All posts for the month April, 2015

Redeeeming Lily by Patricia PacJac Carroll

Send to Kindle Click on the image to go to the Amazon page. Lilly kept her eyes forward, her chin up, and her heart encased in stone as the ‘good’ sheriff led her to the train station. She’d been run out of more saloons and towns than she had fingers to count. Didn’t matter. She’d […]

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Gems from Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes

Send to Kindle Ps. 34:17 The LORD hears his people when they call to him for help. He rescues them from all their troubles. Sometimes we get so caught up in our circumstances of life that God seems so far away. The more suffering we experience, the more doubts we have that God is near […]

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Pink by Suzanne D. Williams

The first YA I ever wrote, ME & TIMOTHY COOPER, set me on a path I didn’t expect to take in writing. I never thought it’d be so well received or would spawn so many more teenage romance stories. It’s been fun, and I can say, although I write many genres, I always […]

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CROSSROADS: A New Christian Contemporary Romance by Cathy Bryant

Send to Kindle CROSSROADS a Miller’s Creek novel A soldier battles for the soul of a prodigal… A bitter single mom and atheist starts her own real estate company in the nostalgic and picturesque town of Miller’s Creek, Texas. Then her young daughter’s disturbing symptoms lead doctors to discover that her leukemia has relapsed. With […]

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Gems from Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes

Send to Kindle Ps. 34:11-14 Come, my children, and listen to me, and I will teach you to fear the LORD. Do any of you want to live a life that is long and good? Then watch your tongue! Keep your lips from telling lies! Turn away from evil and do good. Work hard at […]

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The Necessity of an Unchanging God by Parker J. Cole

People change. It is a well-known fact. From the earliest moments after conception till we are lowered in the ground, we are in a constant state of change. The wonder of our early years fades away into the search for identity from our teenage years and young adulthood via crafts, careers, or higher […]

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New Christian contemporary romance released 4/15/15 by B. J. Robinson

One moonlit night eight summers ago, Callie and Connor fell deeply in love on the banks of a tranquil river. Opposite worlds collide when he asks her to marry him. Is it true, what they say, about leaving the past in the past so it can’t steal your future, or will Connor prove […]

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Gems from Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes

Send to Kindle Ps. 34:9-10 Let the LORD’s people show him reverence, for those who honor him will have all they need. Even strong young lions sometimes go hungry, but those who trust in the LORD will never lack any good thing. We are to show the Lord reverence. This means that we are to […]

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I Can’t… But He Can by Staci Stallings

I believe one of the biggest challenges I’ve had in learning to be a Sower of Jesus Seed has been in the realm of stepping back from what “I’m called to do.” You see, I used to take an idea like sowing God’s Word as something of a mandate or a requirement. It […]

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12 years of hope by Kari Trumbo

Mark 5:25-34 God’s Word Translation In the crowd was a woman who had been suffering from chronic bleeding for twelve years. Although she had been under the care of many doctors and had spent all her money, she had not been helped at all. Actually, she had become worse. Since she had heard […]

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