Close Friendships: Making Them, Keeping Them

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F.H. Revell, Sep 1, 1989 - Family & Relationships - 187 pages
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Bestselling author Neva Coyle is also a gifted motivational speaker and teacher, frequently invited to speak at retreats, women's groups, and churches. Her speaking ministry and teaching seminars are greatly enhanced by the availability of her book and tapes.

As Founder and Director of Overeaters Victorious and President of Neva Coyle Ministries, Neva introduced revolutionary concepts about dieting and weight maintenance from her early and ongoing research. For over fifteen years, groups across the country and around the world have gathered together to study and apply the powerful principles outlined in her bestseller "Free" "to Be Thin," which she co-authored with Marie Chapian. The book has sold over one million copies, and received the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association's Platinum Book Award. A new, updated edition is entitled "The All-New Free To Be Thin "and includes current dietary and weight-management information.

At the same time, Neva is also a popular fiction writer and her latest books in the SUMMERWIND SERIES are an example of her diverse writing ability.

Also well received, have been Neva's DEVOTIONAL DAYBOOKS, with four in a continuing series: "Learning To Know God; Making Sense of Pain and Struggle; Meeting the Challenges of Change; "and "A New Heart, a New Start." These books, presented in attractive yet simple format, meet women when they are with down-to-earth readings, scripture, and heart-searching questions.

A graduate of Valley Christian University and Berean School of the Bible, Neva is educated in biblical studies and Christian counseling, and is a credentialed minister with the Assemblies of God. Neva and her husband are the parentsfour children and they make their home in Southern California.

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