All posts for the month July, 2015

Truth & Trust by Heather Bixler

Send to Kindle  As my husband handed my two youngest children’s birth certificates and social security cards to the receptionist, I wanted to snatch those two pieces of paper up and yell, “NO! They’re my babies! You can’t have them!”, and then run out of there as fast as I could! I know that may […]

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Love – Who Loves Most and Why by Cathy Bryant

Send to Kindle  Love isn’t always easy. In fact, it’s usually hard work. Sometimes I struggle with loving others the way God commands, until I pause to consider… What Is Love? If love were just a feeling the whole concept would be so much easier for us to manufacture. But true love isn’t just mushy […]

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Gems from Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes

Ps. 51:6 But you desire honesty from the heart, so you can teach me to be wise in my inmost being. Are you an honest person? You cannot be trusted beyond your level of honesty. An honest person tells the truth regardless whether or not it is convenient or self-serving. An honest person […]

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Things I’ve Learned Writing by Suzanne D. Williams

Readers often don’t see the big picture when it comes to an author’s style. I know I get reviews about books I wrote long ago where the critique is honest and even true, but at the time of their reading it, I’ve gone so far from that point that it’s no longer relevant. […]

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Perspective by Patricia PacJac Carroll

I’m sure when many of you were in school you had to read the poem, If, by Rudyard Kipling. I linked to it in case you didn’t or forgot the nuggets of truth it contained. The first line tells us not to be carried away when all have gone crazy and then turn […]

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Leaving a Legacy  by Christopher Shennan

A good friend of mine, Rod Guptil, announced one message in a series of sermons he was about to preach in the following way: “EVERYONE LEAVES A LEGACY. Not just the good and admirable leave legacies. Hitler, Jack the Ripper, Osama bin Laden all left legacies. You can’t choose ‘whether’ to leave a […]

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Gems from Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes

Ps. 48:9 O God, we meditate on your unfailing love as we worship in your Temple. What is the temple? It is God’s dwelling place. The temple of God has a three-fold meaning. It can be a building we worship in, it can be us, or it can be our Lord himself. It […]

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The Top Page

by:  Staci Stallings I wrote this article a few years ago when we were just beginning to see the light at the end of the long, dark tunnel of my son’s dyslexia. To this day, it brings me to tears to think of these precious moments with him as his world began to […]

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We wrote the book … and more! by Mary C. Findley

About a week ago, we exhibited at a homeschool convention, Appalachian Home Educators in Knoxville, TN. Got to meet a fellow author and online friend, Shawn Lamb. Her exhibit and ours seem to have been the only two booth promoting our own original works. Attendees who stopped by the booth kept saying, […]

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Ask the Animals by B. J. Robinson

Job: 12:7-9 But ask the animals, and they will teach you, or the birds of the air, and they will tell you; or speak to the earth, and it will teach you, or let the fish of the sea inform you. Which of all these does not know that the hand of the Lord […]

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