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  • Christmas Book Release by Tara Randel
    This year I’m so excited about my first Christmas story with Harlequin Heartwarming, Her Christmastime Family. Love, family, friendships and community are important components in this line of books and what better time than Christmas to bring them all together? … Continue reading →
  • Writers and Editors by James R. Coggins
    Writers write. Writers write because they can’t not write. They are so overflowing with ideas and stories that they just have to write them down and share them. If they don’t, they feel as if they will burst. I began … Continue reading →
  • And The Word Became Flesh
    John 1:14 says, “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.” I’ve read those words so many times … Continue reading →
  • A Momentary Discomfort by Nancy J. Farrier
    A few weeks ago, my husband had an outpatient medical procedure done at a hospital. It was nothing serious, a simple health checkup that requires a few hours.  As I waited for him in the quiet hospital waiting room, a … Continue reading →
  • Choosing Gratitude by Bridget A. Thomas
    Happy Thanksgiving! Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States of America. Thanksgiving is one of my favorite days of the year, and I imagine many would agree. How amazing it is to have a whole day dedicated to giving … Continue reading →
  • Anyway, Give Thanks by Julie Arduini
    Years ago I worked outside the home in an office setting located at the local senior center. I became acquainted with many of the seniors who frequented the place, and I loved hearing their stories. My office co-workers were also … Continue reading →
  • Where is Jesus? by James R. Coggins
    When they think about Jesus, many modern Christians picture Him walking the dusty roads of Palestine. Or they don’t think about the question of where He is at all. Early Christians were clear about where Jesus is. The apostles declared … Continue reading →
  • The True Meaning of Thanksgiving by Vicki Hinze
    In 2014, I wrote this article about the True Meaning of Thanksgiving.  Every year since, someone has asked me to run that article again.  Perhaps this year it is even more relevant and important that we pause, remember, and count our blessings… … Continue reading →
  • Sooley by James R. Coggins
    I hate John Grisham. He is a master wordsmith. In his crisp, clear prose, he can describe in two sentences a complex situation that lesser writers would require two paragraphs or two pages to adequately portray. A recent example is … Continue reading →
  • Have You Been To Your Valley of Elah Yet?
    We all have them. Moments in our life where we have to stand and face the giant before us and it sometimes feels as if we are ill-equipped to do battle. Whether it be a diagnosis that appears dire. A … Continue reading →
  • Are You Ready? by Tara Randel
    As we get ready for Thanksgiving, I’m reminded of why this is my favorite holiday. I’ve already got the turkey, side dish ingredients and can’t wait to start the pies. I took over cooking for Thanksgiving many years ago and … Continue reading →
  • Remembering Gratitude by Bridget A. Thomas
    “Praise the LORD! I will thank the LORD with all my heart as I meet with his godly people.” – Psalm 111:1 It is believed that Psalm 111 was written after the citizens of Judah had returned from captivity. When … Continue reading →
  • That Spontaneous Idea by Julie Arduini
    God bless my husband. As the teens say, “for reals.” Years ago he joked that when we were older he’d move into another house we admired in the development to escape the female hormones he knew were coming to our … Continue reading →

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