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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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  • My Ripped Pants and Your Shame by Julie Arduini
    Spongebob Squarepants has played in our home for close to 20 years. Of all the crazy episodes out there, my husband and son say their favorite is the one where Spongebob rips his pants. It’s comedy gold for those two. … Continue reading →
  • The Differences (by Hannah Alexander)
    We recently traveled to our former home, partially to meet with family and friends, but also to get an idea about the differences one of our characters from Wyoming would encounter for the first time in the Missouri Ozarks. Since … Continue reading →
  • Going Outside My Comfort Zone by Nancy J. Farrier
    “What have I done?” My breath caught, and I closed my eyes thinking over the offer I made. What was I thinking? I’d offered to do something I didn’t even know how to do and had never done before. What … Continue reading →
  • An Open Door Leads to a Lesson
    In our master bathroom we have a linen closet, which has a folding door with two panels. A few days ago the door was opened, which means it was sticking out slightly, as I walked by. I barely bumped the … Continue reading →
  • Fortune Cookies
    Have you ever experienced opening a fortune cookie and finding a message that seemed very appropriate to your situation? A while back, I was in a Chinese restaurant. My dinner companion ate three fortune cookies and found three messages: • … Continue reading →
  • It’s That Time Again!
    I don’t know about you, but I’ve found over the decades that some of the best friends I can have are those who know me best, knew me when I wasn’t as lovable as I am now, and still love … Continue reading →
  • When You Win and Lose–Grace by Vicki Hinze
    During the course of a lifetime, we all win some and lose some.  That is the nature of competition and the nature of life.  Learn to do both—to win and to lose—with dignity, respecting yourself, others and the competition. Have … Continue reading →
  • Nora’s Review of: Far Side of the Sea by Kate Breslin
      Far Side of the Sea By Kate Breslin Published by Bethany House Release Date: March 5th ISBN: 978-0764233111 400 Pages       Genre: Historical Christian Fiction, Romance, Suspense Pigeons, WWI     About the Book: In spring 1918, Lieutenant … Continue reading →
  • My Refuge and My Fortress
    A couple of weeks ago, I had an appointment in the afternoon. The appointment was not too far from home, but was far from work, since my job is fifty miles away from home. I considered asking my boss to … Continue reading →
  • Ripped Roads by Julie Arduini
    I live in Ohio. Most months thanks to big temperature changes and precipitation, we have potholes. Some are so bad they could qualify as craters. I’ve lost more than one tire to the roads. Last month we saw something new … Continue reading →
  • The Love of Money is the Root of All Evil
    Have you ever known someone who loved money?  I mean, truly loved money.  Loved hoarding it, stashing it, earning it at all costs, destroying people for it — that kind of love of money? I’ve seen this recently after people’s … Continue reading →
  • It’s Fall by Tara Randel
    Technically, the calendar says autumn is here. I live in Florida, where it’s still in the nineties. I will admit that the nights and early mornings are a tad bit nicer, but the days? Crazy hot! So how do I … Continue reading →
  • Put on Your Armor
    At my job, there are a few ladies who get together for prayer meetings twice a week. They use a short break to gather outside (weather permitting) and pray. First they will ask if there are any specific prayer requests. … Continue reading →

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