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  • Who Am I? by Nancy J. Farrier
    “But Moses said to God, “Who am I that I should go to Pharaoh, and that I should bring the children of Israel out of Egypt?” So He [God] said, “I will certainly be with you…” Exodus 3:11-12 How many of … Continue reading →
  • Two Free eBooks for You January 25-29 by Julie Arduini
    I apologize for missing my Wednesday rotation, I missed most of the week with a yucky stomach virus. I didn’t want to miss telling you about a free Kindle promotion I have going on for not just one but TWO … Continue reading →
  • Becoming Your Best Self
    Last week I wrote about the importance of being real and genuine. (You can read the entire post here.) In a nutshell, I said that I feel many people today, including myself, walk around with a virtual mask on. We … Continue reading →
  • Pick a Book, Any Book…
    The best thing about writing is connecting with other writers.  Other book nerds who get what it’s like to live in your head much of the time.  I’ve just recently moved states and I’ve been having trouble finishing a book. … Continue reading →
  • Weeping Over Scripture by Nancy J. Farrier
    For me, the best days are those that begin with coffee and Bible reading. Every year, I read through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. And, every time something new jumps out at me. Or, perhaps it isn’t new, maybe … Continue reading →
  • The Nonexistent Picture That Caused Me to Reflect
    Several of us went out to lunch on one particular afternoon. We all had a nice visit with one another, and enjoyed good food as well. It was a treat and a blessing all the way around. I wanted a picture … Continue reading →
  • Drummers Drumming
    When my daughters were teenagers and began to bring home young men, I would attempt to engage them in conversation. One day, the conversation gravitated toward music. “Are you a musician?” I asked one prospect. Yeah,” he replied. “I’m a … Continue reading →
  • A New Kind of Word (by Hannah Alexander)
    This is where the deer and antelope play…literally. It’s home on the range. It’s where seldom is heard a disparaging word (I believe the original word was disparaging, not discouraging, though I could be wrong) and the skies are not … Continue reading →
  • Kick Start 2020 by Tara Randel
    Welcome to the new year! Time sure passes quickly. I just got used to the idea of Thanksgiving being around the corner and now we’ve morphed through Christmas and have ushered in a new year. I don’t know about you, … Continue reading →
  • Giving God Your Whole Heart by Bridget A. Thomas
    Do you want to have a stronger relationship with God in 2020? Do you long to draw closer to the Lord? If so, I invite you to check out my book Giving God Your Whole Heart. God is always there, … Continue reading →
  • Remembering Christmas by Yvonne Lehman
      Christmases . . . and the many stories about Christmas, considered good, bad, happy, sad, as a child, an adult, with family, with groups, alone, overworked, Santa, Jesus, traditions, poverty, plenty, receiving, giving…   My thoughts linger for a while on … Continue reading →
  • New Year Reflection
    Reflection is one of my favorite things to do when we embark on a New Year. I like to look back on the year that is ending to see the wonderful events that occurred throughout the year. This could include … Continue reading →
  • Word of the Year Tizzy by Julie Arduini
    Happy New Year! I’m one of those people who spends way too much time looking at memes and there were two that left me speechless. The one that said the 1990’s were 30 years ago. I get my son was … Continue reading →

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