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Josephine and the Quarantine

How often do you wish you could cuddle with God? Part of the tragedy of Eden is felt in that vacuum that happens when we are lonely or isolated and there's that chasm of the senses between us and God.

Josephine gets it, just as so many children do. A quarantine strikes and all she wants is a puppy to snuggle, but mom doesn't need the extra work. This fall, find out how God meets her need (and moms!) and alights her world with the grace of his gentle whisper. Email me to reserve your copy.

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