Laughter, Joy and Healing


The book is designed for easy reading and reflection. Donald Demaray’s aim is to help people in the struggles of life to rise to a productive and overcoming faith. Since daily challenges make most of us busy, the brief chapters, one for each day over a 13-week period, require only five to six minutes or less. The therapy of laughter and joy makes clear and permanent those principles often overlooked but essential for wholeness and meaningful living. The context throughout is Christian joy and praise. This is a book to freshen your style of living.


Paperback (148 pages)


Light & Life Publishing (December 1, 2014)



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