Tired of Being Sick and Tired Michael Berglund, DC Paperback, 256 pp., $14.99 Siloam (October 4, 2011)
So many people wonder why they constantly deal with a lack of energy. The answer could be a low-functioning thyroid—even when blood tests say otherwise. In Tired of Being Sick and Tired, Dr. Michael Berglund addresses the surprising hidden reasons why you, like so many other people, may be struggling to overcome exhaustion, depression, and weight gain.
Finding Hope for the Journey Through Breast Cancer Yvonne Ortega Paperback, 159 pp., $12.99 Revell (September 1, 2010)
Breast cancer affects everyone it touches, whether firsthand or through the life of a loved one. Counselor Yvonne Ortega shares with readers her personal triumphs and setbacks with humor and refreshing candor, always reminding us of God’s desire to meet us exactly where we are. Sixty devotions are divided into sections—diagnosis, surgery, treatment, and recovery—each incorporating Scripture into daily life. Ortega offers encouragement that can come only from one who has been there herself.
The Amazing Fitness Adventure for Your Kids Phil and Amy Parham Paperback, 240 pp., $12.99 Harvest House Publishers (September 1, 2011)
Childhood obesity and diabetes are on the rise. Many kids would rather play video games than run around a playground or in their backyard. Yet they can’t engage fully in life when their physical well-being is less than what God intended. Using principles and practices they’ve used successfully in their own family, Phil and Amy Parham equip parents with the tools they need not only how to raise fit kids and reap the rewards that come from sharing a healthy lifestyle together—stronger and healthier kids and more closely knit families.
My Father My Son Bruce Brodowski Paperback, 250 pp., $14.99 Carolinas Ecumenical Healing Ministries (October 2010)
Your heart is talking. Are you listening? For anyone who has ever felt unloved or abandoned, comes a book about a God who wants to break through the lies of our Orphan Hearts to speak words of healing and comfort. With raw honesty from his own orphan experience, the author offers advice and engaging techniques for counselors, pastors, lay leaders and friends and family members trying to help others find hope. My Father My Son is a touching, gently straightforward book that will impact and inspire its readers to find healing and fulfillment.