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  • Quiet Time With God
    This year my focus has been on seeking the Lord. Of course I want to make this a lifelong practice. However, I have found that during different seasons of life, we might become negligent, and therefore we have to be … Continue reading →
  • Endgames and Worldviews
      Everyone has seen it. Well, that is just promotional hype. But the truth is that a lot of people have seen it, in North America and around the world. I have seen it. “It” is The Avengers: Endgame, the … Continue reading →
  • OUTBREAK (by Hannah Alexander)
    I chose the title of this article from something a friend, Karen Ball, said today because there truly has been an outbreak of tornadoes in the Midwest, where Mel and I lived for fifty years. I would show you some … Continue reading →
  • Taking the Dis Out of Discourage By Nancy J. Farrier
    “We are hard-pressed on every side, yet not crushed; we are perplexed, but not in despair…”    II Cor. 4:8a I’ve often felt like Paul, hard-pressed on every side or perplexed due to the many areas of discouragement I’ve faced. Unlike Paul, I’ve … Continue reading →
  • Five Years Later
    By Jim Denney It’s Friday night, and I’m remembering my dad. He died five years ago, early on the morning of May 17, 2014. Less than a month earlier, we had held a big birthday party for my mother. That … Continue reading →
  • Nora’s Review of THE MEMORY HOUSE by Rachel Hauck
          The Memory House By Rachel Hauck Release Date: April 2, 2019 ISBN# 978-0785216643 384 Pages   #Suspense, #drama, #time-slip, #women’s issues   BOOK COVER: Embracing the future means remembering the past . . . When Beck Holiday lost … Continue reading →
  • The Gratitude Debate
    I believe gratitude should play an important role in our lives. I think it’s essential to thank God for all the blessings in our lives. Each day we have so much in front of us that we often take for … Continue reading →
  • The Ugly Parenting Fail by Julie Arduini
    I don’t know about you, but I tend to take holidays as a moment to reflect. Mother’s Day was no exception. There are so many amazing memories from our wedding prayer that included my husband’s children, to playing Rock Band … Continue reading →
  • Life as a Writer — A Look Back…
    Today I got a request from a total stranger to help him out with a surprise for the love of his life and one of my loyal readers.  I can’t tell you what an honor it is to meet up … Continue reading →
  • Never Swap Horses in Midstream…unless it’s a Good Horse by Suzanne Woods Fisher
    So many American folk sayings are attributed to Benjamin Franklin or Abraham Lincoln. “Never swap a horse in mid-stream” is credited to Honest Abe, though it’s actually from an old joke that made its rounds in the 1840s. Here’s how … Continue reading →
  • On Writing for Children
    By Jim Denney Here are a few of my favorite insights from children’s authors about the books they write and the readers they write for . . . “You must write the book that wants to be written. If the … Continue reading →
  • Drawing Ever Closer by Jennifer Hayes Yates
    Hello, friends! I recently read a fabulous book that I wanted to tell you about – Drawing Ever Closer: 365 Days of Transforming Truth by Jennifer Hayes Yates. This book is a yearlong devotional, directed towards women specifically. Many of … Continue reading →
  • When Mother is Queen by James R. Coggins
    Many women don’t need Mother’s Day. This is because they are treated like royalty all year long. When a woman is treated like a queen, it means that: She is expected to be present at an endless round of athletic … Continue reading →

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