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  • Bible Study Encouragement by Julie Arduini
    This season I realized I was participating in three Bible studies. Three. Our church is going through Goliath Must Fall by Louis Giglio as a small group experience. Although I read the book last year, this year I’m attending one … Continue reading →
  • When Hope has a Hole in it.
    We all go through valleys in life.  The rain falls on the just and the unjust after all.  We don’t get out of this life unscathed, but hopefully, we grow in the process.    I don’t know if any of … Continue reading →
  • ON THEIR SHOULDERS WE STAND: PRESIDENTS’ DAY By Vicki Hinze
    President George Washington, long ago dubbed the Father of our Country, was our first elected president after claiming independence.  He died in 1799, and his birthday, February 22nd, became a day of remembrance in appreciation of the sacrifices he made to … Continue reading →
  • Unlocking Your Child’s Spirituality (Part 2 of 4)
    Opinion by Jim Denney, author of Battle Before Time, Christian time travel adventure for young readers [Read Part 1 here.] Good books nurture spiritual children. What does it mean for a child to be “spiritual”? I define a spiritual child as one … Continue reading →
  • Valentine’s Day
    My husband and I have a sticky note on our bathroom mirror that says, “I love you forever.” On a daily basis we will each move it to our spouse’s side of the sink, when they are not looking. Sometimes … Continue reading →
  • All Kinds of Heroes
    Mountain Lion TracksThere is a woman in our town who is an unsung hero. I could not do what she is doing. I know this because Mel and I did it today in 16 degree temps, 60 mph wind gusts. … Continue reading →
  • February Book Release by Tara Randel
    Greetings! This month I’m excited to announce my newest book release from Harlequin Heartwarming. His Honor, Her Family, is book two in the Meet Me At the Altar series. I’ve love writing this series so much and wanted to share … Continue reading →
  • Unlocking Your Child’s Spirituality (Part 1 of 4)
    by Jim Denney, author of Battle Before Time, Christian time travel adventure for young readers Gladys Hunt, author of Honey for a Child’s Heart, urges parents to give their children the gift of soaring to other times and places, the … Continue reading →
  • My Budget Sparkle Confession by Julie Arduini
    This is hard to write, but I promised I’d always share what God prompts me to, so if this encourages you, awesome. I’ve been in official menopause since my surgery in 2008. I wasn’t even 40, but the symptoms weren’t … Continue reading →
  • It’s Loving to be Truthful…
    This weekend, I went to my son’s new church and I was so pleased that they are not deniers of the truth.  Sometimes, the Bible shares some tough truths and there are a lot of Christians who feel that it’s … Continue reading →
  • A Week of Lessons by Nancy J. Farrier
    Last weekend, my husband and I drove to our daughter’s house to pick up our three-year-old grandson. He came back home with us for the week. This is the first time since moving that he’s been at our house. Since … Continue reading →
  • When the Truth Slips Out
    Opinion by Jim Denney This past Tuesday, on the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a law allowing the abortion of babies up to the moment of childbirth. Then he ordered the Freedom Tower … Continue reading →
  • My Laundry Addiction by Bridget A. Thomas
    In the midst of my busy life, I used to do laundry every day. Now I am trying to cut back to at least every other day. Between Christmas and New Year’s, when I was getting tired of all the … Continue reading →

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