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Beyond Me

Here is a great book for your personal reading pleasure or for your small group or Sunday School class. Kathi Macias‘ book, Beyond Me, keys on part of the gospel’s impact on humanity; a movement past a focus on self to a focus on others.

Kathi writes well, she is engaging, well researched and provocative.
Kathi also attends our church (Yeah) further solidifying our claim to the best kept secret in the Inland Empire.

Kathi has written 22 books and helped with a myriad of other books.  She is the author of “The Train of Thought Writing Method” which is a book for beginning writers.

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