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Author Mary Beth Egeling will be reading from both of her books.
Love-abouts by Mary Beth Egeling
Author Mary Beth Egeling gives, from her family to yours, Love-abouts, a simple and dependable tool for enriching lives and strengthening relationships. You know, one thing I love about you is...
Messages From My Hands Product Description There are forces working within and through our bodies that cannot be seen but unquestionably do exist. The distraction, confusion, and disharmony that define much of our existence overshadows these subtle intrinsic powers. If we learn to pay attention, we can hear them. Ms. Egeling believes the means to challenge personal discontent is encrypted in our bodies and suspended in the dynamics of our simple interactions.
She is thrilled to announce that the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has approved her sponsorship for another year! She will continue to donate 40% of her royalties from the sale of Love-abouts directly to the NCMEC/NY. Consider purchasing a signed copy for someone you love, admire or want to thank . . . it truly is a gift that gives twice!
Beth Wiseman is the best-selling author of the Daughters of the Promise series and the Land of Canaan series. Having sold over 1.3 million books, her novels have held spots on the ECPA (Evangelical Christian Publishers Association) Bestseller List and the CBA (Christian Book Association) Bestseller List. She was the recipient of the prestigious Carol Award in 2011 and 2013. She is a three-time winner of the Inspirational Readers Choice Award, and an INSPY Award winner. In 2013 she took home the coveted Holt Medallion. Her first book in the Land of Canaan series--Seek Me With All Your Heart--was selected as the 2011 Women of Faith Book of the Year. Beth is contracted with HarperCollins Christian Publishing into the year 2018, and she has published twelve novels and nine novellas to date.
As a former newspaper reporter, Beth was honored by her peers with eleven journalism awards, including first place news writing for The Texas Press Association. She has been a humor columnist for The 1960 Sun in Houston and published articles in various publications. However, writing novels is where her heart is. She left her job as a journalist in 2008 to write novels fulltime.
Beth has a deep affection for the Amish and their simpler way of life, and while she plans to continue writing Amish love stories, she is also branching out into other areas. Her first non-Amish, contemporary--Need You Now--released in April 2012 and landed on the CBA Bestseller List. She enjoyed writing the story based in a town near where she lives, and she chose another small Texas town for her next non-Amish contemporary--The House that Love Built--which is based in Smithville, the same quaint town where movies such as Hope Floats and Tree of Life were filmed.
What does it mean to love yourself? Why bother?
Self-love is the path to enlightenment and fulfillment, and the missing piece in having your dreams come true. Self-love is a beautiful concept that's easy to talk about, but how does one actually do it?
How do you love yourself in everyday life?
How do you love yourself in relationship with others?
How do you love yourself when you don't feel well?
How do you love yourself when you feel unlovable?
How do you love yourself when you've done terrible things?
What are the consequences of not loving yourself?
Join Mary Beth Shewan and John McCurdy for a discussion of why self-love matters, and practical ways that you can love yourself more in everyday life. Questions are welcome during the show
Welcome author Mary Beth Egeling to the show. She is the Author of Tell Me What You CAN Do.
How often do we use the words "I can't" in our everyday lives as we're called upon to meet a crisis large or small? In Tell Me What You CAN Do, author Mary Beth Egeling provides a clear, step-by step method of managing whatever life throws our way. When we focus our thoughts and energies, emotions and attitudes toward all we CAN do . . . the possibilities turn out to be so much more than we ever imagined!
Mary Beth is a community education instructor, teaching various classes designed to help others get motivated and realize their dream of publishing their first book. She also offers a variety of professional services such as consultation, manuscript review, enrichment and coaching, writing-skills classes and instruction for individuals and/or groups, and personal freelance writing.
Please also check out her past shows on here and her other books:
Love-abouts and Messages From My Hands
To learn more go to: http://mbegeling.com/
Hey everyone, and welcome to another episode of Weekdays with Murph. Today we're super excited to welcome Mary Beth Evans to the show! Most of you probably know her as Kayla Brady from "Days of Our Lives", "Katharine Bell" from General Hospital, or as Sara Garrett on "The Bay". I'm taking the lead today, with Cody as my wingman of course, so let's get started!
This is the LAST Mary Anne Show! After 263 episodes, we are moving on to new chapters. We had a great time living, laughing and enjoying meeting up on the internet every week. As we ride off into our respective Sunsets, we thank you for listening. Psychotherapist Mary Fitzpatrick and Astrologer Anne Ortelee signing off!
The Mary Anne Show is back ~ without the politics! Write and let us know what you want to hear about! We know we want to be more about life ~ living, laughing and enjoying it and less about politics. Join us! A psychotherapist, Mary Fitzpatrick and an astrologer, Anne Ortelee, discuss current events, life, and the significance of relationships from their unique perspectives. Tune in for an informative, witty and fun listen as Mary and Anne, two wicked smart women, observe, advise and share about daily life.
This week Laurie Beth is interviewed about her new book, "The Contessa Chronicles". While this is Laurie's latest book to be released, it is one that she has carried in her heart for many years. It springs from pondering the many scriptures that don’t resonate with modern times and understanding. From questions that are raised and then left unanswered. As a nun once asked in Berkeley, “Is God really just an old man, a young man, and a bird?” Why are women so easily erased and condemned in scripture? Why are the Wisdom passages so overlooked? Why is the Holy Spirit, presented as a feminine noun in Hebrew, so quickly reassigned a new gender in subsequent translations, leading to a male dominated culture in religion that belies common sense, as well as demographics?
Meanwhile, where’s the fun? The joy? The vibrancy that exists in life and yet seems almost non existent in the stories we are told about God?
Ultimately, Laurie Beth has come to believe two major things. One is that the Bible is a Love Story, largely of unrequited love. Two. That Jesus was a family man in the very largest sense. He spoke constantly about the love he had for his father. He called us his brothers and sisters. With his dying breath he asked that his mother be loved and cared for after he was gone. He invited us to come home with him, and feast at the banquet table. He said he would send the Holy Spirit to finish the work he started.
And even in Revelations, “The Spirit and the Bride say ‘Come.’” The very real possibility of a wedding exists, even though Armageddon has gotten a lot more air time.
And so we present to you, The Contessa Chronicles. A new imagining of how it might have been, and maybe even, really is, if we are open to tasting some new wine, and are willing to saddle up our own horses for the ride.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes bestselling author Beth Wiseman to Conversations LIVE to discuss her amazing literary journey and her new book THE PROMISE.
Laurie Beth welcomes to the show David Tuccaro, Jr. a Mikisew Cree First Nation who overcame his fight with Leukemia. His story is recounted in the book, Bad To The Bone, which has hit #17 on Amazon's Best Seller's list within one month of being released. He shares his tumultuous journey of self-discovery through pain, hopelessness and the feeling of inadequacy to inspire others to overcome adversity. It is a story of perseverance and hope that inspires you to have hope when there seems to be none present. David is now living out his passion of teaching others to save lives by registering to become a bone marrow donw. He spends his free time with his family and enjoying music.
For more information about David Tuccaro, Jr., visit: www.davidtuccaro.com.
Laurie Beth Jones serves up a variety of topics each week as she interviews friends like Patsy Clairmont, George Barna, The White House Doctor, and many others. She embraces each person with laughter, poise and grace and encourages the guests on her show to share their hearts, experiences and leadership.
#136: Beth Torina, Head Coach, LSU Softball, visits TCRS to talk about her outlook for the Fall as the Tigers begin to prepare for the 2014/2015 season. LSU will be led this coming season by returners AJ Andrews and Baylee Corbello. Last season LSU finished 38-24 while appearing in the NCAA Regional Round. 2014/2015 will be a special season for the Tigers as LSU will host the 2015 SEC Tournament May 6-9 at Tiger Park. Coach Torina Twitter Tigers Facebook Tigers Twitter Tigers IG.
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