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  • Your Sorrow Is My Sorrowby Joyce Rupp

    The Crossroad Publishing Company 1999; US$ 12.95

    With the exquisite prose and poetry that has always graced her writing, Joyce Rupp mines the multiple meanings of important images in the Bible, in order to get us through our own rough moments. Included are: the prophecy of Simeon, the flight into Egypt, Jesus lost in the temple, Mary seeing Jesus carrying the cross, Mary at the foot of the cross,... more...

  • Dear Heart, Come Homeby Joyce Rupp

    The Crossroad Publishing Company 1996; US$ 12.95

    Joyce Rupp shares her own midlife journey—its ups and downs—with such honesty and insight that you will surely identify with and benefit from the discoveries she has made along the way. Among them we can find wisdom in the wounds we've carried from birth onward, and these wounds can heal; past regrets must be let go lest they cling to us and drain... more...

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