Karen Shedd was away at college and had recently become engaged. Looking forward to a long and happy union, she wrote to her father for advice. Dr. Shedd, a popular minister and father of five, began writing Karen a series of letters on keeping love in marriage. They were eventually published in a collection that soon became one of the most widely quoted and bestselling books of our time.
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Dr. Charlie W. Shedd was a master communicator of homespun wisdom. He spent a lifetime making God's grandest truth available to even the simplest of folks. Dr. Shedd served as a Presbyterian minister for over 50 years. Charlie Shedd came to personify the best ideals of Christian counseling.Review:
"Letters that any father would like to have written and any daughter would wish to have received." ---Houston Post
"Warm, tender, earnest . . . more than the insights of an expert." - --Christian Home
"Warm, tender, earnest . . . more than the insights of an expert." ---Christian Home
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Book Description Lutterworth Press, London, 1968. Cloth. Book Condition: Very Good. 0718813804 8vo - over 7ï¿½" - 9ï¿½" tall 141pp. Unmarked text. Some fading to spine, and minor stains to back cover. *. Bookseller Inventory # GS3140