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The Prism Weight Loss Program
The Prism Weight Loss Program
The PRISM(tm) Weight Loss Program, founded in 1990, has helped more than 60,000 people transform their eating behaviors with a sensible, lifestyle-change approach. That approach is now available in The Prism Weight Loss Program, by bestselling author Karen Kingsbury and Prism cofounder Toni Vogt. The book shows readers how to not just tame the monster of food addiction, but destroy it through simple eating strategies and biblical principles. It includes testimonials, descriptions of the authors' personal struggles with food addiction and their ultimate success, details of the program, and a recipe section that will help readers become the people God created them to be.

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Charles Laughton
Charles Laughton
French postcard by Editions P.I., Paris, no. 294. Photo: Universal International. Portly, versatile British-American stage and film actor Charles Laughton (1899 – 1962) was often type-cast for arrogant, unscrupulous characters. He was one of the most popular actors of the 1930’s and 1940’s, and gave some of his greatest performances as Nero, Henry VIII, Mr. Barrett, Inspector Javert, Captain Bligh, Rembrandt, and Quasimodo. Laughton was also a screenwriter, producer and one-time director. Charles Laughton was born to a wealthy hotel owning family in Scarborough, England, in 1899. He was the son of Robert Laughton and his wife Elizabeth Conlon, who was a devout Roman Catholic. They ran the Victoria Hotel, a well-known retreat for the middle class. The eldest of three brothers, Laughton and his siblings thrived in the spacious hotel, always finding new places to play. He attended Stonyhurst College, a Jesuit school, in Lancashire, England. Laughton was assigned the roll of a portly innkeeper in the school’s production of The Private Secretary. Even thought the role was a minor one, he loved the opportunity to let out his artistic flair. In 1917, just 18 he was sent onto the battlefields of Europe. He joined the war at its conclusion, but none the less suffered not only a gas attack but also some deep mental scars. He started work in the family hotel business, while participating in amateur theatricals in Scarborough. Finally he was allowed by his family to become a drama student at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in 1925, and he received the gold medal. Laughton made his stage debut in 1926 at the Barnes Theatre, as Osip in Gogol's comedy The Government Inspector, in which he also appeared at the London Gaiety Theatre in May. In the following years he appeared in many West End plays. Overweight and not the best looking of men, many of the leading roles were not available to him. Despite this he impressed audiences with his talent and played classical roles in two plays by Chekhov, The Cherry Orchard and The Three Sisters. One of his earliest stage successes was as Hercule Poirot in Alibi (1928), a stage adaptation of The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. In fact he was the first actor to portray Agatha Christie's Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. That same year Laughton also played the lead role of Harry Hegan in the world premiere of Sean O'Casey's The Silver Tassie in London, and he played the title role in Arnold Bennett's Mr Prohack. Elsa Lanchester was also in the cast. Coming from a bohemian background, Lanchester was lively and strong willed. She fell for the reserved and sensitive Laughton and despite his suppressed feelings of homosexuality the two began a courtship. In 1929 they married. He went on to play the title role in Mr Pickwick after Charles Dickens, and Tony Perelli in Edgar Wallace's On the Spot. Another success was his role as William Marble in Payment Deferred. He took this last play across the Atlantic and in it he made his American debut in 1931, at the Lyceum Theatre in New York. He returned to London for the 1933 - 1934 Old Vic Season and was engaged in four Shakespeare roles (as Macbeth and Henry VIII, Angelo in Measure for Measure and Prospero in The Tempest). In 1936, he went to Paris and appeared at the Comedie-Francaise as Sganarelle in the second act of Moliere's Le Medecin malgre lui, the first English actor to appear at that theatre, where he acted the part in French and received an ovation. Laughton commenced his film career in England while still acting on the London stage. He took small roles in three short silent comedies starring his wife Elsa Lanchester, Daydreams (1928, Ivor Montagu), Blue Bottles (1928, Ivor Montagu) and The Tonic (1928, Ivor Montagu) which had been specially written for her by H. G. Wells. He made a brief appearance as a disgruntled diner in another silent film Piccadilly (1929, Ewald Andre Dupont - uncredited) with Anna May Wong. He appeared with Elsa Lanchester again in Comets (1930, Sasha Geneen), featuring assorted British variety acts. In this ‘film revue’ they duetted in 'The Ballad of Frankie and Johnnie'. The couple made two other early British talkies: Wolves (1930, Albert de Courville) with Dorothy Gish from a play set in a whaling camp in the frozen north, and Down River (1931, Peter Godfrey) in which he played a murderous, half-oriental drug-smuggler. Charles Laughton’s New York stage debut in 1931 immediately led to film offers and Laughton's first Hollywood film was the classic horror comedy The Old Dark House (1932, James Whale) with Boris Karloff. Laughton played a bluff Yorkshire businessman marooned during a storm with other travellers in a creepy mansion in the Welsh mountains. In the Encyclopedia of British Film, Anthony Slide calls it Laughton’s ‘greatest work in the US’. He then played a demented submarine commander in The Devil and the Deep (1932, Marion Gering) with Tallulah Bankhead, Gary Cooper and Cary Grant and foll
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Fit for My King: His Princess 30-Day Diet Plan and Devotional
Sheri Rose Shepherd has been leading women to a better life through Christ for years. Her Princess books for adult women speak to a need women have to be loved, especially by their Creator. Now Shepherd offers specific help to women so that they can take care of the body God gave them and draw closer to him at the same time.

Readers start with Shepherd's own inspirational story about her struggles to treat her body well by eating real food, exercising, and praying. She invites readers to sign a covenant in which they agree to jump-start a diet using specific guidelines. Readers are supported with 30 days of personable and helpful devotions with plenty of stories, suggestions for exercise, and appropriate Scripture. Shepherd even includes many of her favorite tasty recipes to keep women on track.

Sheri Rose Shepherd has a gift for speaking straight to women's hearts and souls. Because of that, women will use this book, talk about it, and share it with others.

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