The List by Marian Jordan

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Every girl has her version of “The List,” a handful of goals she wants to achieve (school, travel, career, marriage, children, etc.) by a certain age. But if those dreams don’t come true according to schedule—or they do but don’t meet expectations—what then?

Marian Jordan (Wilderness Skills for Women) says there’s a better list to live by, a God-honoring, in-the-moment set of priorities that makes every season of life beautiful however long it may last. The biblical aspirations she prescribes and enthusiastically elaborates on are to Shine, Hope, Pursue Beauty, Seek First, and Dance. If a girl can embrace this list above all else, she may find herself already in the midst of her happily ever after.

About Marian Jordan

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Marian Jordan is founder of Redeemed Girl Ministries, showing girls of all ages how to apply God’s truth and promises to their unique circumstances. She speaks to students across the nation, lives in Houston, and holds her master’s degree from Southwestern Seminary.
Published September 1, 2009 by B&H Publishing Group. 176 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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“Cleopatra,” Stacy Schiff’s biography of the Ptolemaic tabloid queen, joins a hardcover nonfiction list full of celebrity memoirs.

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Jordan, a k a Katie Price, is a former topless model whose third memoir is the No. 1 nonfiction book in Britain.

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The book is divided into continents then countries, the list of great eating places – recommended by internationally renowned chefs – with where, how to find, prices etc included as well as short summaries.

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