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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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  • A Bouquet of Words by Nancy J. Farrier
      Last weekend, on November 3rd, one of my daughters got married. Although we live in separate States, I still helped as much as I could. My husband and I  fixed most of the food, traveling to California a week … Continue reading →
  • Christian Unity in Times of Hate and Division
    Opinion by Jim Denney One of the great tragedies of the church today is the way Christians divide from each other and attack each other over politics. I’m not saying our political views are unimportant. As Christians, we are to … Continue reading →
  • It Is Well with My Soul
    I am sure you have heard and even sang the words to the timeless hymn “It Is Well with My Soul.” These six words alone can teach us a lot. But when we look at the story behind the words, … Continue reading →
  • Thankful to Blog by Julie Arduini
    I can’t believe it’s November. I also can’t believe this is most likely the ELEVENTH year I’ve presented some form of a thankful series on my blog during this month. This year I’m taking it back to the beginning where … Continue reading →
  • Don’t Forget! (by Hannah Alexander)
    Hannah Alexander here to remind you that if you haven’t left notes for yourself everywhere in the house, and if you don’t typically know what day it is because your personal schedule is like ours–never the same day twice–this is … Continue reading →
  • What Are You Thankful For?
    When the calendar flips over to November, it seems that the times flies by to Thanksgiving, and then before you know it, Christmas. It’s so easy to get caught up in the frenzy surrounding the Christmas season and overlook the … Continue reading →
  • One Incident Changed Everything by Vicki Hinze
    Can one incident change everything?  Your whole life? It can, and does for many. It did for Dr. Dana Perkins, a psychologist who taught Kindergarten because that’s where she felt she could do the most good for the kids.  Dana is … Continue reading →
  • Citizens of Another Kingdom
    Opinion by Jim Denney I was reading a science-fiction story today by Fred Saberhagen. Titled “Stone Place,” it is a story in his futuristic Berserker series. The story contains this interesting exchange between two characters, a skeptical poet-warrior named Mitchell Spain … Continue reading →
  • Reader-Shared Recommended Reads by Vicki Hinze
    At Christians Read, I receive news of recommended reads often.  While I can’t possibly read them all without reading 24/7, I can pass along some of them so that maybe you’ll find books that interest you. Recent Recommendations I’ve received … Continue reading →
  • World Traveler in My Own Backyard by Tara Randel
    One of the perks of living here in Florida is being able to use my Disney Annual Pass. Orlando isn’t far away, so my daughter and I will jump in the car and head over for a few hours of … Continue reading →
  • Football and Faith: Remembering Reggie White, the Green Bay Packers’ Minister of Defense
    Opinion by Jim Denney The called him The Minister of Defense. Whether he was preaching or playing football, Green Bay Packers defensive end Reggie White always worked hardest on Sundays. In the spring of 1996, I spent several days with … Continue reading →
  • Peaceful Wife and Peaceful Mom by Bridget A. Thomas
    Recently I read two books by April Cassidy – The Peaceful Wife and The Peaceful Mom. I must say, both books are a treasure. They are like handbooks for Christian wives and Christian mothers. In today’s culture, it can be … Continue reading →
  • Blocked Peace by Julie Arduini
    I’m always on the lookout for an opportunity to learn via the everyday things. Recently I had one of those moments thanks to a Peace Race. I heard on the news that there would be a Peace Race, but I … Continue reading →

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