All posts for the month March, 2018

Welcome to Silverpines, Oregon

by Parker J. Cole Let me tell you about Silverpines, Oregon. It’s a town on the outskirts of Astoria. Mining and lumber are the primary money makers of this old western metropolis. All kinds of business, families, and peoples there.   That is, until two disasters level the town. The first earthquake hit the town, […]

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Lisa’s Irish Stew Recipe

by Lisa Prysock Hello friends and readers!  I’m guessing you’re all looking forward to spring as much as I am.  I hope you are well and hopefully you’ve enjoyed a cozy winter of reading some great books as we march into spring.  I shared this recipe in my newsletter this month of March […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 19:20Get all the advice and instruction you can, and be wise the rest of your life. There is nothing wrong with admitting you don’t know it all. There is always more to learn and understand about life and ourselves. Get all the advice and instruction you can. Seek out […]

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Christians And Books

by Suzanne D. Williams The very spring of our actions is the love of Christ. (2Co 5:14 PHILLIPS) There are Christian books and also Christian authors. These two can function together – a Christian author can write a Christian book. Or separately – a book is written by a Christian author. Neither one is right or wrong. A Christian […]

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Here My Cry … Listen To My Prayer, O God.

by B. J. Robinson Hear my cry, O God;  Listen to my prayer.  From the ends of the earth I call to you,  I call as my heart grows faint; Psalm 61:1-2  New beginnings burst forth with a shower of flowers, green grass, and tiny green leaves sprouting on trees. There is nothing like the […]

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Restored!

by Rebekah Beene Ever so often we find a movie that is truly outstanding. One of those movies is “Woman in Gold”. Only one outburst of curse words makes any movie better, but this movie is a wonderful reminder of goodness triumphing and a stellar portrayal of restoration following artwork looted from Jewish […]

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The First Step

by C. J. Peterson It’s always the first step that is the scariest. This applies to just about everything we do in life. Whether it’s sending the book up to the publisher for publication, deciding to move to the house you’ve always wanted, accepting the job that will require more responsibility, or even […]

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Writing What I Need to Know

by Precarious Yates There’s an old adage that says, “Write what you know.” While I understand the importance of this saying, I approach writing from a different paradigm. I write what I need to know. Many of the books I have written have taught me a lot. Last year, I released a book […]

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One Crazy Free Book Offer!

by Mary Findley Some of our readers have taken advantage of the free first book in my The Great Thirst serial archaeological mystery. It has a nice collection of reviews. However, I am working on a promotion for The Great Thirst Boxed Set, the complete seven-part series, and it has not been so […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 19:2 Zeal without knowledge is not good; a person who moves too quickly may go the wrong way. There are many people who are easily excitable and motivated. They are quick to jump on board and quick to fall off. They jump in with great gusto and are driven […]

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