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  • Legacy by Bridget A. Thomas
    There are certain words that I love to hear, such as the word “seek.” Whenever I hear it, it reminds me to seek the Lord with all my mind, heart, and soul. And my heart warms when I hear the … Continue reading →
  • Music and Memories by Julie Arduini
    Earlier this month I had the opportunity to see Elton John in his Goodbye Yellow Brick Road farewell tour in Syracuse. This came about suddenly and was a gift, so off I went with my sister, my nephew, and our … Continue reading →
  • No Other Gods: Wisdom by James R. Coggins
    Fifth and last in a series In the Ten Commandments, God (who identified Himself as Yahweh or “I am”) commanded the Israelites not to worship any gods but Him. Yet the Israelites were tempted to worship the gods of the … Continue reading →
  • Of Making Many Books There Is No End by James R. Coggins
    “Do you still use a typewriter?” It is one of those questions that I get asked from time to time. I think it is intended to imply that I am old and out of date. Unfortunately, the question is not … Continue reading →
  • Live Abundantly!
    Each week, I post a Bible scripture to my social media. John 10:10 was this week’s scripture. As I posted it, the last part of the verse got me to thinking.   In John 10:10, Jesus says,    The thief … Continue reading →
  • Taking Time Off by Nancy J. Farrier
    There are times when we get so caught up in work and life, that we forget to take any time off. At least, that’s what I do. Even when I go somewhere for a vacation, I often take my computer … Continue reading →
  • Not a Superhero by Bridget A. Thomas
    Stress! We all have stress from time to time, due to external circumstances. And sometimes we have stress from our own doing. If you are like me, maybe you put too much pressure on yourself. Maybe you try to juggle … Continue reading →
  • New Address, New Wineskin by Julie Arduini
    I was recently struck by something my son shared as he is in a new season. In less than a year after college graduation he started teaching, moved out, and married. Even as he returned to teach, he learned what … Continue reading →
  • No Other Gods: Asherah by James R. Coggins
    Fourth in a series In the Ten Commandments, God (who identified Himself as Yahweh or “I am”) commanded the Israelites not to worship any gods but Him. Yet the Israelites were tempted to worship the gods of the peoples around … Continue reading →
  • “An Intensely Written Novel” by James R. Coggins
    Against All Odds is described as “a gripping, intensely written novel.” It tells the story of Jaan Willem Mobach, his wife Johanna, and their six children, who were captured in Indonesia by the Japanese during World War Two. In different … Continue reading →
  • Then Sings My Soul!
    One of my favorite hymns is How Great Thou Art. Just hearing the song when it comes on the radio or when we sing it in church speaks to me. The song was written by Carl Boberg in 1885. Boberg … Continue reading →
  • September Book Release by Tara Randel
    I’m pleased to announce the release of His Small Town Dream, the third installment of The Golden Matchmakers series. I love writing about these passionate matchmakers who are determined to give true love a chance, even if it is on … Continue reading →
  • Timeout by Bridget A. Thomas
    My husband likes watching fishing programs on television. He was recently watching a tournament where one of the fisherman had to take a two minute penalty. If the fish touches “anything inside the boat other than the angler’s hand,” he … Continue reading →

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