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  • Future You to Younger You by Kathy Carmichael
    Three of my sisters and I were chatting (texting) today about all sorts of subjects. We talked about our health. We discussed how much we miss each other. We talked jobs and work and retirement. Eventually we got around to … Continue reading →
  • Aspirations
    Today, instead of more words from me, I offer for your consideration a simple image and a short quotation from a great writer. “Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp, Or what’s a heaven for?” – Robert Browning
  • Parts of the Church Body — I’m the mouth…
    “But our bodies have many parts, and God has put each part just where he wants it. 19 How strange a body would be if it had only one part! 20 Yes, there are many parts, but only one body. 21 The eye can never say … Continue reading →
  • Running The Race by Tara Randel
    Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our … Continue reading →
  • Pandemic Moments by Yvonne Lehman
      Stories of the 2020 Covid-19 Outbreak No one expected things to change drastically with the beginning of a new decade. Yet that’s exactly what happened. Within a few weeks, the world shut down, life came to a halt, fear … Continue reading →
  • The Goodness of God by Bridget A. Thomas
    In the month of July, I attended my first writers conference. There is a particular writers conference that I always wanted to be a part of, but it wasn’t possible because it was in another state. However, due to COVID, … Continue reading →
  • Express Pass Faith by Julie Arduini
    Although I’ve never been to Disney, and confession, actually have zero desire to, I remember my in-laws sharing their fun memories. One year the family gathered together before I was in the picture and my mother-in-law had back trouble. She … Continue reading →
  • The Age of Marketing
    I’m a writer by nature. Meaning, I have no desire whatsoever to be in the public eye. Not even a little bit. I simply want to write my books and hide behind them. That isn’t okay in this marketing frenzy … Continue reading →
  • Being Compassionate by Nancy J. Farrier
    When I became a Christian, I was not a nice person. My life did a complete turanaround. Almost everything I previously believed, every behavior I’d become accustomed to, changed. One of the biggest transformations occurred after I had a dream … Continue reading →
  • Mistletoe and Murder Collection Celebration Contest
      To celebrate the upcoming release of Mistletoe and Murder, enter to win a $10 gift card.  Additionally, we’re gifting five others with a copy of the Mistletoe and Murder collection. ENTERING IS EASY It’s all on the Rafflecopter Form … Continue reading →
  • Never Forget by Vicki Hinze
    Nineteen years ago, the United States of America was attacked by radical Islamic terrorists.  Nearly three-thousand lives were taken that day, and many more have been forfeited since then as a direct result of the attacks suffered that day.  Today … Continue reading →
  • God is Good by Kathy Carmichael
    When I joined this blog, I was told I could write about things in my daily life as a Christian. This makes the topics I can explore extremely broad, which is a help, given that I’m interested in exploring so … Continue reading →
  • Human Work
    Ecclesiastes 11:1-6 is a passage about human work, human responsibility, and God’s providence. From the creation of Adam, the first man, God commanded human beings to work. Ecclesiastes 11:1-6 offers advice on how to go about this. Following are the … Continue reading →

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