All posts for the month May, 2017

Time to Say Goodbye Excerpt

by Parker J. Cole Though tears blurred Gargi’s sight, they could not mask the massive form as it stood outside the curtains. Hastily she swiped at her eyes. “What did you just say?” she repeated. The man, hidden somewhat behind the drapes pushed them aside and stepped inside the secluded space. The area […]

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Freedom and Bondage

by Sherry Chamblee The peace of bygone years, when uncovered, shows us that in reality those years were full of corruption. It was peaceful only because evil deeds were being kept out of the limelight. Then when someone comes in and disrupts that peace while rooting out the corruption, we complain about the […]

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A Review Revisited

by Paula Rose This review appeared on Books-N-Reviews on Publishers Marketplace by Paula Rose http://www.publishersmarketplace.com/members/booksnreviews/ Publisher: Harvest House Publishers | Published: March 1, 2015 | Format: eBook (226 pages), Paperback (224 pages), and Hardcover (351 pages) | ASIN: B00TG0KA3M, 9780736961677, and 9781410474650 | Series: Sisters of Mercy Flats | Origin: NetGalley Cover: Courtesy […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 3:21-23 My child, don’t lose sight of good planning and insight. Hang on to them, for they fill you with life and bring you honor and respect. They keep you safe on your way and keep your feet from stumbling. Most of us are not good planners. We react […]

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Devotional for May 8, 2017

by Mark Malcolm The passage for this week recounts the very brief ending of the Jews surviving Haman’s efforts to exterminate them. This marked the beginning of the Jewish festival of Purim. This even also marked a Jewish revival in scripture reading (the Torah) and of their nation returning to God. Every year […]

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Does Jesus Live? Resurrection: Evidence, or Proof?

by Ada Brownell I imagine you’ve read or heard the true stories about someone taken to the morgue, and then a hand moves, an eye opens, or a leg lifts, and the person is alive. Perhaps you were one of the hundreds who went to the movie or purchased Heaven is For Real, […]

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Holding On

by Deborah Heal When I started writing Holding On, my soon-to-be-published contemporary Christian romance, I thought it was going to be a simple retelling of the beautiful, redemptive story of Ruth and Boaz. But as I wrote, a secondary plot about a church in turmoil also unfolded. There was too much of that […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 3:11-12 My child, don’t ignore it when the LORD disciplines you, and don’t be discouraged when he corrects you. For the LORD corrects those he loves, just as a father corrects a child in whom he delights. We never get too old to be disciplined by the Lord. We […]

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The Rustic Knoll Bible Camp series for Tweens/Teens …

by Mary L. Hamilton (and anyone else who remembers going to camp)  “I don’t want you living with me anymore!” Mom’s parting words before leaving him at summer camp stun Brady McCaul (13). What had he done to earn her sudden rejection? Was she really sending him to live with his workaholic dad—the […]

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