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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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  • Peace be Still… (by Hannah Alexander)
    It has come to my attention that the novel I am writing at this time would work quite well as a novel dealing with the pandemic. It wasn’t begun that way, but it is about medical research. But honestly, I … Continue reading →
  • Who Would Know by Nancy J. Farrier
    When I lived in California, I loved going for morning bike rides. There were certain routes I liked to ride and my usual distance was between twenty to twenty-five miles. This was time spent thinking about my story, or pondering … Continue reading →
  • Strong Faith is Selfless by Bridget A. Thomas
    There are many Bible stories that I love. But in one particular case, there is a certain lady who is only mentioned in a handful of verses. However, she made an impact on me and I believe she is a … Continue reading →
  • As Many as it Takes by Julie Arduini
    As I’ve shared before, during this time at home I’ve been using a Bible in a year reading plan with a new Bible. I’ve nearly worn out a new set of highlighters and have been floored by revelations that were … Continue reading →
  • Day 942 of Our Captivity
    All right, not really.  It simply feels that way.  Lockdown isn’t that much different for me as a writer.  I’m generally a homebody — granted, the lack of Starbucks and easily-attainable espresso genuinely lowered my word count — but for … Continue reading →
  • IGNORANCE IS NOT BLISS: A MEMORIAL DAY MESSAGE… by Vicki Hinze
      It’s Memorial Day.  A day when we honor those who fought and died on behalf of our nation to preserve its ideals and values, and our freedom.  A day when we honor them and their sacrifice.  Their families’ sacrifice.  … Continue reading →
  • A Worthy Sacrifice by Nancy J. Farrier
    I grew up on a farm in the Midwest. One of my favorite days revolved around butchering time. Aunts, uncles, and cousins would descend on our farm. The kids played while the men took care of the killing and preparing … Continue reading →
  • Strengthening Our Faith in the Good Times by Bridget A. Thomas
    I am continuing to talk about faith as I have over the past several weeks. When I began this faith series several weeks ago, one thing I mentioned was that we can build our faith in good times. We don’t have … Continue reading →
  • Of Better Homes and Gardens
    It was a great relief to realize that out fears were unfounded. Having newly acquired a house—and with it yard responsibilities—my wife and I were apprehensive that we might not be able to keep our lawn and garden in the … Continue reading →
  • A Search for Truth (from Hannah Alexander)
    The search for truth is a long, winding, rocky road. I’ve hiked this trail, and one needs sturdy hiking boots to avoid a broken–or at least sprained–ankle.  I have come to realize that for some of us, truth can be … Continue reading →
  • Starting A New Project by Tara Randel
    I’m getting ready to start a new series for Harlequin Heartwarming. As always, the prospect is exciting and daunting. So much goes into preparing to write a book; characterization, plot and conflict, the romance arc and setting, to name a … Continue reading →
  • Faith When Facing a Battle by Bridget A. Thomas
    Over the past couple of weeks I have been talking about faith. Today I will focus on faith once again, in particular I want to discuss faith when facing a battle. Over the past several weeks everyone across the globe … Continue reading →
  • God’s Writing the Story by Julie Arduini
    Recently my husband texted me a picture. It was our daughter navigating her way through our front yard on the riding lawn mower. Big deal, right? YES! It’s a celebration because it is yet another thing in the long list … Continue reading →

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