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Helping Children Feel at Home in Church epub

by Margie Morris


Helping Children Feel at Home in Church epub

ISBN: 088177054X

ISBN13: 978-0881770544

Author: Margie Morris

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Language: English

Publisher: Discipleship Resources (March 1, 1988)

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Release Date: March 1988. Publisher: Upper Room Books.

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Margie Ferris-Morris, a native of Ithaca, New York, holds a . Ferris-Morris has recently turned her attention to some of the root causes of. .Ferris-Morris lives with her husband in Falls Church, Virginia and has three children. in Nutrition Sciences. She has her own firm (Ferris-Morris Associates, LL. and is a free-lance consultant in the areas of conflict mitigation, food security, maternal and child health, and hunger and nutrition with over 25 years of international development and relief experience, of which seven years were spent living in developing countries. Ferris-Morris has recently turned her attention to some of the root causes of hunger and malnutrition, particularly in conflict settings.

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