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What Makes Us Sing?

by Ada Brownell Music is one of my first memories. My older siblings and finally, Mama and Daddy, gave their lives to Christ shortly after I was born. They had recently escaped the Kansas droughts, the Dust Bowl, and the Great Depression and moved to a 10-acre irrigated farm in Fruita, Colorado. The […]

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A Miracle for Mari

By Suzanne D Williams I wrote A MIRACLE FOR MARI thinking of a sixteen-year-old girl I know in a similar circumstance, and in considering her, I had a revelation. Mary, the mother of Jesus, was the same age. This deeply affected my heart because judgment today for this girl who I love is […]

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Spirit fall

Spirit fall Spirit fall Holy Spirit fall Fall on me In this song, Chris Tomlin asks for the Holy Spirit to fall on him. He wants the Holy Spirit alive in him. Let’s look at the Holy Spirit for a minute, so we know what Chris Tomlin wants. In Acts 1:8, Luke tells […]

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A Striking Observation for Writers

by Mary C. Findley Ecclesiastes 12: 11-12 The words of wise men are like goads, and masters of these collections are like well-driven nails; they are given by one Shepherd. But beyond this, my son, be warned: the writing of many books is endless, and excessive devotion to books is wearying to the […]

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The Use of AS and WHEN

Suzanne D. Williams   There are a couple phrases I try stridently to avoid, especially when writing fiction. I want to cover two because these are the ones I see most often. They are also the hardest to dodge, but I have found that my use of them is the “cheap way out.” […]

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CrossReads Book Blast: Found Adrift by Pauline Creeden

Send to Kindle Found Adrift By Pauline Creeden About the Book Welcome fellow drifter. I don’t know about you, but I’m easily distracted. If God set me in a rowboat on the water and told me to pay attention and not let myself drift too far from the shoreline, I’m sure I’d be in the […]

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Blessed by Another

By June Foster My husband and I are new in our church, Locust Fork Baptist. Since my husband is retired and loves the Lord, he wanted to become involved in a ministry. Of course he’s a gregarious extravert and loves working with people. He found the perfect ministry – the committee that does […]

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Are Mystery Novels An Endangered Species?

I love to read mystery and suspense novels as well as to write them. Lately, I’m sensing a problem with the genre. TECHNOLOGY! Will technology be the end of the good old-fashioned mystery novel? I hope not, but it certainly means changes are happening whether we like it or not. I’ve been working […]

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Enthusiasm

By  Staci Stallings Ever since reading The Ragamuffin Gospel by Brennan Manning, I have been having a lot of fun.  Why?  Because I let go of “I have to. . .” and started letting God dictate what went on the schedule for any given day.  Let me tell you, that will open doors […]

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The Life of a Cowboy

By Staci Stallings One of the most interesting things I’ve witnessed as an author is that not only does each story have an internal story–what it’s about, who the characters are, what happens, but each story also has its own “life story.”  The story of how it came to be and its journey […]

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