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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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  • Angels by Kathy Carmichael
    I have been reading a wonderful book by Rev. Billy Graham entitled ANGELS: God’s Secret Agents. It was a very timely book for me and I’m learning a lot from reading it.   Having had my own interactions with angels, … Continue reading →
  • Cards and Communication by James R. Coggins
    Every year when I was growing up, one entire wall of our living room would be filled with multiple strings holding Christmas cards our family had received that year. Long distance telephone rates were very high, and the postal system … Continue reading →
  • Who’re You Going to Hate? (by Hannah Alexander)
      I’d like to think it isn’t in my nature to actually want to hate someone at all times, but really? Maybe it’s there. It’s easier, at times, to complain about someone or something than it is to praise. A … Continue reading →
  • Hacked and Stolen Accounts Happen to Everyday People by Vicki Hinze
    It seems we’ve entered a new stage in America. As Christians, we didn’t ask for it, certainly don’t want it, but it is here all the same and thrust upon us. Late in the afternoon the day before Thanksgiving, my … Continue reading →
  • A Familiar Favorite by Nancy J. Farrier
    Do you have a favorite book of the Bible? A favorite chapter? A favorite verse?  I think we all have someplace we turn to when we need the comfort of God’s word or a guidance during a difficult time. For … Continue reading →
  • Happy Thanksgiving by Bridget A. Thomas
    Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. I am honored to be on the schedule today to share this wonderful day with you. In honor of this holiday, today I want to focus on 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 which says, … Continue reading →
  • Dead Inside by Julie Arduini
    That’s quite the cheery title, am I right? Thankfully it isn’t completely how I feel, although my patience for this most unpredictable of years is running thin. There’s been the quarantine, the election, I had to go back to my … Continue reading →
  • You Want Me to WHAT?
    I received a letter today from Cheyenne WY, the capitol of our state, telling me that I WILL be on their list for jury duty come January of 2021 for half a year. I will be expected to drive to … Continue reading →
  • Have A Blessed Thanksgiving by Tara Randel
    Can you believe it’s already Thanksgiving week? While at times it seems like this year has dragged on, in other ways time had flown by. I’ve been busy writing, so that makes the days move fast for me. I get … Continue reading →
  • Learning to Love by Kathy Carmichael
    I’m still caught up in much of the fear from my last post, and as a result I found it difficult to choose a topic that appealed enough for discussion. In general, I’m quite a sunny person, so struggling with … Continue reading →
  • He Who Has Helped Thee Hitherto by James R. Coggins
    Years ago, my wife Jackie and I were moving 3,000 miles away to the east so I could return to school and embark on a new career. The small church that we attended gave us a loving send-off, a gift … Continue reading →
  • Stand firm…
    “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” –John 16:33 These are unprecedented times. Even in WWII when it … Continue reading →
  • The Glass Graveyard by Nancy J. Farrier
    I love my walks in the desert. They are quiet and almost always people free. The solitude gives me time to consider what I need to do, to listen to an audiobook or podcast, or to pray. It’s such a … Continue reading →

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