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Hippo in the Garden: A Non-Religious Approach to Having a Conversation with God

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Through the author's humorous personal anecdotes and references to the Old and New Testament Scriptures, you'll discover that every circumstance of life becomes an opportunity to converse with God.
Paperback, 293 pages
Published June 1st 1993 by Charisma House
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Placed in an orphanage at the age of six, and sentenced to the Texas State Penitentiary at the age of nineteen, James Ryle’s life is a powerful and uplifting story of how God’s grace can work all things together for good.

His ability to connect with people of all ages, combined with a keen sense of humor and sensitivity to the moment, make James one of the most engaging speakers in today’s world. H
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