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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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  • The Beauty Of Change
    Okay, I know what you’re saying…change can be beautiful? No way. I’m inclined to agree with you. I’ll be the first person to say I am not a fan of change. It can be disruptive and overwhelming to your peace … Continue reading →
  • As if Jesus is Coming Tomorrow
    Camy Tang/Camille Elliot here! Every other month, I like to have brunch with my friend, Christian novelist MaryLu Tyndall. The other weekend we were talking about God’s plan for our writing, and she mentioned that she felt burdened for the … Continue reading →
  • What’s under there? Underwear!
    Did my title get your attention? I hope so! Today, I thought I’d “slip” back in history and discuss a little about underwear. Since I’ve been going through some of my fashion and clothing books to complete a bit of … Continue reading →
  • Reading Places by Tara Randel
    Yesterday I was part of a Facebook party. I posed the question, where was your favorite place to read when you were a child? When I was a kid, one of my favorite things to do during the summer was … Continue reading →
  • Healing the Wounds by Hannah Alexander
    Being linked to the medical profession by my husband, I saw a lot of sick people, injured people, and people struggling with mental illness come through our clinic. They all had one thing in common–if the injury or illness was … Continue reading →
  • A Message to My Father by Vicki Hinze
    It is often said that we don’t truly appreciate what we have until we’ve lost it. The core truth in that became evident to me the day my father passed away. Like most daughters, he was my hero—the yardstick by … Continue reading →
  • Guest author interview with Christy Barritt
    I’ve always loved to read. As soon as I graduated from reading The Babysitter’s Club and Nancy Drew books, I immediately turned to Christian fiction. My mom knew they would be safe for my impressionable young mind. And I devoured … Continue reading →
  • Ducks in a Puddle by Julie Arduini
    We were driving recently when I noticed on one side of the road was a small, murky puddle. On the other side of the road was a large pond, beautiful and inviting. There waded a couple ducks, on the side … Continue reading →
  • Food for thought…
    I love to cook. It’s one of my favorite hobbies. Whether I’m preparing new recipes or tweaking some old classics, cooking is a passion for me, just like writing. One of my favorite recipes is Spaghetti and Meatballs? It’s like … Continue reading →
  • A Garden of Variety by Hannah Alexander
    I have never been a gardener. The last time my mother made me work in the garden pulling weeds, I pulled out all the carrots. And not on purpose to convince her to stop making me work. When we moved … Continue reading →
  • “10,000 Reasons” in Japanese by Camy Tang
    It’s been over a month, but I did the worship music for our church’s Good Friday service. The service is a combination of people from both the English-speaking and Japanese-speaking services, so the worship leader has to sing at least … Continue reading →
  • The Gift That Lasts Forever
    What is the one gift that is almost always free, you can give it to yourself or others can give it to you, it doesn’t require shopping, and it renews itself daily. The answer is simple. Our memories. Whether we … Continue reading →
  • Picture Your Story by Yvonne Lehman
    Do you have a story to tell? Perhaps a book you’d like to write?   There’s a saying that a picture is worth a thousand words.   However, with a thousand words you can write The Lord’s Prayer, The Preamble … Continue reading →

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