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I'll Bring the Chocolate: Satisfying a Woman's Craving for Friendship and Faithby Karen Porter
Synopses & Reviews
Karen Porter's I'll Bring the Chocolate is a basketful of goodies: humor, insight, prayer, recipes, great quotations, and inspiration to encourage women in their faith and friendships.
--KAREN O'CONNOR, speaker and author of Gettin' Old Ain't For Wimps and The Beauty of Aging
Every woman can and will discover a sweet spot of relational satisfaction in the pages of I'll Bring the Chocolate. Karen Porter nourishes the friendship soul with great writing and the 'Give me
more chocolate ' soul with drop-dead delicious recipes.
--JULIE BARNHILL, International Speaker and author of bestselling She's Gonna Blow
What's better than a box of chocolates? A pan of brownies? A chocolate milkshake? Eating them while savoring I'll Bring the Chocolate Karen Porter has given new meaning to the word 'YUM'
This delectable guide to friendship, filled with true stories, biblical examples, and original chocolate recipes, teaches women how to sweeten life for each other through love, advice, assistance, comfort, encouragement, and faith.
For every woman who knows a little chocolate is good for the soul.
Stimulating. Satisfying. Tantilizing. Delicious. Chocolate is that sweet “something extra” that infuses anything ordinary with delectable flavor and zest. In the same way, loving friendships can sweeten a woman’s life and make almost any situation — good or bad — taste even better. Blending true stories and several original choclate recipes with rich biblical examples, Karen Porter explores eight ways that friends can help one another enjoy life — and point each other to the God who made every good and perfect gift — especially chocolate!
About the Author
\Karen Porter is vice-president of international marketing at a major food company in Texas and an adjunct professor at the Texas Bible Institute. A national seminar speaker to groups such as MOPS, Porter is the author and co-author of several books and has written for numerous magazines such as Focus on the Family and Discipleship Journal. A graduate of Texas A&M, Porter has completed training courses with Dun and Bradstreet and Rice University’s Jones School of Management. Porter and her husband, George, have four children and five grandchildren.
Table of Contents
Chocolate-covered lifesavers — Chocolate-frosted yellow layer cake faith — Chocolate-kiss encouragement — Warm chocolate-chip-cookie sharing — A Godiva kind of forgiveness — Chocolate-cream pie with loyalty meringue — Chocolate-fountain joy — Freedom is like a box of chocolates — Hot chocolate around the home fire.
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