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In order to grow strong, a tree needs to burrow deep into the life-giving earth. When a tree takes root, burrowing deep into the soil, it’s not long before the action is mirrored above ground. New branches shoot out. Green, healthy leaves appear. Even the trunk grows sturdier, more storm-resistant. Because of the roots, the tree becomes firm and fruitful. And so it is with you. The deeper you root your life in Christ, the stronger you’ll become. This first book in the new 2:7 SERIES is designed to help you build a strong foundation for your Christian life through enriching Bible study, Scripture memory, and group interaction. With its biblical and practical approach to discipleship, this workbook will yield long-term, life-changing results, such as: •A closer relationship with God •A keener sense of priorities •Renewed concern for nonChristian friends •A growing camaraderie within your study group The New 2:7 Series Book One: Growing Strong in God’s Family Book Two: Deepening Your Roots in God’s Family Book Three: Bearing Fruit in God’s Family

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Cutting herself doesn't make Ruth's problems disappear, but at least it helps her cope. She needs to find some way to heal her scars--the ones she hides and the ones she can't--before something terrible happens.

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In this fictional story, Ruth Wallace uses cutting herself as a way to deal with the trauma of a dysfunctional family. As she attempts to stop cutting, her family life deteriorates further to the point that Ruth isn't sure she'll ever be able to stop.

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Cutting herself doesn't make Ruth's problems disappear, but at least it helps her cope. She needs to find some way to heal her scars--the ones she hides and the ones she can't--before something terrible happens.

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Whether you're a new Christian or wanting to strengthen your faith, discover essentials to Christian living through Bible study and Scripture memory.

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With its biblical and practical approach to discipleship, this bestselling topical Bible study will help you develop a closer relationship with God, a keener sense of priorities, and a renewed concern for nonChristian friends.

Part of the Revised 2:7 series.

• Personal study between meetings

• 11 sessions

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This is just my way of dealing with the pain. Ruth Wallace knows she can only hide the scars on her arms for so long. Who wears long sleeves all summer long? Cutting herself doesn't make Ruth's problems disappear, but at least it helps her cope. Her dad is a nightmare, her mother seems lost in a medicated dreamland, and her brother Caleb can't handle their family life any more than she can. Abby, one of Ruth's good friends, is getting suspicious. Fortunately, Glen Collins hasn't noticed yet. But then again, he's a new student and probably doesn't want to sound mean. Ruth needs to find someway, any way, to heal her scars-the ones she hides and the ones she can't-before something terrible happens.

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Self-Injury is a hard topic to write on. And Melody Carlson has wrote about it in this book with shear perfection. This book truly goes into the mind of a cutter. And it truly shows the emotions and feeling behind this illness. I can relate to it very well, since I, myself have struggled with it. By far my favorite book ever written on this topic. A must have for anyone who struggles with or knows someone who struggles with self-injury.
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ISBN:
9781576835357
Subtitle:
Color Me Scarred
Author:
Carlson, Melody
Publisher:
Think
Subject:
Religious - General
Subject:
Schools
Subject:
High schools
Subject:
Children's 12-Up - Fiction - Religious
Subject:
Christian - General
Subject:
General-General
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Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
TrueColors
Series Volume:
07
Publication Date:
20051015
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
208
Dimensions:
8.25 x 5.5 in
Age Level:
13-17

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"Synopsis" by ,
Cutting herself doesn't make Ruth's problems disappear, but at least it helps her cope. She needs to find some way to heal her scars--the ones she hides and the ones she can't--before something terrible happens.
"Synopsis" by , In this fictional story, Ruth Wallace uses cutting herself as a way to deal with the trauma of a dysfunctional family. As she attempts to stop cutting, her family life deteriorates further to the point that Ruth isn't sure she'll ever be able to stop.
"Synopsis" by ,
Cutting herself doesn't make Ruth's problems disappear, but at least it helps her cope. She needs to find some way to heal her scars--the ones she hides and the ones she can't--before something terrible happens.
"Synopsis" by ,
Whether you're a new Christian or wanting to strengthen your faith, discover essentials to Christian living through Bible study and Scripture memory.
"Synopsis" by ,
With its biblical and practical approach to discipleship, this bestselling topical Bible study will help you develop a closer relationship with God, a keener sense of priorities, and a renewed concern for nonChristian friends.

Part of the Revised 2:7 series.

• Personal study between meetings

• 11 sessions

"Synopsis" by ,
This is just my way of dealing with the pain. Ruth Wallace knows she can only hide the scars on her arms for so long. Who wears long sleeves all summer long? Cutting herself doesn't make Ruth's problems disappear, but at least it helps her cope. Her dad is a nightmare, her mother seems lost in a medicated dreamland, and her brother Caleb can't handle their family life any more than she can. Abby, one of Ruth's good friends, is getting suspicious. Fortunately, Glen Collins hasn't noticed yet. But then again, he's a new student and probably doesn't want to sound mean. Ruth needs to find someway, any way, to heal her scars-the ones she hides and the ones she can't-before something terrible happens.
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