Guideposts One-Minute Daily Devotionals
Even one minute with God daily can renew your heart and spirit. Every devotional entry will encourage and bless you. Since it’s undated, so you can start at any point in the year.
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Mornings with Jesus – 2019
In Mornings with Jesus 2019, every day you will read a new devotion that encourages you to lay down your worries and walk with Jesus, your Redeemer, and Friend. Just a few minutes daily with strengthen your relationship with Him.
Every Day with Jesus – 2018
In these 365 encouraging devotions, Jesus’ words come to life. From faith-restoring prayers to personal stories to inspiring quotes, this book will be your go-to source for daily hope. I hope you’ll enjoy the 15 devotions I wrote!
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Chicken Soup for the Soul – My Kind of America – 2017
More than ever, Americans are refocusing on what we are known for: kindness, tolerance and compassion. This is a book about people — one at a time — doing what we do best. This is a book about hope and the true American spirit. My story, An Immigrant’s Daughter, focuses on my mother’s pursuit of citizenship in a land she loved fiercely. I think you’ll love these stories!
Chicken Soup for the Soul – Random Acts of Kindness -2017
Small gestures can make a big difference in someone’s life. My story, Why Stop?, follows one of the most important periods of my life, the month I spent performing one random act of kindness daily. This book will brighten your perspective and — who knows? — maybe inspire you to take part in a random act of your own!
Chicken Soup for the Soul – My Very Good, Very Bad Cat -2016
Cats can be so good, and then they can be not-so-good. They can be silly and sophisticated, impish and affectionate, but they are important members of our families. My story, Hero in the Making, tells the tale of our cat Johnny as he chased a stray pit bull from our house. I know you’ll love this compilation of stories!
Chicken Soup for the Soul – Dreams and Premonitions – 2015
Sometimes we have no logical reason for knowing something—but still we know it. Dreams and premonitions are often the way our intuition or our faith in the beyond manifest. My story, Dream Date, shares the vision I was given of my son-in-law, long before I ever met him.
Chicken Soup for the Soul – Thanks to my Mom – 2015
This collection of stories about mothers shares the encouragement, support and love we receive from them and gives them the ample praise they deserve. My story, A Bowl of Soup, reflects on the love my mother showered on me during a difficult time in my life. This book would make a great Mother’s day gift!
Chicken Soup for the Soul – Touched by an Angel – 2014
These stories about faith, divine intervention, and answered prayer include tales of angels and the many ways they touch our lives. This book was featured in a January 2015 episode of The Dr. Oz Show focused on healing. To see a clip on contributor Natasha Stoynoff’s interview, click here. My story of divine intervention, “Snow Angel” (page 251) documents our travels through a blizzard and the inexplicable help we received.
Chicken Soup for the Soul – The Cat Did What? – 2014
This book, full of cat stories both zany and sweet, will charm you and make you smile. My piece, The Taste of Victory, on page 106, tells the tale of two orphaned kittens we took in.
Chicken Soup for the Soul – Angels Among Us – 2013
In this book of 101 inspirational stories, contributors share their personal angel experiences of faith, miracles, and answered prayers, which will amaze and inspire you. Star Struck, a story ghost-written for Nancy Zeider, is on page 44.
Chicken Soup for the Soul – I Can’t Believe My Dog Did That! – 2012
Our dogs make us smile every day, don’t they? This light-hearted book will make you laugh, and touch your heart. My story, about a wayward mutt turned hero, unfolds in Following Moses, on page 300.
Chicken Soup for the Soul – Finding my Faith – 2012
Everybody’s “faith story” is different. This book, full of inspiring stories about the varied ways people discover, or rediscover, their faith — whether it’s Christian or Jewish, will touch your heart and soul. My story, Sea Treasures (page 200), documents the walk my husband and I made as we faced a life-threatening condition. Of all the books I’ve contributed to, this one holds a special place in my heart.