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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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  • Lying Lips by James R. Coggins
    A mother confronts her son: “Did you write on the wall?” The boy replies, “No, Mom, my little brother did it.” The mother says, “But your little brother can’t spell.” “Oh.” ***** On another day, the mother confronts the same … Continue reading →
  • Trusting God When You Can’t See the Path Ahead Of You
    When things are going smoothly, it’s easy to say, “Yeah, God, I trust You.” You’re on the mountaintop. Everything is so good. Work, family, friends. Even worship comes easy. But sooner or later, we are all going to leave the … Continue reading →
  • Confidence in God by Bridget A. Thomas
    My heart is confident in you, O God; no wonder I can sing your praises with all my heart! – Psalm 108:1 Do you have confidence in God? You might ask, “What does it mean to have confidence in God?” … Continue reading →
  • Where Do We Go From Here by Julie Arduini
    I remember my first conversation with my mother after dad died. She had been taking care of people since she was a teen. Now her home was empty and “for the first morning in fifty years, I have no one … Continue reading →
  • Loving Fervently by Nancy J. Farrier
    A few weeks ago we visited a church that two of our daughters attend. We were sitting toward the back and there were several open seats in front of us as often happens with an earlier service. A couple of … Continue reading →
  • An Introduction for Modern Readers by James R. Coggins
    A couple of generations ago, things were much different. Back then, most people in North America—whether believing Christians or not—had a basic understanding of the main teachings of Christianity. Today, the church exists in a culture that is largely disconnected … Continue reading →
  • A Time For Everything!
    King Solomon was a wise man. Solomon wrote much of the book of Proverbs, the Song of Solomon, the book of Ecclesiastes, and two psalms. King Solomon knew a few things about life. In Ecclesiastes 3: 2-8, this wise man … Continue reading →
  • The Benefits of Walking by Tara Randel
    While it is still pretty hot during the day here in Florida, the humidity has lifted. That has made the mornings quite nice, so I’ve been able to resume my walking in the neighborhood. There is nothing like getting outdoors … Continue reading →
  • Made to Praise by Bridget A. Thomas
    I remember visiting with my grandmother late in her years when she wanted to share Psalm 100 with me. This was one of the passages of Scripture she had memorized. But she drew a blank and couldn’t remember the words. … Continue reading →
  • New Clothes and Shoes by Julie Arduini
    Happy Fall! This is typically my favorite time of year with the gorgeous leaves, smells of apples and bonfires, and cooler weather that I long for in the heat of July. I’m also done with big travels this year, so … Continue reading →
  • What a Gift by Nancy J. Farrier
    My youngest daughter had a birthday last week. Her twenty-eighth birthday. It’s hard to believe how the years have flown past.  Twenty-eight years ago, when I was going through a very difficult pregnancy with her, my mom gave me a … Continue reading →
  • Nora’s Review of: Under the Tulip Tree
    Under the Tulip Tree By Michelle Shocklee Tyndale House Publishers 400 pages NORA’S REVIEW: Lorena’s father, a bank president, had a comfortable lifestyle and was well received in social circles before the market took a dive. Lorena Leland and her family … Continue reading →
  • In Praise of Libraries by James R. Coggins
    I’ve always wanted to own a castle or at least a country estate. I particularly wanted to have my office at the top of a tower in the castle or country manor house. From there I would have great vision … Continue reading →

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