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  • Satisfied With What? by Nancy J. Farrier
    Satisfied: Pleased or content with what has been experienced or received.(Merriam-Webster dictionary) How many of us are satisfied with life right now? Satisfied with the way the world is today? Satisfied with the events of 2020? Do I hear hysterical … Continue reading →
  • Nora’s Review of: Caught by Surprise by Jen Turano
                    Caught by Surprise By Jen Turano Published by Bethany House Release Date: July 31, 2018 ISBN#987-0764217968 368 Pages Amazon   NORA’S REVIEW:  I’m a Jen Turano fan and I enjoyed every minute … Continue reading →
  • Bible Study: The Cure for What Ails You by Julie Arduini
    Happy July! Last time I blogged, I shared my anxiety revelation. Thankfully, that’s better. However, last week I realized I was in bit of a funk, and as I looked around, both in my socially-distanced church and around social media, … Continue reading →
  • A Sad Fourth…
    If you’ve been in this country for any length of time then you know that the Fourth of July is a big deal. There are get-togethers and BBQ’s. There are fireworks! It’s a day to celebrate family, friends, fun and … Continue reading →
  • Independence Day:Do We Know What or Why We’re Celebrating? by Vicki Hinze
    Independence Day.  Some of us will gather with family and friends and neighbors. We’ll picnic and grill. We’ll watch fireworks explode, maybe shoot off some ourselves, and celebrate the day off work. But do we and our kids know what … Continue reading →
  • Continuing On by Nancy J. Farrier
    Do you ever just want to run and hide? Do you have trouble focusing on the task at hand? 2020 seems like the year for hiding and running, except we have to do so at home. It’s hard to stay … Continue reading →
  • Hallelujah by Kathy Carmichael
    Back in the seventies (I never thought I'd begin a sentence like that), churches were for the most part very traditional, unlike today's churches which feature live bands, and contemporary Christian music, and lots of things that are unique to today's church experiences. Okay, back in the seventies (it was lots of fun to say […]
  • Keeping Busy during COVID-19 by James R. Coggins
    The lockdown due to COVID-19 has given me a wonderful opportunity to slow down and pay more attention to the world around me. Here is what I have observed.  1. It has rained the last seven weekends and ten of … Continue reading →
  • Family (by Hannah Alexander)
    I recently received a letter from a long lost cousin on my father’s side requesting that I submit to a DNA test so she could do some family tree work. At first I wasn’t sure. I’m a very dedicated conspiracy … Continue reading →
  • The Beauty of the Lord by Tara Randel
    Today I wanted to take a few minutes to encourage those who stop by and read this blog. Events of this world are confusing right now. I don’t know about you, but I scratch my head multiple times a day … Continue reading →
  • A Faith Boost by Bridget A. Thomas
    Over the last few weeks I have been talking about faith. We all want to have strong faith, but it is not always easy. Now, more than ever, we need to stand strong in faith. One key element of faith … Continue reading →
  • The Anxiety Revelation by Julie Arduini
    There’s a good chance I’ve written on this topic before. If so, I tried to search and the computer didn’t feel like cooperating. I’m going on faith that perhaps someone needs to read what I’m sharing today. A couple days … Continue reading →
  • Going home in a book…
    The best thing about books is that they transport you to another realm. And in this crazy time when we can’t travel, escaping in books is one way to get through these quarantine years. Okay, so it simply feels like … Continue reading →

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