It's not easy to become a whole person when you have clumsy feet, bad hair days, and a stature too short to see over the wheel of most American-made cars-but Cid Davidson does her level best. Her stories go out on a limb, but always stay close to your heart. Becoming a Whole Person is a book of daily devotions for everyone: people who have it all together and people who don't, people without a care and people with a limp in their step, people who are missing something in their life and people who found something last night under the sofa. Keep your copy handy and prepare to be entertained as well as challenged by these daily readings. qRead it not only for Cid's humor and her wise words, but also for daily encouragement to see you through the storms in your life. I highly recommend this book.q -Millie Dienert (International Consultant for Christian Women's Clubs and Stonecroft Ministries) qCid is treasured for her wit, mischief, devotion and depth. She writes with a twinkle in her eye and this gleam shines through in each story she tells.q -Wendell G. Johnston (former President of Tyndale College and Executive Vice-President of Dallas Theological Seminary)March 24: A Fungus Among Us Many parts of the United States dona#39;t struggle with mildew; unfortunately, Florida does. ... to look long and hard to find a road side attraction advertising both aSwim With the Dolphinsa and aMeet Some Mildewa).
|Title||:||Becoming a Whole Person|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2004-07|