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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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  • Nora’s Review of: On the Run by Traci Hunter Abramson
          On the Run  By Traci Hunter Abramson  Published by: Covenant Communications, Inc. 275 Pages         FROM THE BACK COVER: As one of the top investigative journalists in the nation, Elle Jameson has a knack … Continue reading →
  • I Miss You, Paula Kay – by Kathy Carmichael
    Earlier this month my older sister, Paula Kay Carmichael, passed away. We thought it was amusing that we each married Carmichael men. My husband was born in Scotland, hers in Arkansas, but they had to be distant cousins since the … Continue reading →
  • Reflections from a Hospital Hallway by James R. Coggins
    They told me to go home and come back in a couple of hours after the operation had been done. That’s when I realized that this hospital was set up to serve people who lived nearby, in the middle of … Continue reading →
  • Emerging Grateful
    This week, in my part of Texas, the temperatures are going to be in the 60s. There’s sunshine outside my windows, and the snow has all melted. After last week’s record-breaking weather conditions, these days are welcomed. My husband and … Continue reading →
  • God Wins by Vicki Hinze
    GOD WINS    Recently, I was asked how to remain calm and at peace in times of chaos.  The answer isn’t complex, though the journey to that answer most definitely is.  The answer is to be at peace. Believe it … Continue reading →
  • God’s Love Letter by Nancy J. Farrier
    Ah, February, the month of love, when we are reminded to reach out to one another with love and kindness. I wrote a blog post this week about historical love letters. You can find that post here. Those letters got … Continue reading →
  • Walking With God by Bridget A. Thomas
    Today is the second day of Lent. If you know me, then you know I love Lent, Advent, a new year, and basically any opportunity to change and cling to Jesus. Each of these seasons can be a precious time … Continue reading →
  • The Brilliance of WandaVision by Julie Arduini
    I never thought I’d turn into a Marvel nerd, but here I am. I grew up on the DC movies and cartoons, so I didn’t even realize another comic book movie world existed. Until my son grew up. Thanks to … Continue reading →
  • The Cure is Worse than the Disease
    Back in the 80’s, I had an album by “The Cure.” I had the CD in my car and I was driving my grandfather somewhere. He looked at the CD and said, “The Cure? Looks more like the disease!” That … Continue reading →
  • Black Ice by Kathy Carmichael
    This morning I saw a video about a young woman slipping and sliding on black ice. Because of the familiarity (haven’t most of us been there and done that?), it struck me as particularly hilarious. Here is Wikipedia’s definition of … Continue reading →
  • To a Young Couple Contemplating Marriage by James R. Coggins
    This blog is adapted from a talk I gave at a wedding some years ago. Dennis the Menace famously said, “You can’t tell how deep a puddle is from the top.” When my wife and I married, we decided that: … Continue reading →
  • The Paths of God by Mary Alford
    Well, hello, everyone. My name is Mary Alford, and I’m happy to be back here with you again. Some of you may not remember me, but I was a blogger here at Christians Read a few years back. Don’t you … Continue reading →
  • What Strikes Your Fancy? by Nancy J. Farrier
    What do you fancy? What is something you long for and dream of having?  A new car? A bigger home? A huge screen television? Or, maybe something simpler like a favorite food. A getaway to a favorite spot. We all … Continue reading →

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