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Mary E. DeMuth

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Mary E. DeMuth loves to help readers turn their trials into triumphs. Her books include Ordinary Mom, Extraordinary God (Harvest House, 2005), Building the Christian Family You Never Had (WaterBrook, 2006), Watching the Tree Limbs, Wishing on Dandelions (NavPress, 2006), and Authentic Parenting in a Postmodern Culture (Harvest House 2007). A mother of three, Mary lives with her husband Patrick and their three children in Texas. She’ll have three novels and one memoir releasing through Harper Collins in the next two years. Look for Daisy Chain in December 2008 and Thin Places summer of 2009. You can learn more at www.marydemuth.com


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“A broken person understands she needs rescue, and she depends on God to resurrect and deliver. And she also understands that even if God chooses not to deliver, His ways are higher and more amazing then what we can fathom.”
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“We cannot let the haters of this world define us. Or frighten us into no longer being ourselves.”
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“We grow when the walls press in. We grow when life steals our control. We grow in darkness.”
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“Why must we cling to those who walk away instead of granting freedom? We must give the same liberty God gives to prodigals-an ability to let them go-or we'll be perennially bound to others for our happiness and effective service.”
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message 5: by Tom

Tom Blubaugh Hi Mary,

Thanks for joining my circle of friends.

Blessings,

Tom


message 4: by Kate

Kate Scott Thanks for friending me, Mary! Thrilled to see you're on Goodreads!


message 3: by Pedro

Pedro Okoro I am honored to be your friend! I pray that the next year will be one of Open doors, new opportunities and fresh possibilities. May the Lord enlarge your borders on every side! With every blessing.


message 2: by Mary

Mary Thanks so much, Shalonda. I pray you have an amazing year too.


Shalonda Williams Thanks for agreeing to be my friend. I pray that your new year is starting off in such an awesome way. Many blessing and much favor! Peace


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