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  • Family Vacation 2021 by Julie Arduini
    Trying to guess how things will go after 2020 has been quite the game. We make plans and they have been delayed. We think all is well, and then find out it is not. We start to lose hope in … Continue reading →
  • New Book Release by Tara Randel
    I’m excited to share the release of my new book, Stealing Her Best Friend’s Heart, available now. This is the first book in a new series, The Golden Matchmakers Club. I always enjoy starting a new series, creating new characters … Continue reading →
  • Four Dark Books
    In the 1800s, Africa was considered a “dark continent” because its interior geography was unknown to Europeans and because it was considered uncivilized. The Christian missionary and explorer David Livingstone is credited with shedding light on the continent by exploring … Continue reading →
  • Blessings From The Past
    Recently, my husband and I attended family reunion. There were lots of people there and plenty of good food, but my favorite part of the reunion was listening to the amazing stories told by older members of the family. The … Continue reading →
  • Stereotyping by Nancy J. Farrier
    Stereotype: something conforming to a fixed or general pattern.  Have you ever put certain people into a stereotype group? An absent-minded professor. A nosey, gossipy, or talkative woman. Perhaps a motorcycle gang member as being outside the law. A young … Continue reading →
  • Welcome With God by Bridget A. Thomas
    Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name. – Psalm 100:4 Many people have a vision of God as a judgmental and harsh ruler. Some believe that they have to … Continue reading →
  • Hydrangea Evangelism by Julie Arduini
    This has been the best summer for my flowers yet. My roses bloomed for a straight month, and I see round two is coming up. I’ve had roses bloom as late as November before. The one showcase has been the … Continue reading →
  • Life Can Change on a Dime by Vicki Hinze
    Years ago, I wrote a book. The opening line was: “Life can change on a dime.” Back then, I didn’t know that life would be mine, but on June 7th, that’s what happened. Hubby awakened me, saying, “Good morning,” then … Continue reading →
  • Famous Coggins Quotations by James R. Coggins
    After a writer is dead, some anonymous scholar often collects the best quotes from all of his written works, reducing his laboriously written tomes to a few sound bites. I decided to save this anonymous scholar some work and compile … Continue reading →
  • Looking for Peace?
    If you’re like me, your life is busy. Whether its work, or family activities, we all have a way of cramming too much into our days. It’s hard to get it all done and still find time to rest. As … Continue reading →
  • Summer Oasis by Tara Randel
    Last month my husband and I put up a gazebo on our back deck. I’ve since decorated it with colorful flowers and comfortable chairs. It’s the perfect place to sit and visit with friends or read a book and take … Continue reading →
  • Watched Over With God by Bridget A. Thomas
    The empty shelves we saw in the grocery stores during the pandemic have heightened my fears. Not only did many people buy all the toilet paper, but they bought much of the food as well. And recently in my area, … Continue reading →
  • The Masterpiece that is Me (and You) by Julie Arduini
    One thing I look forward to when summer starts is the thought of new books. Whether poolside, at a beach, ocean, or inside under a fan, I love tackling a recent release or even my TBR (to-be-read) pile. This year … Continue reading →

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