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We are Christians who both read and write Christian fiction. The goal for this blog is to talk about the books we read and about our spiritual journeys. So you’re just as apt to read a review or comments on a book–fiction or non-fiction–as you are to read a devotional or inspiring quote or about daily Christian life in our posts. On the weekends, we post about writing and welcome guest bloggers. It is our hope to build a community where we can interact, discuss matters of importance to us, encourage, share and lift spirits.

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  • Better Skills than Alexa by Julie Arduini
    The one gift I heard most that was under the Christmas tree for adults was the Echo Dot. I received one as well. With simple voice commands you can have news, weather, jokes, music, radio shows, interactive stories and so … Continue reading →
  • The Dance
    About a year ago, my seven year old granddaughter was certain she wanted to be a dancer after she watched Angelina Ballerina. Unfortunately, for the dancing world that has since changed when the movie Frozen came out. She heard Idina … Continue reading →
  • Introducing Christian Suspense Author Rachel Dylan
    I’m excited to announce a new feature here at the Christians Read Blog. Each month, we will be introducing you to a different Christian author. This month, we’re happy to have Christian Suspense author Rachel Dylan with us to tell us a … Continue reading →
  • True Fiction by Hannah Alexander
    I once was told by an editor that when a true story is written into a novel, it was called factionalization. My dictionary tells me that’s not a real word, but it fits for me. I recently read a rich … Continue reading →
  • When Books Become Personal — Judith Miller
    As I mentioned in my last post, I truly love researching history. While writing my last series, Refined by Love, I populated the books with characters who reflected a bit of my own Scots-Irish heritage. After doing some searching, I … Continue reading →
  • The Expectation of Privacy by Vicki Hinze
    Not too many years ago, people had an expectation of privacy that was mandated legislatively and widely respected.  Some are under the illusion privacy is still respected. Others have experienced incidents that prove to them, in their own personal case, … Continue reading →
  • Lessons from the Oscars by Julie Arduini
    It’s been over a week since the Oscars and people are still talking about the jaw-dropping end to the show when during La La Land‘s acceptance speech they were interrupted and told they did not win. Moonlight was the real … Continue reading →
  • The Mountains Are Calling…
    As a child, I grew up loving to go to the beach. Every vacation my family went on had to be to the beach…until one year when my husband and I visited the mountains. That was it. So long beach. … Continue reading →
  • Lent: A “Don’t Miss” Opportunity by Vicki Hinze
    It’s the Lenten season. The time of year when believers acknowledge they are sinners and have a savior in Christ, and that we were created from ashes and will return to ashes and dust.   Until then, we have lives. … Continue reading →
  • BROKE… at Christmastime! by Yvonne Lehman
    On December 12, I became literally broken – physically. Then I discovered the truth in 1 Corinthians 12: 12, 26 (NLT): “The human body has many parts, but the many parts make up only one body… If one part suffers, … Continue reading →
  • March Blessings by Tara Randel
    I’ve always loved the month of March. Here in Florida, the temperatures are warming up. The sunshine and clear skies make for beautiful days spent outside, allowing us to admire the handiwork of our Father. You can’t help but stand … Continue reading →
  • Don’t Complain about Dandelions by Hannah Alexander
    You might remember a blog several months ago about how not to move, including many of the careless mistakes I made when packing to move 850 miles from where we lived. The injuries were not fun. Well, the second part … Continue reading →
  • What it means to Pursue Righteousness
    I’ve always wanted to play the piano. Except I’m tone deaf. And have never had lessons. I’d love to be fit and strong. Except I hate weight training. I’d love to speak French fluently. Or Russian. Or even Greek. Only I’ve … Continue reading →

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