I'll Bring the Chocolate: Satisfying a Woman's Craving for Friendship and Faith

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, Oct 2, 2007 - Religion - 208 pages
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For every woman who knows a little chocolate is good for the soul.

Stimulating. Satisfying. Tantilizing. Delicious. Chocolate is that sweet “something extra” that infuses anything ordinary with delectable flavor and zest. In the same way, loving friendships can sweeten a woman’s life and make almost any situation — good or bad — taste even better. Blending true stories and several original choclate recipes with rich biblical examples, Karen Porter explores eight ways that friends can help one another enjoy life — and point each other to the God who made every good and perfect gift — especially chocolate!

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very fun , inspirational and motivating

User Review  - hubba - Christianbook.com

This book was excellent! Im not a person who likes a long book this one was short to the point yet loaded with info! I learned alot and how to apply it! Totally recomend it if you want to learn how to be a better friend! When I picked up the book to read it I could not put it down! Read full review

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User Review  - Susy Flory - Christianbook.com

Have you ever let your ambition, your busyness, and your quest to reach your goals gradually fill up your life and not leave room for friends, faith, fun, and laughter? I'll Bring the Chocolate ... Read full review

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ChocolateKiss Encouragement
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Warm ChocolateChipCookie Sharing
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About the author (2007)

Karen Porter is vice-president of international marketing at a major food company in Texas and an adjunct professor at the Texas Bible Institute. A national seminar speaker to groups such as MOPS, Porter is the author and co-author of several books and has written for numerous magazines such as Focus on the Family and Discipleship Journal. A graduate of Texas A&M, Porter has completed training courses with Dun and Bradstreet and Rice University’s Jones School of Management. Porter and her husband, George, have four children and five grandchildren.

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