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ISBN: 978-0-9851274-3-5

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378 pages
$15.97 in softcover
$5.97 in ebook


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Also by Janet K. Brown

  



Divine Dining

by Janet K. Brown

365 Devotions to Guide You
to Healthier Weight & Abundant Wellness

      Janet K. Brown lost ninety-five pounds and has stayed trim for 17 years. While struggling with compulsive eating and depression she found her library incomplete when she searched for a book that combined a twelve-step approach with biblical support. Janet says the biggest secret to success is giving up your will and letting God do it through you. Her daily lessons are invaluable in helping anyone struggling with weight to find the strength and motivation to reach abundant health.


What can you expect in Divine Dining?

      Strong will power fuels compulsive overeating and causes weight gain.

      We pray for God to help, to stop the cravings, to take away the desire to overeat. Nothing lasts. We rise from our knees to try another diet, to do it ourselves. Our will power to succeed remains for days or months, but then we regain the weight, plus some. Nothing works until we give up trying and tell God that if He doesn't heal us, we're doomed.

      This book of devotions teaches principles from the author's weight loss journey, combining a twelve-step approach with drawing closer to Christ and allowing Him to take His rightful place in your life. It's a life-saving and hope-giving toolbox.


Here's a BlogTalkRadio interview of Janet by Literally Speaking!

Praise for Divine Dining


I love this book by Janet Brown. As I read the book, there are so many times I've said . . . I'm not alone!! Thank you for writing such an amazing devotional that talks about your struggles but also about your faith. I'm thankful I'm not alone in my journey to be a better me!!
      ~ Rodney Brumbelow


For those of us that struggle with compulsive eating, this book is a reflection of our thoughts, situations, and struggles. But also with a soul soothing promise of help, understanding, and in the end wisdom. I would definitely recommend this book!
      ~ Julia


I received my copy of Janet K. Brown's new publication Divine Dining just yesterday. It's written as a book of daily devotions designed to help those of us who struggle with weight issues. I've read the devotions up to the current date and have had to force myself not to read ahead.
      Janet successfully lost 95 pounds over seventeen years ago following a struggle with herself, God, and life in general. Food controlled her. I know that feeling. She not only shares relevant scripture and a prayer each day she also shares real-life examples of her conquest. One entry discusses how she worked so very hard for her church and didn't receive the recognition others who did less received. I've been in that exact position.
      Divine Dining is faith based and is used along with the 12 step program of Overeaters Anonymous. I believe readers who don't have a strong relationship with the Lord will find themselves drawn closer in large steps or tiny increments. I also believe non-believers could benefit from the human struggle and frailty shared in Janet's personal anecdotes. I highly recommend Divine Dining to anyone who is overweight, obese, or controlled by food issues.
      ~ Winona Bennett Cross


I have just started reading this daily but it seems to have the verse I need each day so far. I have read another book by this author and enjoyed it very much too.
      ~ Margaret Tressler


These aren't just words—the author lived it. The support, encouragement and Godly wisdom needed to finally win the battle! I can't wait to finish it.
      ~ Lillian K. Duncan

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Janet K. Brown lives in Wichita Falls, Texas, with her husband, Charles. Though she has written most of her adult life, she now writes as a second career and as a ministry. Divine Dining is her second book. It encompasses her passion for diet, fitness, and God's Word.
      Janet released her debut novel, an inspirational young adult story, Victoria and the Ghost, in July, 2012. Her stories and articles have appeared in such publications as Brio, Live, Standard, The Gem, and Cross and Quill. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Oklahoma Writers Federation Inc., Christian Writers Fellowship International and Romance Writers of America.
      Janet and her husband love to travel with their RV, visit their three daughters, two sons-in-law and three perfect grandchildren, and work in their church. She loves to hear from readers.

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