Does God Feel Your Pain?: Finding Answers When Life Hurts

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In Dallas many can recall the ever faithful Daughters of Charity caring for family members hospitalized at St. Identifying with just a few of these signs might just be a sign that you’re tired. God’s government is more like the military. Strong pastor/leaders must come to grips with the difference between consensus building and the creation of buy-in. All are welcome, but please call Pat MacDonald so that she can order course materials, at 203-469-3863.

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Publisher: Harvest House Publishers (April 1, 2009)

ISBN: 0736924760

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