All posts for the month May, 2016

Gems from Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes

Ps. 107:8-9 Let them praise the LORD for his great love and for all his wonderful deeds to them. For he satisfies the thirst and fills the hungry with good things. Praise the Lord for His great love. He is love. There is enough love in the heart of God to love everyone […]

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Integrity & Writing by SUZANNE D. WILLIAMS

When I was originally going to write this blog, I had a list of “tired” storylines, plots that have been used and re-used, but I realized in scanning it, that much of what was listed was simply my opinion. Opinion, by definition, is simply a personal view. Thinking of it positively, it isn’t […]

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God’s Hope for Us by Staci Stallings

The following is a sermon preached in Staci Stallings’ brand new release, “Mirror, Mirror” available now… “In the words of St. Paul that Sister Phillis read so eloquently,” Pastor Steve said. “We hope for what we do not see, what we cannot see. Who hopes for something they already have, right? St. Paul, […]

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Author Interview: Valerie Comer

Today we are happy to interview Valerie Comer. Thank You Valerie for being here today and for agreeing to do this interview. In looking over your recent books, it’s clear you like farming and romance. That’s an interesting combination. Can you tell us how you arrived at it? They say to write what […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes

Ps. 103:15-17 Our days on earth are like grass, like wildflowers, we bloom and die. The wind blows, and we are gone–as though we had never been here. Look around you. People are dying every day. We are not invincible. We, like them, are going to die too. Life goes by so quickly. […]

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One Moment by Staci Stallings

This still amazes me—how I can pinpoint the one moment of my life that literally changed everything about everything I would live after that. One decision on which still swings the entire direction of my life and really even my eternity. I remember the decision was not an overly easy one. Oh, no. […]

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Author Interview: Leslie Ann McDaniel

Today we are speaking with Leslie Ann McDaniel. Thank you Leslie for being here today and for agreeing to do this interview. What genres do you most like to write in? Why? I started out being “genre-less”, not really sure where my writing fit in. Was it chick lit? Women’s fiction? Cozy mystery? […]

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Crowdfunding and Authors – An Opinion Part One by Parker J. Cole

Crowdfunding is a wonderful vehicle to get ideas started and generated. Instead of the practice of seeking well-heeled investors who want a giant chunk of the profits for your idea, you invite the general public and those potential well-heeled investors to see if they want to partake of your idea. The concept is […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes

Ps. 103:13-14 The LORD is like a father to his children, tender and compassionate to those who fear him. For he understands how weak we are; he knows we are only dust. Dear child of God, are you acting like a child? By that I mean, are you simply trusting in the Lord […]

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Vision, Planning, Courage by Staci Stallings

Recently I’ve taken a leadership role in a local church organization. When I first started, I didn’t realize the intense spiritual opposition that would be creating conflicts and obstacles with every step we tried to take forward. As I worked and worked through problem after problem, some small, some quite large, I became […]

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