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Made To Crave

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I am making a list of books that I want to read this year. Has anybody ready Made to Crave by Lysa TerKeurst? I was listening to her interview on the radio and thought it sounded good.

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No, but I am very aware of Siggies since I just made my first one and OOOooh! Yours is so pretty!

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Don't know that one, Julie - let me know how you like it - I read all the time and can't get enough of it - I just finished reading George Bush's book - it was sooooo good and so informative - very well written.

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I got the email about it from P31. It sounds really good. And I trust the authors at P31. From my understanding it's more than just about food, but also about our deep need for God. I'm seriously considering getting it. Glad you brought it up.

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Sounds like something I would like too. :)

Thanks, I'll add it to my list.

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I have it on my Kindle! :) Just barely started it, but think it is going to be great! I downloaded a free ebook called Craving God that is like a summary of the book. If I can find the link (I'm sure it was on Amazon), I will post it.

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It's on my list of must reads! Did you know that you can sign up for some free webcasts later this month on her website? Monday nights at 8 EST. :)

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I don't know how I missed this thread ... I also heard Lisa's interview on the Focus on the Family radio and found the interview alone to be very encouraging. I have the book on my "must read" list for sure!!

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I didn't see the free sample .... off to look it up now!!

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This looks really good. I just ordered it for my kindle. I'm also reading Marianne Williamson's A Course in Weight Loss. I think the basic premise is about the same. I've gotten about a third of the way through it, with the assignments and sure enough, it seems to be making a difference. Williamson is a little more generic in her spirituality, not necessarily Christian, but I have not found anything objectionable to my Christian beliefs, just need to mentally translate a few words from time to time.

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Sandi - I saw that book in Meijer's but didn't pick it up to look at it ... was tempted ....

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Haven't heard of it, but I'm on Goodreads. You can look it up there and get an idea of how others like it. They use a 5-star system.

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