All posts for the month July, 2016

Know Your Audience

by Suzanne D. Williams One of the biggest mistakes I see writers make is not first considering who they’re writing for. By way of example, I’ve written everything from young adult stories to historicals to romantic suspense. Each of these genres appeals to a different type of audience and requires a slightly different […]

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Book Sale Promo

by CL Wells Memoirs of a Girl Who Loves God is Now on Sale for $0.99 through August 4th. Fourteen-year-old Krystal finds herself flailing when her parents separate. Withdrawing from her family and friends, she begins cutting. No one knows. At her new school, she makes one single friend, Em, who invites her […]

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Quality Writing by Ruth O’Neil

Psalm 66:1 says, “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands.” That statement is repeated many times throughout the scriptures. If I had a list of misapplied verses, it would probably be a pretty long list, and that one would have a prominent place on it. We usually interpret “make a […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim by Jim Hughes

Ps. 119:9 How can a young person stay pure? By obeying your word and following its rules. How can anyone stay pure? Note first of all that the question is not, “How can a young person become pure?” nor is it, “Can a young person even be pure?”. We are made pure before […]

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The Sharpening Interview

by Parker J. Cole About a month and a half ago, I had the honor of being interviewed on a good friend of mine’s show entitled, ‘The Sharpening Report’. During the interview, we talked a lot about the rise of Christian Speculative fiction. With the popularity of speculative fiction in general, Christians whose […]

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Author Interview

by BJ Robinson Tell us about one of your book heroines. Alexis, called Lexie, in Siege of Azalea Plantation and Azalea Plantation vows to teach slaves to read even though it is dangerous and she’s warned against it. She’s also warned that it’s not wise to sharecrop her plantation when the war is […]

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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, […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Pastor Jim Hughes Ps. 118:24 This is the day the LORD has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it. We don’t know what is going to be in our day. For some of us, there will be great blessings from God. For some of us, there will be great difficulty […]

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Coming Soon: Conflict of the Ages Part V: The Ancient World by Mary C. Findley

Send to Kindle “We forget everything. What we remember is not what actually happened, not history, but merely that hackneyed dotted line they have chosen to drive into our memories by incessant hammering.” Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” George Orwell […]

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Reflection Of Hope

By: CJ Peterson They say that a “man can live about forty days without food, about three days without water, about eight minutes without air, but only for one second without hope.” Hope can be the difference between success and failure. You can withstand so much if you know you have people who […]

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