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Come and See (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Ken Medema and Joyce Norman
This autobiography with writer Joyce Norman tells the story of an accomplished blind pianist who has performed for thousands. His Christian witness is clearly seen through his concert performances.
Read by: Martha Arney
Approximate time: 3 hours 10 minutes
Subject category: Biography and Autobiography
Catalog number: 34

Come Fill the Cup (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Lee Bryant
Although reading like a novel, Come Fill the Cup is a true life account of one woman's journey from a world of alcohol intoxication and darkness to the light of life in Christ Jesus.
Read by: Martha Arney
Approximate time: 6 hours 42 minutes
Subject category: Biography and Autobiography
Catalog number: 35

The Comeback (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Jay Robinson and Jim Hardiman
He was born in New York City, son of a dancer and a director of the Van Heusen Shirt Co. He became interested in acting after discovering a scrapbook of his mother's dance career.
Read by: Martha Arney
Approximate time: 8 hours 6 minutes
Subject category: Biography and Autobiography
Catalog number: 36

Comfort for Those Who Mourn (Braille Pamphlet)

By: Chuck Smith
Based on the Biblical account of David's grief at the death of Jonathan and Saul, this pamphlet describes a healthy way to grieve the loss of a loved one.
Subject category: Comfort
Catalog number: 198

Comfort for Those Who Mourn (Audio DAISY Pamphlet)

By: Chuck Smith
Based on the Biblical account of David's grief at the death of Jonathan and Saul, this pamphlet describes a healthy way to grieve the loss of a loved one.
Read by: Kelly Wickham
Approximate time: 42 minutes
Subject category: Comfort
Catalog number: 198

Coming Back (Audio DAISY Book)

By: James Johnson
This physical/spiritual true adventure begins with a choice - a brief life as a cripple, or the circumstances of a radical, quadruple open heart by-pass. This accounting is intended to offer evidence that 'death has no sting.' What is told here may encourage some soul caught in the bewilderment of life's values to know that all things are in His hands.
Read by: Wayne Pederson
Approximate time: 2 hours 54 minutes
Subject categories: Biography and Autobiography, Comfort
Catalog number: 37

The Compassionate Touch (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Douglas Wead
A prostitute, a drug addict, a beggar, a hopelessly deformed child, a leper--all wallow in the wretchedness of life on the streets of Calcutta. They represent the drama of human misery enacted in this hell-hole of the world. But they are the lucky ones. Into their lives comes an angel of mercy in the form of Mark Buntain. He offers them medical attention, food, clothing, a home, encouragement and, best of all, the love and forgiveness of God.
Read by: Martha Arney
Approximate time: 5 hours 15 minutes
Subject categories: Biography and Autobiography, Missions and Missionaries
Catalog number: 130

The Compulsive Woman (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Sandra Simpson LeSourd
This book presents bad and good news. The bad news is that you may recognize yourself or someone dear to you in the pages of this book. The good news is that there is hope when facing addiction. This book links compulsiveness with addiction and works from the premise that people with various addictions share the characteristics of addiction itself. This means that no matter the addiction, overcoming is possible, even attainable.
Read by: Martha Arney
Approximate time: 9 hours 12 minutes
Subject categories: Biography and Autobiography, Christian Growth, Comfort, Suffering and Persecution
Catalog number: 145

Confessions of an Arms Peddler (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Don R. Grand Pre
This is the true story of one man's lust for power, success and fulfillment and the ultimate choice he had to make. Will he ultimately choose God or money?
Read by: Martha Arney
Approximate time: 7 hours 27 minutes
Subject categories: Biography and Autobiography, money
Catalog number: 131

Coping with Criticism (Audio DAISY Book)

By: Jamie Buckingham
This is a timeless and invaluable book for anyone in leadership. With the usual Buckingham charm and self-deprecating humor, the author lays out the thesis of his book: All criticism is valuable, even if it is wrong and mean-spirited. Then the author backs up his thesis with charming and sometimes painfully real anecdotes that make you laugh, cry, or at the very least, identify.
Read by: Martha Arney
Approximate time: 4 hours 27 minutes
Subject categories: Christian Living, Humour
Catalog number: 132

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