All posts for the month June, 2018

Don’t Let the Callous Form

by Rebekah Beene One day a couple weeks ago I started having a tiny pain in the ball of my foot.  I couldn’t see a thing.  Finally, I could take it no longer and I asked Danny to look and see if he could find a cut or something.  He was able to […]

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Does Writing Get in the Way of Your “Real” Life?

by List M. Prysock Video Interview with Author Lisa M. Prysock Hello Friends!  We’re enduring a very hot and humid week here in Kentucky and I’m doing my best to stay cool in spite of the temperatures.  Our heat index was close to 100 degrees.  However, I got to be inside in the […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim as of 6/19/2018

by Jim Hughes Prov. 23:13-14 Don’t fail to correct your children. They won’t die if you spank them. Physical discipline may well save them from death. My dad did not always walk with the Lord, but he took these verses to heart. He was a strong disciplinarian while I was growing up. He […]

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Move Aside The Milk

by Tina Webb But Jesus said, “Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of heaven.” Matthew 19:14 Samuel was a child who heard the voice of God.  David was a teenager who sensed the call of God to be a warrior-intercessor.  Jesus was […]

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Faith’s Checkbook: Home Blessings Extended

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon Home Blessings Extended “The LORD shall bless thee out of Zion: and thou shalt see the good of Jerusalem all the days of thy life” (Psalm 128:5). This is a promise to the God-fearing man who walks in the ways of holiness with earnest heed. He shall have domestic […]

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Four steps for avoiding the pitfalls we face while writing with clarity and brevity

by Precarious Yates The secret to good writing is to write with both brevity and clarity. Along the road to this combination are a number of pitfalls to avoid. At the same time, there are myriad ways to achieve the goal. This clarity and brevity combo doesn’t mean that everything has to sound […]

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Gems from Pastor Jim as of 6/12/2018

by Jim Hughes Prov. 23:12 Commit yourself to instruction; attune your ears to hear words of knowledge. It takes a commitment to learn new things. It takes humility to recognize that you need to learn more things. It takes humility to accept the fact that you are not as knowledgeable as you would […]

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The Thinnest Thread

by Staci Stallings I think people who don’t write have a notion about how the process goes.  They think that a writer gets an idea, mostly fully formed, then they sit down and plot the book out, crafting all the twists and turns on paper before they ever start writing.  The writing is of course an idyllic […]

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Faith’s Checkbook: Wisdom for the Asking

by Charles Haddon Spurgeon “If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him” (James 1:5). If any of you lack wisdom. There is no “if” in the matter, for I am sure I lack it. What […]

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The Controller

by Sherry Chamblee There’s something about hurtling down a Los Angeles freeway at 70 miles per hour that creates such conflicting emotions in me.   If my hands are on the wheel, my foot on the gas pedal, I’m fine. The only nervousness comes from wondering what that big semi-truck is going to do […]

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