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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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  • Cosmic Coincidence—or Calculated Design?
    by Jim Denney, adapted from ANSWERS TO SATISFY THE SOUL: Clear, Straight Answers to 20 of Life’s Most Perplexing Questions Last week, I talked about the cosmic case for faith in God, which I first encountered in the April 1987 … Continue reading →
  • What I Learned from My Dog
    I was thinking recently how smart my dog is. Ok so maybe I am a little biased. But Tucker really is smart. I actually have two dogs. Both are smart dogs and good dogs. However, Buddy’s main goal in life … Continue reading →
  • Who Do We Look Up To by Julie Arduini
    As I mentioned in my last post, parenting is hard. We have a teen daughter who like most teens, enjoys YouTube and the new celebrities that are arising from that medium. If you aren’t aware, there’s a lot of drama … Continue reading →
  • Wide Open Spaces (by Hannah Alexander)
    If you don’t live in Wyoming, let me introduce you to one amazing highway. If you do live in Wyoming, you probably know what I’m talking about. This highway is called a two-track, and it’s quite honestly the style of … Continue reading →
  • The Reason for My Convictions by Nancy J. Farrier
    A few weeks ago, I blogged about my experience with a difficult pregnancy and the pressure to have an abortion. You can read that blog post here. I keep thinking about the reason I stood strong against tremendous pressure, and … Continue reading →
  • A Cosmic Case for Faith?
    by Jim Denney, adapted from ANSWERS TO SATISFY THE SOUL: Clear, Straight Answers to 20 of Life’s Most Perplexing Questions Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek, was a confirmed atheist. I never met him, but my good friend, actress … Continue reading →
  • God is in Everything
    I was recently talking to a friend about one of his mother-in-law‘s favorite sayings. “God was in that,” she will say when something good happens. But my friend asked, “Isn’t God in everything?” My friend has a good point. After … Continue reading →
  • Boom and Busted
    A couple pf weeks ago, my son-in-law was mowing our lawn when our lawn mower suddenly stopped working, for no discernible reason. I was puzzled, so I sent the attached picture to my brother, who is much more mechanically inclined … Continue reading →
  • Embracing the Chaos…
    This is not a time for writing. That’s hard for me because writing is my happy place.  I’m keeping a toe in the water by helping a screenplay writer turn her screenplay into a book.  But otherwise, it’s not a … Continue reading →
  • Living in a Post-Truth Age
    by Jim Denney, adapted from ANSWERS TO SATISFY THE SOUL: Clear, Straight Answers to 20 of Life’s Most Perplexing Questions Syndicated columnist Harvey Mackay tells the story of a Duke University chemistry professor named Professor Bonk (his course was widely … Continue reading →
  • The Power of Prayer
    Pray without ceasing. – 1 Thessalonians 5:17 Have you ever thought about what a privilege it is for us to be able to speak to the King of Kings anytime we want to? And He is always there. He will … Continue reading →
  • The Heart of a King (review by Hannah Alexander
    I recently received a copy of The Heart of a King, written by a friend of mine, Jill Eileen Smith. #TheHeartofaKing I’ve followed Jill’s writing career since it began, and have always enjoyed her highly readable writing style, which does … Continue reading →
  • Memorial Day 2019 by Tara Randel
    Popping in from a much needed time off to wish you a happy Memorial Day. This is such a wonderful day to remember those in service who risked or gave their lives to the country we Americans have the privilege … Continue reading →

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