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Man Alive
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Man Alive
by Patrick Morley
With straight talk, personal stories, and powerful testimonies, Patrick Morley will help men leave spiritual mediocrity behind for good.

“Most men want to leave a positive moral and spiritual legacy.  Yet we know that in order to do that, we must be living out our moral and spiritual beliefs in the present. Man Alive shows how to make this desire a reality.  I highly recommend this book to men of all ages.” 
—Gary Chapman, author, The Five Love Languages

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Meet the Author

The author of eighteen books, Patrick Morley, PhD, is best known for writing The Man in the Mirror, which has sold over 3 million copies and was named one of the 100 most influential Christian books of the twentieth century. He teaches a Bible study to 5,000 men and is the founder of Man in the Mirror, a ministry to men. He and his wife have two grown children and live in Winter Park, Florida.'

Visit www.maninthemirror.org for more information.

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One Month to Live
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Everything Romance
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Stop wasting precious time. Start living today as God created you to live—passionate, fully alive, without regrets.

From classic to contemporary gems, Everything Romance is a treasure trove of cherished sentiments and creative ideas to celebrate the beauty and wonder of love.

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The Fourth Fisherman
Available March 13, 2012
Two true stories of being lost intersect at faith—three fishermen stranded at sea and a Hollywood executive adrift in the brokenness of his life—when God provides miraculous outcomes with timely rescues.


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Viral
Available March 13, 2012
The current generation is driven by a God-given desire to know others and to be known by others. Most of them, in seeking to connect in meaningful ways, have found a place of belonging that is outside the organized church. Why not bring the two together?

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