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  • A Little About Me… by Judith Miller
    I am extremely excited to be a new member of the Christians Read blog and hope that I’ll soon become acquainted with many of you subscribers. For those of you who don’t know anything about me or my books, I … Continue reading →
  • A New Release by Tara Randel
    I’m excited to share that my newest book, THE WEDDING MARCH, is a March 1, 2107 release. I had so much fun focusing on the music industry in this story, the ups and downs and hard work it takes to … Continue reading →
  • If You Love the Book of Ruth… by Hannah Alexander
    I always loved the book of Ruth. It includes the best types of conflict but it also has a happy ending. Today is Valentine’s Day. What a fitting day for a book about Ruth, Redeeming Grace, to be released. If … Continue reading →
  • Spoiled Children Don’t Grow by Julie Arduini
    It seems like so many people I love are in a holding pattern, circling the runway to promises fulfilled. As a parent, I underestimated how shattering this would be. When the kids were little, their safety and prayer they would … Continue reading →
  • Lessons From Frozen…
    Unless you’ve living in total isolation for the past few years, you’ve probably heard of the Disney movie Frozen and the hit song that came from the move entitled, “Let It Go”. All three of my granddaughters loved the movie, … Continue reading →
  • Maintaining Emotional Perspective Through Prioritizing
    Last semester, I spent a good forty minutes each day listening to someone tell me all about their friend drama. My response was always the same: Sounds like you need different friends. Now granted, I was speaking to a teen, … Continue reading →
  • What Kind of Faith Are We Proclaiming?
    Scripture tells us we are God’s image bearers–that the world will catch a glimpse of who He is through us. So, what kind of God are we revealing? What kind of faith are we proclaiming? Do our words and actions … Continue reading →
  • Lasting Friendships by Tara Randel
    Last spring, our church experienced a merge with another local body. Our pastor wasn’t quite ready to retire, but when the suggestion came up, he decided to leave earlier than planned. He wanted to go on a speaking circuit of … Continue reading →
  • What Tracks do I Leave? by Hannah Alexander
    Picking up where I left off two weeks ago, I’m still following tracks outside in the snow. But the snow has melted quite a bit since last week’s storm. What was once so light and powdery that I had no … Continue reading →
  • Romantic Suspense to Love
    by Elizabeth Goddard As you might know, I write romantic suspense and that, because I love to read the genre. What could be more exciting than a handsome hero and a spunky heroine thrown together in a fight for survival … Continue reading →
  • Unmet Expectations by Julie Arduini
    The last time I posted, I shared that my word for 2017 is transformation. I mentioned the different ways I thought it would play out, and already I’m seeing in some ways I was right on track, and others, not … Continue reading →
  • New Beginnings
    New beginnings are everywhere around us. Some are small. Some aren’t. Each day is a new beginning. And just recently our country had a new beginning. We swore in a new president. Our personal life is filled with new beginnings … Continue reading →
  • Life Interrupts…But Goes On by Vicki Hinze
      Life Interrupts… But Goes On By Vicki Hinze   We all know that we experience Seasons. Times in our lives when things go smoothly, and times when they just don’t. I’ve been in a “just don’t” season since right … Continue reading →

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