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  • Grateful for the Lord
    A month of gratitude! Let’s focus on gratitude throughout the month of November. I challenge you to look around and be more aware of the blessings in your life. And each day write down at least five things you are … Continue reading →
  • My Jonah Journey by Julie Arduini
    Have you ever asked people to describe you? It can be humbling. I remember a friend remarking that I was the type of person that would lend her my pants one day but if she asked the next day, I’d … Continue reading →
  • The Rocks (by Hannah Alexander)
    Last Saturday I was looking outside at the snow and seeing the effects of the wind, and just hanging out, kind of like the cats are here: I hadn’t planned to get outside that day. At all. Didn’t feel the … Continue reading →
  • Hello From the Mountains by Tara Randel
    Greetings! As I write this, I’m enjoying vacation time with my family, seated in a cozy cabin while it is 26 degrees outside. Which is a vast improvement from high 80’s in Florida! Every year we come to the mountains … Continue reading →
  • Grateful for Music
    A month of gratitude! Let’s focus on gratitude throughout the month of November. I challenge you to look around and be more aware of the blessings in your life. And each day write down at least five things you are … Continue reading →
  • Living for God in a Pagan Society: What Daniel Can Teach Us
    Do you ever feel confused or disappointed with what is going on in the world? Do you feel helpless before unwelcome trends in society? Do you feel pressured and isolated by what seems to be a pagan, God-defying culture all … Continue reading →
  • Ever Thankful…
    I’m in the homestretch of what has been an epic era of garbage living.  Not that I didn’t have a lot to be grateful for in the midst of it, I did.  I had a company that hired me with … Continue reading →
  • Encouragement by Nancy J. Farrier
      November is here. I consider this the start of the holiday season. We discuss plans and menus for Thanksgiving. We consider gifts for Christmas and start making lists. New tasks are added to an already busy schedule.  For authors, … Continue reading →
  • Four Words That Will Solve All Your Problems
    The story of Esther in the Old Testament is one that I always enjoy reading. The book of Esther starts out by telling us that a king by the name of King Xerxes was holding an elaborate banquet. He asked … Continue reading →
  • Fruit and Love by Julie Arduini
    This fall I’ve been attending a small group that has been discussing principles gleaned from the movie, Overcomer. There has been so much great conversation there. The one main theme I’ve come away with is when it comes to our … Continue reading →
  • Retirement (by Hannah Alexander)
    Kim Woodhouse, a friend of mine, loves snow. She lives in Montana, so that’s a good thing. I wish I shared her joy. We’ve begun our snow season here in Wyoming–which lasts 7 months, and even longer in the mountains. … Continue reading →
  • Nora’s Review of… The Last Year of the War
        THE LAST YEAR OF THE WAR by Susan Meissner Published by Berkley ISBN:  978-0451492153 400 pages   Amazon     REVIEW: The first line grabbed and surprised me. It compelled me to read more, “I’ve a thief to … Continue reading →
  • Keep Watch by Bridget A. Thomas
    My husband and I lived in four different houses over the twelve years we have been married. The house we are in now my husband referred to once as our “forever home.” So hopefully that means we will stay put … Continue reading →

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