one that really appeals to me because I used similar strategies with my own son as he grew.  I wish I'd had the ones in this book to add to my others.  Her information on using art in conjunction with the other practices also hit home and reminded me of a tree exercise that really opened my eyes several years ago.  In any case, please enjoy the questions and answers from Dr. Reznick and come back tomorrow when I share my thoughts on this book.

Q1. In your book, The Power of Your Child’s Imagination you share with us the importance of accessing a child’s imagination to help them handle everyday problems. Dr. Reznick, why is it important to access your child’s imagination to handle their problems?


Dr. CR: Parents come to me with all sorts of concerns. Like not sleeping at night, having all sorts of fears and worries, not doing well at school or sports, not being able to manage their anger and frustration, not getting along with their brothers and sisters, being devastated when their parents fight or divorce, having stress headaches and stomach-aches, and sometimes just feeling awful about themselves. Yet kids have many of the answers they need to solve their everyday problems right inside. With a little guidance to help them tap into their own imagination and develop their intuition, I’ve seen thousands of kids figure out what works for them. Like nine-year-old Alex who imagined a magical white dragon around his bed to keep him safe at night. Or six-year-old Sara who received a Gift of a crystal star from her Wizard to remember to love herself no matter what.

Basically, Moms and Dads are good at handling their kids’ problems, but sometimes we don’t always know which tool to apply when. This book assists you in choosing what’s best when. It’s as if it puts nine of my secret ingredients into your pantry and helps you choose what’s right for your child right now. There are Nine Imagination Tools that you can teach your child to use with most of the problems they face each day. The book teaches you what these tools are, and which ones work best for which problem. It gives scripts for the Nine Tools and guided journeys you can use immediately. You can mix and match the Tools to suit what works best for your child in each particular situation. There is also support for you as a Parent, on how to nurture yourself while raising your kids, and will lead to less stress for you, and more relaxed parenting.

Q2: You say that sleep issues are a major concern for kids today. How can parents use imagination to help their children fall asleep quickly and easily?

Dr. CR.: Parents ask me all the time about sleep problems. No matter how old a child is, trouble falling asleep is the most common complaint, followed by trouble staying asleep. 30 to 70 percent of kids have a sleep problem at some point. Let me tell you about Sophie. You might recognize some of her issues in your child. Eight-year-old Sophie was exhausted. She tossed and turned for hours. She was short-tempered all day from her lack of sleep. Her parents were exhausted and exasperated. When I met her, Sophie told me exactly what her problem was. She said, “I can’t turn off my brain. Stuff keeps spilling out.” She drew a picture of her life – dark, rainy, with no love. But, when I asked her if she could imagine what her life would be like when she could turn off her brain and sleep easily, she transformed that picture. She imagined a land of Love with the sun shining and flowers growing. She said her crabbiness would be gone and she’d feel really happy and proud of herself.


This simple spark of her imagination was the first step toward change. It’s important that she acknowledged where she was, and could imagine where she wanted to go. Then we took the steps to get there. The Imagination Tools that worked best for Sophie were… one, the “Balloon Breath,” breathing deeply into her tummy to calm herself. Second, imagining a “Special Place” to fall asleep. She loved to imagine falling asleep peacefully while floating on a fluffy white cloud or in her favorite vacation place. She was lucky enough to go Hawaii the year before and she loved swinging on the hammock in front of the room. And third, meeting a wise “Wizard” who gave her “Gifts.” Sophie imagined a Harry Potter type teenage wizard who dressed in a cool violet skirt and a hot pink blouse with a gold crown, who gave her magic berries that helped her body relax deeply and fall asleep. And her Wizard’s wise advice to her was, “If you believe you’re already sleeping, you’ll be asleep in a minute,” Of course that’s clearly coming from Sophie herself. Which is the point – you child has the wisdom and answers inside. All you have to do is choose which Nine Tools work best.

Q3: When a child displays an over-the-top temper, what can a parent do?

Dr. CR.: One of the most difficult challenges we face as parents is helping our kids manage their anger and frustration. It’s so hard not to lose our control when our kids lose their control. The time to start helping your child with angry, hurt and frustrated feelings is often before these big emotions show up, although that’s not always possible. And being a role model on handling conflict and hurt peacefully is great, but it might have taken years for you to perfect those skills, while your kids have been around just a few short years. I think of ten-year-old Brody. Whenever he was hurt, frustrated, or angry, he would yell, scream, kick or punch – himself or his sister. He fought about the smallest things – like what was for breakfast or where to sit in the car. His parents tried everything – time out, taking away privileges, talking calmly – nothing seemed to help.


When we started working together, what helped Brody get in control of his over-the-top temper was to use the Imagination Tools of Talking to His Feelings, Using Color for Healing, and the Balloon Breath. He used his Balloon Breath to calm himself and turn inside to imagine where he kept his big bad feelings. He didn’t just have anger lurking, there was worry, frustration, hurt, and disappointment. White Worry about grades hid in his Belly. Black Frustration about not getting what he wanted made a big black hole in his back. Purple Hurt rang in his ears and Gray Disappointment turned up as a big block in his neck. By the time we got to muddy Anger, he realized it was a combination of the other four feelings, and this helped him understand where his outbursts came from. That made our next step to look for the positive emotions that could act as an antidote to the negative ones easier.


Brody found Calm blue at the top of his head – and breathing the color down into his body helped soothe his anger a bit and washed away worry. His happy feelings were like a neon splash on his chest and when he visualized them spreading, it let go of disappointment. And when he found red Love in his Heart, well, it seemed to act like an all-purpose healer. Brody said when Love moved up his body, it vanished all his bad feelings.


What to remember from Brody’s story? Remember Imagery Tools can be the mind’s own sedative. Use a few and email me the results.

Q4: In The Power of Your Child’s Imagination you also mention the challenges and opportunities of living with brothers and sisters. What can parents do to help their kids get along with their siblings?

Dr. CR: The great thing about sibling issues is that most of us have experienced them. Even if you’ve been an only child, you’ve likely had some competition with friends or co-workers. And, no matter what you do to keep the peace at home, your kids will still drive each other crazy at some point. It’s part of growing up. And that’s good news because brothers and sisters often provide the first opportunity to develop those important social skills such as sharing, taking, turns and resolving conflicts. That’s why it’s so important to get it right inside the family.


Nine-year-old Taylor is a perfect example. Her jealousy of her four-year-old brother caused lots of angry tears at home. Although she had begged her parents for a baby for years, once he came, it was a totally different story. Taylor told me her little brother got all the attention, could do nothing wrong, and that everyone fussed over him, and didn’t notice her at all. She had been holding in feelings of rejection for years and couldn’t stand it any longer. But Taylor learned to use her imagination to find better ways to handle her jealousy and to eventually to let it go.


Of the Nine Tools, what stands out are: Meeting a Wise Animal Friend, Talking to her Feelings, and Checking in with her Heart. Taylor complained about how much pressure she felt to be the “good sister.” So I had her close her eyes and picture what this stress looked like. She imagined locks all over her body – on her shoulders, around her wrists, and by her ankles. I suggested she ask for a wise, loving Animal Friend to help her with these troubles, and a funny monkey showed up, peeling a banana and dangling the keys to unlock her pressure. He sang and told her jokes as he opened each one. His silly stories made her laugh and brought back her sense of humor. And when her pressure was released, Taylor was able to connect to her Heart and remember her loving feelings for her brother. She really did love him. She imagined sending pink love from her Heart to his, and pictured him sending baby blue love back. It was a very touching scene. You too can help your children connect with the love they have for each other and use the Nine Tools to lead the way to the behaviors that show that love.

Q5: How much does (all this) stress spill over to kids physically? What can parents do to about those pounding headaches or terrible tummy aches?

Dr. CR: One of my favorite areas to help kids with is with their stress-related aches and pains because we usually see positive changes relatively quickly. Let’s use the example of headaches. Headaches are the most common pain kids have. 90 percent of all children have them at some time. Of course you’ll want your doctor to rule out any serious physical problems. Like my 11-year-old client Ethan. His pediatrician referred him to me to learn to manage his stress. He had been getting headaches since age seven, and although she prescribed medication, she wanted him to get a handle on the stresses that might be contributing to his frequent headaches. They had gotten so bad he could miss a week of school during one month.


Ethan used many of the Imagination Tools. What I’d like to share is how the Balloon Breath, Talking to Body Parts, including a conversation with his headache, and Tapping into Energy soothed his suffering. When Ethan turned inward for a picture of his headaches, he described them as pounding cannonballs or humungous pliers gripping his temples. It was as if a bad guy was drilling into the top of his head into his brain. Sometimes his headaches hurt so much he told me, “I wish I were dead.” Thank goodness we were able to turn that around. Instead of a wise Animal Friend coming to his rescue, Ethan imagined a SWAT paratrooper dropping Tylenol into his brain. That brought some relief and soon he imagined the trooper helping even without Tylenol. Ethan learned to use the Balloon Breath to calm his worry, which he imagined was a scared mouse running through his head, and to soothe his anger, which was like fire exploding in his brain. And when these imagination tricks didn’t work, he pictured the pain melting out of his head, sending its’ energy into the air and disappearing. You can help your child do the same, holding your hands about six inches from the source of his pain allowing him to imagine sending the pain’s energy through your palm to disappear on the other side. With these and the rest of the Nine Tools, you’ll see they can relieve many of your child’s physical complaints, while also teaching him to manage his own healing.

Q6: Parenting today is hard. Can these Imagination Tools work for parents too? What’s your best advice for parents to help their kids succeed in life?

Dr. CR: I’m always encouraged when parents ask for their own support. My golden rule is it’s important to trust yourself and your intuition, come from a centered place, and take a break when you need it. You want to do your best and sometimes that’s just not possible. So be kind. Accept where you are. Practice self-forgiveness when you mess up. Apologize to your kids when you need to. This kind of honesty helps you be a better role model for your child.


And yes, the Nine Tools can work at any age. They’re really Tools for life. Regular use can help you relax, develop your intuition, and trust your own wisdom. I often teach parents and children together so they can both benefit and become closer. In my trainings and workshops I always put parents and professionals through the imagery exercises, and invariably someone winds up crying because they are so touched. Like one Dad who received permission in his Special Place to cry. His message was it’s okay – it’s not a weakness. That was very reassuring to him. I also want to give everyone Good Health Homework. Pick three Tools and email me in a week – I want to know your experience. I hope the book can give you some of what others have gained. One Mom read it recently and cried because she wished she had these Tools when she was a child. Now she can share them with her own children. And you can too.

Dr. Charlotte Reznick has dedicated her life to helping children, adolescents, parents, and
professionals. She is a nationally recognized child and educational Psychologist and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at UCLA. Upon earning her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Southern California, she was honored with "Dissertation of the Year" for her work on the effects of parental divorce on adolescents.

The Power of Your Child’s Imagination is a heart-felt guide that shows parents and professionals how to empower children with easy, effective, and creative skills for surviving – and thriving – in our stressful world. It’s an indispensable guide that provides nine simple tools to help kids access their natural strengths and resources. There’s a mini-primer for each Tool—a sample script, troubleshooting tips, and real-life examples of how it is used. The Tools are adaptable to all ages (even adults can use them), and their benefits accumulate over time.

To download a free e-book with more information on The Power of Your Child's Imagination: How to Transform Stress and Anxiety into Joy and Success and Dr Reznick , visit http://bookpromotionservices.com/reznick/ . For a limited time Dr Reznick is offering a very special gift to each person who purchases a copy of her book, including over 80 free gifts, Please visit http://www.imageryforkids.com/book/  for all details.


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The Power of Your Child's Imagination by Charlotte Reznick

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The biggest asset a child has is imagination.  We have all watched children playing at make-believe and they are so involved in their play you have difficulty getting their attention.  Imagination is a powerful thing and can be used for more than just play--it can be used to help soothe a scared child, give courage to a bullied child or eliminate the acting out behavior of a child with behavior problems.  Imagination is free, readily available and it works--what better tool can we encourage our children to develop?

Charlotte Reznick worked with inner-city kids and thought long and hard on how she could get through to them and help them to help themselves reduce the effects of the stress that was a daily part of their lives.  The result of all that thinking is

The Power of Your Child’s Imagination will show you how to empower your child with easy, effective, and creative skills for surviving—and thriving—in a stressful world. This indispensable guide provides nine simple tools to help children cope with stress and anxiety by tapping into their imagination to access their own natural strength and confidence

Dr. Charlotte Reznick has dedicated her life to helping children, adolescents, parents, and professionals. She is a nationally recognized child and educational Psychologist and Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at UCLA. Upon earning her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Southern California, she was honored with "Dissertation of the Year" for her work on the effects of parental divorce on adolescents.

Tomorrow, I will be sharing some questions and answers from Dr. Reznick and on Wednesday, I share my thoughts on this book. In the meantime, to download a free e-book with more information on The Power of Your Child’s Imagination: How to Transform Stress and Anxiety into Joy and Success and Dr Reznick , visit http://bookpromotionservices.com/reznick . For a limited time Dr Reznick is offering a very special gift to each person who purchases a copy of her book — please visit http://www.imageryforkids.com/book  for all details.
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Faith and Finances -- A Review

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I rarely read devotionals.  Truthfully, I find it difficult to read something where someone is preaching to me as though I need to do exactly what they say or I'm doomed to be condemned.  Faith & Finances is not like that.

The book is set up with a brief story at the beginning and then the rest is divided into mini stories used to explain how each author learned to have faith in financially difficult times.  Each devotional is preceded by a Bible verse to reflect upon and followed by a one line prayer.  There is then several lines for the reader to reflect on the reading.  It gives the reader a chance to explore just how the devotional "fits" with current circumstances.

Written in a simple style that makes allows the reader to concentrate on the message rather than the exact words, this book will see you coming to a deeper understanding of just how material things and your finances play out in your current life.  You come away with a deeper sense of peace knowing that you don't need to worry, for God will see you have all you need once you allow Him to take charge.

This is a book I would recommend to anyone who spends so much time worrying about finances that they may fail to see the riches that are present within.  Faith & Finances rates a solid 4 on the Rainbow Scale.

We invite you to learn more about Faith and Finances during April and May while they tour cyberspace. To find other tour stops, visit http://bookpromotionservices.com/2010/03/02/faith-finances/  For other details about the book or to get more information about Christian Devotions visit http://www.faithandfinances.us/  . The book is for sale at: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0982206542



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Ten Ways to Thrive in a Bad Economy

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Today I want to share with you a video about Faith & Finance.  Before doing so, however, the authors have shared a wonderful list of things each and every person can do to not only survive, but actually thrive no matter how poor the economy appears.  I hope you enjoy it.

10 points to help people in bad economy


1) Stress less. The gulls do not store up for themselves fish and shrimp and yet they do not starve. If a bird can find food enough each day so can a man, woman and child.

2) Love more. Love is free. Taxed, but still free. Families and friends remain the true source of significance. A life loved and being loved will outlast any economic downturn so share more, not less.


3) Give it all to God. Nations rise and fall. Economies expand and collapse. Through it all, God remains on His throne. Whatever financial difficulties you face today God foresaw it long ago and will see you through. During tough times you may be tempted to recoil, retreat and redouble your efforts, but God’s economy calls for to a radical departure from our human response. God says, “Give it up.” Not quit, but let go. Work, yes. Budget, yes. But give whatever remains of your wealth give to Him and trust that He’ll make it stretch to provide for your daily needs.


4) Dream big. Dreams do not die, they only go dormant. A nut buried in the ground does not remain a nut. In time it becomes an oak. You may not see your dreams come true but that doesn’t mean they won’t. History is replete with discovers born from the grave. Make a photo album of places you’d like to visit and give it away as a gift. Write a letter of past memories and share it with your spouse and children. Our plans for the future begin with our desires of today.

5) Smile often. You matter less than you think and will be missed more than you know so be careful how you live. Your actions and attitudes matter.

6) Trust others. Trust begins with an open hand. We cannot reach for the future with a closed fist. If you want to move forward you will have to trust again. Be wise, be discerning but trust. This is, after all, the lifeblood of our economy.

7) Let go. You cannot make a sun rise, sparrow sing or rain cloud bloom. You control less than you think so relax, let go and help those you can.

8) Travel more. Memories cannot be reposed or auctioned off and their value does not fluctuate with the market so travel more, not less. Time is the only contraband you have and what you don’t spend on others you should exchange for memories so take trips—even if it’s only around the block to a new park, creek or community center. Moving gets us going. (‘Kay, Yogi Berra didn’t say it but he could’ve.)

9) Spend less, savor more. A small meal eaten slowly can fill a hungry belly. Give thanks for the small things and do not begrudge the tough times. You can endure more than we think. You’re an American.

10) Look up. A bowed head will miss the sunrise, sunset and silver lining. Of all creatures man stands nearest to heaven so lift your chin, open your eyes and gaze toward the stars.


Such simple steps to create a life of richness, do't you think?  I'd love to hear your comments as well as any other things you believe can be added to this list! 

Now for a short video on the book:



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Why Faith and Finance?

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You may be wondering why the authors in this anthology felt it necessary to write about financial issues.  After all, isn't money and religion supposed to be opposing issues?  Today, I'd like to share the answer to how and why this book came about--from the authors themselves.

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When God speaks, we listen. Much of our ministry planning time takes place on 3-5 mile hikes up the Blue Ridge mountains. Once we reach the Rattlesnake summit, it’s there God seems to whisper His plans. Faith and Finance happened on the mountain, looking down up Black Mountain and west toward Ashville, NC.


God tends to push us ahead by placing us into difficult situations. Weeks before our walk on the mountain, both our families were traveling through a financial droughts. The economy had yet to spiral downward, but we increasingly saw hints that pointed toward fractures in the economy. As we chatted on the phone one evening, I shared a story about a young couple. Each had good paying jobs. They did not have joint checking accounts. Instead, they divided the bills and each paid a portion out of their own paycheck—neither tithing. That story jolted us. Not only was this married couple refusing to share their riches with each other, but they weren’t willing to trust God, either.

When we met on the mountain God whispered “finances.” We’d begun the category Faith and Finances on the website and with the rumors swirling in the media of bubbles bursting it seemed as though God was pointing us to teach Finance 101 – His Way.

The story of the rich young ruler was the perfect example of how God asks us to allow Him control over all we have. Faith and FINANCES: In God We Trust – A Journey of Financial Dependence isn’t your typical wealth-management book. It’s NOT how to build your 401K. Rather it was meant to be an example of trust—of knowing how to trust God with for and with your daily provision. God seemed to saying, “If you won’t trust me with your finances how will you ever trust me with your life?”

This was the seed for Faith and FINANCES: In God We Trust. The book is designed to allow churches to minister to congregations and encourage them to make God their financial advisor.

God instructed us, not to worry and yet when times are tight, we recoil, retreat and hide our wealth from God and each other. Financial dependence on God releases us from the burden of worry.

Little faith is hoping that God will do what He says.

Big faith is believing that God will do what He says.

But great faith, is knowing God has already done what He said He’d do.

We came down from the mountain confident that God had called us to this book. Within the pages of Faith and FINANCES: In God We Trust, the reader will find devotions from others wrapped into the story of a man struggling to let go and let God minister to him. From beginning to end the books speaks to knowing and trusting God on a whole new plane…on a plane that leads not to poverty or worldly wealth, but to the abundance “of life” Christ promised

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Faith and Finance -- Exploring the Connection

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I learned a long time ago that I could spend my entire life worrying about money.  More than once I've wondered if I'd have food the next day or a place to live at the end of the month.  I found, however, that worrying wasn't necessary for it always seems that something comes through--and I always believe that it is because I allow God to deal with such matters.  It is just this reason that I was thrilled when given the chance to host Faith & Finance.


Jesus spoke about money and material possessions more than he talked about heaven, hell, or prayer. He noted the relationship between a man's heart and his wallet, warning, "Where your treasure is, there your heart will be." This contemporary retelling of the Rich Young Ruler brings a fresh look at the relationship between a person's faith and their finances.


Within the pages of Faith & Finances: In God We Trust you'll find spiritual insight and practical advice from Christy award-winning writer Ann Tatlock, plus best-selling authors, Loree Lough, Yvonne Lehman, Virginia Smith, Irene Brand, DiAnn Mills, Miralee Ferrell, Shelby Rawson and many more.

Great faith calls us to trust God, not our wealth. Read how others have cast off the golden handcuffs and learned to live the abundant life Jesus promised in this contemporary retelling of the Rich Young Ruler. Faith & Finances: In God We Trust, A Journey to Financial Dependence - turning the hearts of a nation back toward God one paycheck at a time.


Over the next couple of days, I'll be sharing with you some excerpts from this book.  "Within the pages of Faith & Finances: In God We Trust you'll find spiritual insight and practical advice from Christy award-winning writer Ann Tatlock, plus best-selling authors, Loree Lough, Yvonne Lehman, Virginia Smith, Irene Brand, DiAnn Mills, Miralee Ferrell and Shelby Rawson, plue Jan Loy, Cindy Sproles: co-founder of Christian Devotions Ministry, Joanna Shumaker, Eddie Jones: three-time winner of the Delaware Christian Writers Conference, Sauni Rinehart, motivational speaker Sandy Bradshaw, Beverly Varnado: 2009 finalist for the Kairos Prize, Christian columnist Cindy Rooy, Candy Arrington: contributing writer for Focus on the Family’s Focus on Your Child, Phyllis Qualls Freeman: author of over two hundred fifty published devotionals, Sandra M. Hart, Leah Mix, Andrea Merrell, Danny Woodall: columnest for Christian Online Magazine, Jennifer Landsberger, David Loy, Pat Jeanne Davis, Kelli Regan, Kristi Buttles, Susan Dollyhigh, Tina Givens: marketing manager for the National Religious Broadcasting Network, David Stearman and Pat Davis

In these times of economic turmoil, it is comforting to know that we can spend our time concentrating on things other than money.  Please come back and enjoy the information over the next two days.

We invite you to learn more about Faith and Finances during April and May while they tour cyberspace. To find other tour stops, visit http://bookpromotionservices.com/2010/03/02/faith-finances/  For other details about the book or to get more information about Christian Devotions visit http://www.faithandfinances.us/ . The book is for sale at: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0982206542


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