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by Ruth O’Neil Years ago I prayed for wisdom about a certain situation. Now, pray for wisdom doesn’t have quite the same results as those who prefer faith or patience (which we should all do time to time), but it definitely opened my eyes to see surprising things. Praying for wisdom has become almost a constant […]

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A Choice of a Lifetime

by BJ Robinson Listen, my dear brothers: Has not God chosen those who are poor in the eyes of the world to be rich in faith and to inherit the kingdom he promised those who love him? James 2:5 Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in […]

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Walking in Purpose

by Paulette Harper How can I live in my purpose? While it is important to define what purpose is, I believe purpose must start with God. When I began to recognize my purpose for living, I realized it was about producing a life that was fulfilling, complete, and satisfying. As a believer in Christ, I believe that I am in a place where I am fulfilling […]

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A Review Revisited: Blood of a Stone

by Paula Rose This review appeared on Books-N-Reviews on Publishers Marketplace by Paula Rose Publisher: Tuscany Press, LLC | Published: March 17, 2015 | Format: eBook (392 pages), Paperback (392 pages), and Hardcover (392 pages) | ASIN: B00TKHQ15C, ISBN: 9781936855315, and 9781936855308 | Origin: NetGalley Cover: Courtesy of Tuscany Press Thoughts: Inside Jeanne Lyet Gassman’s Blood of a […]

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Seeing is More than Believing

by Mary Hamilton Did you know that if you’re deprived of sight when very young, you lose more than your ability to see? A child learns depth perception by reaching for things he sees, crawling, climbing, and yes, falling. For most of us, this happens organically as we grow and our brain develops. […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim

by Jim Hughes Prov. 10:17 People who accept correction are on the pathway to life, but those who ignore it will lead others astray. Let’s face it; all of us need correction. No one is beyond the need to be disciplined and straightened out in our thinking. No one ever lives a faultless […]

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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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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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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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A Review Revisited: Covert Justice

by Paula Rose This review appeared on Books-N-Reviews on Publishers Marketplace by Paula Rose Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense | Published: June 1, 2015 | Format: eBook (224 pages) and Paperback (224 pages) | ASIN: B00R0F8QOU and ISBN: 9780373446773 | Origin: Purchase  Cover: Courtesy of Love Inspired Suspense Thoughts: Inside COVERT JUSTICE, author Lynn Huggins Blackburn grabs […]

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