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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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  • Malchus by James R. Coggins
    In 1731, the Spanish coast guard boarded an English merchant ship captained by a man named Robert Jenkins. The incident was not very serious, but in the melee Jenkins’s ear was cut off, and he apparently complained to the British … Continue reading →
  • God Still Performs Miracles by Peggy Webb
    I know this is true because on May 1, God saved my life with a miracle so spectacular, so breathtaking, there is no doubt in my mind that I would now be severely disabled or dead except for Him!  I … Continue reading →
  • Summer Begins by Tara Randel
    My daughter and I took our annual visit to EPOCT for the Flower and Garden Festival. It was beautiful as always and I took plenty of pictures to share. Spending a day in the Florida sun never gets old! At … Continue reading →
  • Nora’s Review of: What Happens Next by Christina Suzann Nelson
    What Happens Next by Christina Suzann Nelson Bethany House Publishers, 352 Pages NORA’S REVIEW: I don’t normally read true-crime stories, but since I was asked to be an influencer by the publisher, and I’ve read all the author’s novels and enjoyed … Continue reading →
  • Plastic Bags Are Fragile by James R. Coggins
    I have an acquaintance who, through no fault of her own, is a single mother. No matter what their skills and resources, single mothers have it rough. The responsibilities are heavy. A while back, I got a call for help. … Continue reading →
  • This Picture!
    I’ve seen this picture many times before, but for some reason, this time, the sacrifice that was made for us by the family of a fallen soldier really got to me. As an author, when I create heroes for my … Continue reading →
  • Remembrances by Nancy J. Farrier
    Every year on Memorial Day, my parents would take us to visit the graves of family members who had died. We took flowers, water, and a trowel to plant flowers next to the headstone. Reading the inscriptions helped to learn … Continue reading →
  • Are We Called to Write?
    Many years ago, I read a blog post about whether a writer is called by God to write. Since that time, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about that blog and whether I was called to write or if … Continue reading →
  • Glory by James R. Coggins
    On the night before His arrest and crucifixion, Jesus prayed for His immediate followers and for those of us who would become His followers in the future. This prayer is recorded in John 17:1-26. I had read this prayer many … Continue reading →
  • The Fountain of Youth Conspiracy by Peggy Webb
    I recently saw a TV ad that made me stand up in my chair and say to the screen, “No! Just no!” I wanted to kick furniture, but I was afraid of breaking my toe, so I refrained. The ad … Continue reading →
  • Romantic Poetry by James R. Coggins
    She asked for my help in studying for her English exam. She is an accountant and does not get poetry. It gave me an opportunity to reacquaint myself with English poets of the 18th and 19th centuries. This was the … Continue reading →
  • God’s Lessons Found in Christian Suspense
    I love the lessons that can be found in Christian fiction, and God bless the authors who strive to include God’s love and forgiveness in their books. No matter what the hero and heroine are facing, God is there with … Continue reading →
  • A Special Trip by Tara Randel
    Florida offers a variety of memorable locations to enjoy. That’s one of the reasons I love living here. The weather is pretty awesome, so I can take a day trip and enjoy both the sights and the sunshine. Here we … Continue reading →

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