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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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  • Unschooling
    by Elizabeth Goddard I’m going to piggyback off Tara Randel’s Back to School At Any Age post. After all, it’s that time of year. Kids are heading back to school or getting ready. Shopping for clothes on the no-sales tax … Continue reading →
  • Book Club Revelations by Julie Arduini
    I spent the last few Tuesday evenings with a group of ladies from my church talking about my latest release, ENTANGLED. I admit, the thought of a book club where I’m the author and the attendees are people I’m acquainted … Continue reading →
  • Trusting Our Coach in Times of Stretching
    I haven’t gone full-on fan-girl since my teens, but lately, certain television programs had me leaning dangerously close to that response: America Ninja Warriors and the Olympics. Women’s gymnastics was both rolled in to one. If you watched even a smidgeon … Continue reading →
  • Back To School-At Any Age by Tara Randel
        It’s that time of year again. The kids are off to school. Those yellow buses that have been absent all summer? Well, they’re on the road once again. It seems like summer had only just begun and the … Continue reading →
  • The Best Part of a Book?
    What is the best part of a book? I guess the answer depends on your taste, but to those like me, there’s only one real answer. The romance, of course! Think about it. Many popular books and movies include a … Continue reading →
  • How NOT to Move by Hannah Alexander
      See this guy in the picture? He’s a doctor (well, actually, he’s a guy dressed up as a doctor.) You might need one of those if you decide to move. Keep one handy just in case. Nearly every American … Continue reading →
  • Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled…Easier Said Than Done At Times
    Let not your heart be troubled. You believe in God, believe also in Me. In My Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go … Continue reading →
  • Olympic Takeaways by Julie Arduini
    Like most of you, I’m staying up way too late watching the Olympic coverage. I admitted on Facebook that usually it is straight-up patriotic fever that has me so captivated. This year, the drama and backstories have captured my attention. … Continue reading →
  • When You Get Knocked Down by Vicki Hinze (Inspire Me #1)
    We all struggle and strive to accomplish things we deem important. Sometimes we succeed, and sometimes we don’t. More often than not, we do a little of both. We meet with some success but not enough that we feel we’ve … Continue reading →
  • Time to Rest by Vicki Hinze
    TIME TO REST  By Vicki Hinze     Today, we have technology assisting on fronts that were dreams for small business and sole proprietors even a short time ago—and we’re grateful for it. Expanded capabilities save us money and time … Continue reading →
  • The Pressure Of Life by Tara Randel
    As I changed the calendar to the month of August, I could feel my stomach tighten. I have a lot of projects going on and this month is going to be especially tight. So I told myself not to be … Continue reading →
  • LATE BREAKING BLOG! by Hannah Alexander
    And I do mean late, since I’m writing this at ten o’clock at night instead of earlier in the day. Change is in the air, and stress is everywhere! I seldom use perfume, but today I slashed (yes, slashed) my … Continue reading →
  • What Love Looks Like
    We hear it so often, it’s become a cliche’. This statement is printed on T-shirts and engraved on wall hangings. It’s even a phrase we say to one another, but the question is, do we live it?  They’ll know us … Continue reading →

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