All posts for the month May, 2012

Going on Hiatus

by:  Staci Stallings With the end of May and beginning of June being particularly busy for me this year, I am putting the G&F blog on hiatus until June 26, 2012.  For the latest news direct from our authors please visit us on Facebook at: I’ll see you in June! Have a […]

Share Button

“Abide in Me”

Send to Kindle by:  Staci Stallings Author’s Note:  This article was written around 2001 about the same time I was writing my newest release “To Protect & Serve.”  The book this article talks about was that book. “If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, ask whatever you wish, and it shall be […]

Share Button

How Long is Forever?

By Ada Brownell Grand Mesa near Grand Junction, Colo., is the largest flat-top mountain in the world. The mountain has 300 lakes that anglers claim are “bottomless.” In Carlsbad Caverns, early spelunkers named one yawning opening as “The Bottomless Pit.” Yet, we know those lakes and the pit end somewhere. Someone discovered the […]

Share Button

The Fig Tree

enclosed picture credit: c. by Lee Figenbaum used by permission. by: Lisa Lickel Mark 11:12-14, 20-26 It’s so unfair, a poor little fig tree and leafed out. Jesus tries to pick a fig to eat, but there aren’t any. It’s not even the time for figs. Jesus isn’t disappointed. He’s not sad […]

Share Button

Review of Topaz Treasure

Topaz Treasure by Valerie Comer About the book:  Join a geocaching adventure in the spectacular Lake of the Ozarks wilderness, with Lyssa, the reluctant volunteer whose former nemesis is now her chief sponsor; Madison, a city girl paired with an outdoorsy guy who gets on her very last nerve; cautious Reagan, who meets […]

Share Button

My 40-Day Fast From Marketing

by:  Precarious Yates Not every single year, but many years during the season of Lent I abstain from something for 40 days. This year, 2012, I took time off from promoting my own book, blogs, etc. What did I spend this new extra time doing? I read Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. And […]

Share Button

Review: A Bride’s Dilemma in Friendship, Tennessee

Review: A Bride’s Dilemma in Friendship, Tennessee by Diana Lesire Brandmeyer Reviewed by Valerie Comer On the heels of the Civil War, a dying man gave Doctor Travis Logan the deed to his Tennessee farm. The man’s brain must have been a bit addled, because he also offered Travis Heaven and Angel. Life […]

Share Button

Welcome: Amy McGuire

I’m so pleased to welcome Amy McGuire to our author spotlight…. Can you tell us a little about your background, Amy? I was born in Campbell River, B.C. and grew up the child of missionary parents in East Africa.  Due to my unique upbringing I have moved many times and experienced many cultures.  […]

Share Button

What Can Cemeteries Teach Us About Life?

by: Lisa Likel Ecclesiastes 1:1-11 The people of long ago are not remembered… (vs. 11) Walking through cemeteries is a favorite pastime of mine. As a historian, the gravestones call out to me, telling the story of who once breathed and walked and then died in this place. Sometimes the stories are poignant–drownings […]

Share Button
  • Book of the MONTH!

  • JOIN the GNF Facebook Reader Connection!

    Get news from GNF authors right to your FB feed!

    Click here to JOIN!

  • Read it FREE!

  • Don't Miss This One!

  • GNF Books ROCK!

  • Fantastic Christian Reads....

  • Read More, Live Better!