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by Dr. Steve Stephens,John Van Diest,Alice Gray

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ISBN:
1590524322
Author:
Dr. Steve Stephens,John Van Diest,Alice Gray
Category:
Christian Living
Language:
English
Publisher:
Multnomah (October 20, 2004)
Pages:
352 pages
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Alice Gray is an inspirational conference speaker and the creator and compiler of the bestselling Stories for the Heart book series, with over 7 million copies sold. She and her husband, Al, live in Arizona.

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Alice Gray is an inspirational conference speaker and the creator and compiler of the bestselling Stories for the Heart book series, with over 5 million in print.

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The bestselling Lists to Live By series is on top of that wave. In all of our books, we have intentionally avoided lists about the trivia. nd instead focused on what really matters. Like a compass, this collection will keep your life headed in the right direction. As with all the books in the series, these are not lists to do, but lists to become.

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For Everything that Really Matters. Compiled by Alice Gray, Dr. Steve Stephens and John Van Diest. More than another collection, they are a treasure of inspiration and practical advice you’ll come back to again and again. Part of Lists to Live By. Category: Religion. From family to friendship, contentment to virtue, wisdom to love, these are lists to make your life easier, richer, and truer. Some will cause you to reflect.

The Christian Collection : For Everything That Really Matters. by Steve Stephens and John Van Diest. From the compilers of the popular Lists to Live By series come 200 powerful lists by some of the industry's top Christian speakers and authors, including Chuck Colson, Joseph Stowell, Max Lucado, Pat Robertson, Shirley Dobson, Henry Blackaby, Dennis Rainey, Bill Gothard, Rick Warren, John MacArthur, Chuck Swindoll, and Bruce Wilkinson.

Find nearly any book by Dr. Steve Stephens. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Lost in Translation: How Men and Women Can Understand Each Other. by Dr. ISBN 9781590527061 (978-1-59052-706-1) Hardcover, Multnomah Books, 2007. Find signed collectible books: 'Lost in Translation: How Men and Women Can Understand Each Other'.

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If it really matters...you’ll find it here You name it and this book has it. Within these pages are two hundred lists filled with powerful wisdom that will change your life. —More than trivia, they are timeless truths. —More than words, they are motivation for success. —More than another collection, they are a treasure of inspiration and practical advice you’ll come back to again and again. From family to friendship, contentment to virtue, wisdom to love, these are lists to make your life easier, richer, and truer. Some will cause you to reflect. Some will bring excitement. Some will make you smile. Some will move you to action. And most assuredly, some will change your life. If it really matters...you’ll find it here You name it and this book has it. Within these pages are two hundred lists filled with powerful wisdom that will change your life. More than trivia, they are timeless truths. More than words, they are motivation for success. More than another collection, they are a treasure of inspiration and practical advice you’ll come back to again and again. From family to friendship, contentment to virtue, wisdom to love, these are lists to make your life easier, richer, and truer. Some will cause you to reflect. Some will bring excitement. Some will make you smile. Some will move you to action. And most assuredly, some will change your life.
  • GAZANIK
If you love to read lists, are looking for inspiration, or wishing to change your life, this is a great book for just that. Gaining new insights, I have used my copy so often that it has now become dog-eared. Anyone can benefit from reading it, whether they are young or old. It would also make a wonderful gift.
  • Sharpbringer
This book is perfect for anyone that is married or about to get married. This is a must buy!
  • Faell
I saw this book in a thrift store nearly a year ago and didn't buy it. I have been looking for it ever since and finally found it on Amazon. The lists are easy to read, concise, and even entertaining. Some lists are very helpful!
  • Qwne
This intriguing collection gathers wisdom from throughout the Western world: marriage counselors, the Bible (and Bible scholars), Poor Richard's Almanac, health professionals, moms, dads, kids, and grandparents. It is at times inspiring (interesting sections on when good virtues turn bad and on deadliest sins), at times impractical (one hour of reading for one hour of TV viewing? Binoculars made from toilet paper tubes as a kids' toy?) and even saccharine (We're supposed to use our TV time to snuggle and rub backs! I cringed when I read that line.) But then again, much here will admonish, console, and refresh and mostly, remind you of what we ought to do but often don't remember to. A good gift for those who enjoy Christy Lane, "Touched By An Angel," and all wholesome things - or need to.
  • Kekinos
I fell in love with this book a few years ago, and gave several of them as gifts. I couldn't believe it when a Christian bookstore had several copies greatly discounted. I bought them all and gave more away. I have four different volumes of this book and they are all wonderful little treasures, full of wisdom and sound advice. My family now has a dinnertime ritual of choosing one list and reading outloud at the table. At first my family was resistant, but now we all enjoy it and look forward to discussion the lists inspire. This book series is great for those with little time to sit and read, because you can choose a short list to read each day, and you will gain something from it. This book, the bible and the Simply in Season cookbook are the three books I could never part with!
  • Yozshubei
Lists to live by is a must have. Great for any collector or someone looking for a quick inspiration. This book is a keeper for all time. I recommend keeping in the living room for a quick peek now and then. I keep it to remind me there are good things in life and to help me be a better person, religious or not it will enlighten you.
  • Rainbearer
When I bought this book, I couldn't put it down. I enjoyed reading this book because it's full of lists which made semse to me and gave me a perspective on what is important to me. The lists are valuable with meaning and thought provoking. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading lists.
When I saw this in a bookstore, I had to buy it. Then I got it home, looked at it maybe twice, and said, "Why did I need this?"

If you love lists of things, this is an interesting book. Otherwise, I don't see much purpose.