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  • Protest and Folk Songs by James R. Coggins
    I grew up in the 1960s listening to protest songs and folk songs sung by such artists as Bob Dylan and Peter, Paul, and Mary. Those songs spoke to me then, and they still resonate with me today. To be … Continue reading →
  • Weather, Crisis, and Christians by Julie Arduini
    Image: Cowboy State Daily Although my Ohio residency is close to 20 years, I’m an Upstate NY girl. When I went to college at SUNY Geneseo, the Buffalo Bills were at their zenith under quarterback Jim Kelly, Coach Marv Levy, … Continue reading →
  • And Just Like That – Everything Changed!
    Isaiah 9:6 proclaimed the future coming of a Child. But not just any child. This one would carry the government of the worlds on His shoulders. He would be the Wonderful Counsellor, The mighty God, The Everlasting Father. . .the … Continue reading →
  • Thanks by Tara Randel
    I hope you and yours had a beautiful Thanksgiving. There is nothing better than bringing family, friends, and food together for good times. It is also a time to reflect on thankfulness. Looking back over the year, we can see … Continue reading →
  • THE ALLY–new suspense by Peggy Webb
    THE TEAM It was such a pleasure to team with the amazing writers/friends who put together The Philanthropists, a series of suspense and romantic suspense short reads for you!  The talented and wonderful Vicki Hinze and I have been friends almost forever. Years … Continue reading →
  • Give Thanks by Bridget A. Thomas
    Today is Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. All across the country, many will take time today to reflect on the things they are grateful for. How amazing it is to have a holiday that revolves around gratitude. However, I feel … Continue reading →
  • The Wings of the Lord by James R. Coggins
    Fourth in a Series Reading the story of Ruth gleaning in the vineyard of Boaz (Ruth 2:1-12), I was struck by the force of Boaz’s words to Ruth: “May you be richly rewarded by the LORD, the God of Israel, … Continue reading →
  • Words Matter by Peggy Webb
    Words which do not give the light of Christ increase the darkness. Mother Teresa’s advice resonates more than ever in a world where civility seems to be vanishing and hateful speech is becoming the accepted norm.  Now more than any … Continue reading →
  • Growing in Love by Nancy J. Farrier
    Last week we traveled to California for a little vacation. We visited our daughters and their families and had a great time with out grandsons. The highlight of the trip, and the reason for the timing, was to be there … Continue reading →
  • Nora Review of: Woman in Shadow
    Woman in Shadow By Carrie Stuart Parks Published by:  Thomas Nelson Release Date: July 13, 2021 336 Pages HashTag# Tragic Dramas, Romantic Suspense, Christian Mystery, Forensic linguist, Mule Shoe lodge BACK COVER: Award-winning author Carrie Stuart Parks combines her expertise as a … Continue reading →
  • Death, Be Not Proud by James R. Coggins
    We all know it is inevitable. We know it is coming. But we never seem to be ready for it. It’s death. And Walter Wiens wants to change that. Not death. He can’t do much about that. But he can … Continue reading →
  • Be The Light!
    Be the Light! With the world becoming increasingly darker, as Christians we are called to be the light. In Matthew 5: 14-16 Jesus tells us, Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill … Continue reading →
  • New Series: The Philanthropists
    As you know, I love doing multi-author series.  I’ve teamed up with Mary Alford, Ann Malley, Peggy Webb, Patricia Bradley and Kathy Carmichael in THE PHILANTHROPISTS!  The Philanthropists is a series of suspense or romantic suspense stories that are short … Continue reading →

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