All posts for the month July, 2014

Learning To Grow by Naty Matos

Growing is a part of life, but not always an easy one. Physically, it’s a very basic process…as the time goes by and as long as we are generally healthy it will happen without our intervention. Emotional and spiritually growth requires a little bit more intervention. Part of the spiritual growth requires that […]

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CrossReads Book Blast for Robin Merrill

Send to Kindle The Jesus Diet: How the Holy Spirit Coached Me to a 50-Pound Weight Loss By Robin Merrill About the Book: In The Jesus Diet: How the Holy Spirit Coached Me to a 50-Pound Weight Loss, Author/Poet Robin Merrill shares her weight loss experiences through 30 Bible devotions designed to inspire others to […]

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How To: Creating Chapters by SUZANNE D. WILLIAMS

Send to Kindle There are different methods of creating book chapters. Some authors write the entire story then go back and break things up. Others outline the story in advance and so know exactly where the chapters end. Frankly, I can’t do either one. The latter because I’m a seat-of-the-pants writer, the former because I […]

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Reflections: Would God Endorse My Books? by Tina Webb

Send to Kindle “If you’ve seen Me, you’ve seen the Father.” The guest speaker at my church last week declared these words from the stage. Then he asked if our lives so conformed to Biblical principle, so reflected Jesus Christ, so yielded to the Spirit which dwells in us, that people could see the reality […]

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WHO DETERMINES WHAT IS APPROPRIATE CHRISTIAN FICTION? by Parker J. Cole

Send to Kindle I have learned a lot since I began hosting my show a year ago. The opportunity to speak to dozens of Christian writers from all faith walks has been an enriching and rewarding experience. A plethora of ideas loom in the minds of these great writers and their execution of their craft […]

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Gems from Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes

Send to Kindle Ps. 19:9b-11 The laws of the LORD are true; each one is fair. They are more desirable than gold, even the finest gold. They are sweeter than honey, even honey dripping from the comb. They are a warning to those who hear them; there is great reward for those who obey them. […]

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Up a Tree By Allison Kohn

Send to Kindle There was an old black bear rug hanging on the wall in the basement. When the children asked where it came from and why it was there the old folks said, “That’s the bear Rob killed with a 22”. Now even a child knows you can’t kill a bear with a 22”; […]

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Character Interview With Jonathan of The Baron’s Ring by Mary C. Findley

Send to Kindle Character interview with Jonathan of The Baron’s Ring Q: What is your relationship to Prince Tristan of Parangor? A: I came to the capital city to be a squire to the prince. I was supposed to help him learn swordplay and warcraft. However, he preferred books and study, while I became accomplished […]

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You Can Make A Difference by Natalie Buske Thomas

Send to Kindle In my heart of hearts I’ve always been an artist. I was also a hard worker and a student of Scripture. I won a Bible from my church when I was five years old for memorizing Psalm 23. I was an AWANA scholar and attended scholarship camp three years running. As a teen […]

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CrossReads Book Blast: A Nation Under Judgment by Richard Capriola

Send to Kindle A Nation Under Judgment By Richard Capriola About the Book: A Nation Under Judgment defines wisdom as “the ability to see things from God’s point of view.” It reviews our nations social polices, including hunger, poverty, the environment, marriage, homelessness as well as others, from a Scriptural point of view. It empowers […]

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