A House of Many Blessings

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Vine Books, 1993 - Religion - 247 pages
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Make your house a haven. Your home can provide comfort, healing, friendship, rest and encouragement to all who enter it. And best of all, being hospitable doesn't require loads of time and money. Quin Sherrer and Laura Watson give you an idea of just how valuable down-home Christian hospitality can be. They'll show you how to create a home where others can find rest. In this creative guide, you'll learn how to find mentors who can teach you how to create a safe haven and mentor others who need your help. You'll find out how to pool your ideas and resources with others to achieve amazing results. See how easy it can be to decorate your house on a tight budget and still make your guests feel welcome and comfortable. Finally, you'll feel at ease when hosting a Bible study or prayer group with the help of tips from the authors. - Jacket.

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QUIN SHERRER is a bestselling co-author of A Woman's Guide to Spiritual Warfare and many other books. Quin in a national conference speaker who lives with her husband, LeRoy, in Colorado. They have three adult children and five grandchildren.

As a freelance illustrator working in Toronto, Laura Watson has been creating whimsical illustrations for children s books, educational materials, magazines, and various retail applications since graduating from Sheridan College s Interpretive Illustration program, in Oakville, Ontario, in 1995. Born and raised in the heart of the scenic Kawartha Lakes region in Peterborough, Ontario, Laura also studied Fine Art at York University and graduated with an Honors degree in Visual Arts. In the past few years, Laura has enjoyed illustrating several trade children s books and countless school publications for subjects as diverse as poetry and math. Laura lives in the east end of Toronto with her husband and five-year-old daughter, and works in a converted backyard garage studio surrounded by a slightly unkempt garden. She enjoys the outdoors, runs often, and spends as much time as possible at the beach hunting for sea glass.

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