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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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  • Spring: A season of renewal
    Welcome to Spring: God’s season of rebirth, growth, and regeneration. Nature awakens from slumber in springtime. New life flourishes. No wonder spring is used as a metaphor for spiritual rebirth and development in the Bible. Makes sense, right?? There is … Continue reading →
  • The Circle by James R. Coggins
    Years ago, I lost a tooth after getting hit with a hockey stick while I was playing hockey—so I can claim to be a real Canadian. But I also broke a finger playing softball, so maybe I am just clumsy. … Continue reading →
  • Brand New!
    Though this week has felt more like winter than spring, there are signs popping up all around the countryside that all but scream spring has arrived. The bluebonnets are here; the grass is green, and the fields are colorful with … Continue reading →
  • Proverbs 5, 6 & 7
    Warnings against Foolishness May your fountain be blessed, and may you rejoice in the wife of your youth Proverbs 5:18 There is little interpretation needed for Proverbs 5, 6 and 7 other than to make a blanket statement, “Do not … Continue reading →
  • Finsta Faith by Julie Arduini
    Have you ever heard of “Finsta”? What does finsta mean? Finsta is short for Finstagram, or “fake Instagram,” referring to an account made so that a user can post images and interact with other accounts in a more private way, usually reserving the account’s … Continue reading →
  • Stay In Your Own Lane
    What does it mean to “Stay in your own lane?” And how hard is it? Quite hard, evidently. I have a friend whose husband is unhappy in his job. He only focuses on the negatives, and when he comes home … Continue reading →
  • Thomas by James R. Coggins
    John 11:16 mentions the apostle “Thomas (also known as Didymus).” He is commonly called “Doubting Thomas,” but the Bible never calls him that. He did not believe the other apostles when they told him that Jesus had risen from the … Continue reading →
  • Forgiveness Through a Child’s Eyes by Peggy Webb
    One of my greatest joys is teaching Sunday School to children, ages two to six. No matter what topic I choose, I learn more than I teach. Why? Because I always come away from the lesson with an innocent child’s … Continue reading →
  • New Book Release by Tara Randel
    I’m excited to let you know about my newest book release, Her Surprise Hometown Match, a Harlequin Heartwarming romance. This the fourth book in the Golden Matchmakers Club series. I always have fun returning to Golden and this book will … Continue reading →
  • Break the Habit!
    Some folks call them routines while others call them ruts. I’m talking about habits here. People tend to fall into patterns, however much we fancy ourselves as being unique. We’re all sheep, according to the Lord, and He would know. … Continue reading →
  • The Legacy of the Pen by James R. Coggins
    My seven-year-old grandson was given a pen as a reward for some achievement at school. He put it into his shirt pocket because he thought it made him “look like Grandpa.” I was flattered. But it brought back memories. Many … Continue reading →
  • Advice for Younger Self
    Do you ever wish you could go back in time and talk to your younger self? Someone asked me this recently, and it got me to thinking. Back when I was a child, I didn’t really think much about the … Continue reading →
  • Who’s in Charge by Nancy J. Farrier
    Have you ever been the victim of an unfair law? On a local level? State level? National level? Have you known people who have been hurt by these laws or who stand to lose their livelihood or freedom or life?  … Continue reading →

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