All posts for the month June, 2017

Creating Another Generation of Authors – Interviewing Young Authors

by Parker J. Cole *originally posted on the Write Stuff blog I was honored to be invited again by the Michigan Reading Association to interview a new crop of young authors.  The MRA allowed me this opportunity last year and you can listen to the details of that experience here. If I thought for […]

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Finding God in the Storm

by Lisa M. Prysock Each of us journey through storms and difficult seasons in our lives.  Sometimes we feel abandoned during these times; but the truth is, He is patiently waiting for us in the storms and in every difficult situation when we cry out to Him and reach out for Him.  I […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 10:14 Wise people treasure knowledge, but the babbling of a fool invites trouble. How well do you treasure knowledge? When you treasure knowledge, you put great value on it. He who treasures knowledge is not satisfied with what he already knows. He always is pursuing greater understanding. He knows […]

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Dear Reader

by Suzanne D. Williams Dear Reader, I am writing this to clarify a few things regarding books and writing, specifically how we see it from an author’s point of view. You see, I was one of you once, full of opinions about what I read and sure that the writer needed to hear […]

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A “To God” List

by Mary C. Findley Yesterday in our Sunday school class we were talking about the true meaning of the Sabbath. Some people believe the Sabbath is obsolete because it was part of the law. But Jesus kept the Sabbath, and never said we shouldn’t. He often said, however, that the Sabbath was made […]

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A Woman’s War

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon The Lord shall sell Sisera into the hand of a woman. (Judges 4:9) Rather an unusual text, but there may be souls in the world that may have faith enough to grasp it. Barak, the man, though called to the war, had little stomach for the fight unless Deborah […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 9:10 Fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom. Knowledge of the Holy One results in understanding. To fear the Lord means we respect who He is, we revere Him, we regard Him, and we have a revulsion for sin. I don’t believe there is as much respect […]

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Blood That Is Thicker Than Skin

by Precarious Yates Why does Jesus’ blood speak a better word that Abel’s? I mean, we know He’s the Son of God, but is there another reason it’s better? When Cain killed Abel, Abel’s blood cried out from the ground. Perhaps it wasn’t crying for revenge, but it was at least crying out […]

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Feeding It Makes It Grow

by Sherry Chamblee Scientists say that we create pathways in our brains – we teach our own brains how to think. Someone who’s constantly feeling judged is telling themselves that everyone around them is judging them, and is training their brain to think that way. They’re training their minds to believe they’re judged […]

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He Constantly Abides

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon For the Lord will not forsake his people for his great name’s sake; because it hath pleased the Lord to make you his people. (1 Samuel 12:22) God’s choice of His people is the reason for His abiding by them and not forsaking them. He chose them for His […]

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