Person to Person

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9780816336562

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Person to Person will help you win the battle of relationships and reach out and love someone. Upbeat, positive, and challenging, this book explains why it’s time to change the rules of convention and follow some of the great advice given in this book. 

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This book is part of the Pacific Press Heritage Project, a plan to re-publish classic books from our historical archives and to make valuable books available once more. The content of this book is presented as it was originally published and should be read with its original publication date in mind.

This book may just change your people problems! As author Len D. McMillan says, “Determine not to expect the negative, but instead claim the positive.” 

Len McMillan has a PhD in psychology and has subjected it to years of marriage counseling and temperament seminars and mellowed it with the nitty-gritty of youth work. It is the sort of necessary input that, when combined with to-the-point anecdotes and sound biblical advice, makes for a must-read book. 

Person to Person will help you win the battle of relationships and reach out and love someone. Upbeat, positive, and challenging, this book explains why it’s time to change the rules of convention and follow some of the great advice given in this book. 

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Item Format Paperback
Publisher Pacific Press Publishing Association
Weight (lbs) 0.250000
Page Count 74
Language English
Year Published 2014
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