All posts tagged Christian authors

Accomplishments for 2014 by Russell Sherrard and various other authors.

This is a yearly post of the accomplishments over the course of the preceeding year. As I was looking over each of the entries we all have accomplished quite a lot. Looking at them collectively, we accomplished a monumental amount. Click on each of the images to go to the authors Amazon page […]

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Lima Beans with Legs

By Laura J. Marshall Recently a friend private messaged me a picture on Facebook. It was of a double layer cake decorated with webs and spiders. I quickly tapped her out a message, typing one word at a time with a return in between to get the photo off my screen.   The […]

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Pointing To Christ

By Heather Hart Today, my little boy turns 9. His birthday is always easier than his older brothers, but it’s still no less hard for me as a mom to realize that he won’t be little forever. 9 years ago he was born. So little and pure. Yet, as a mom, I have […]

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By Ada Nicholson Brownell   Today I completed going through the proof of my new book, Imagine the Future You. Hopefully, it’s the last edit I’ll need to do. Info for the book, written for teens and young adults, had been hanging around my desk and computers since the early1990s. The book grew […]

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Park & Pray

By Joy DeKok Because you are my help, I sing in the shadow of your wings. Psalm 63:7 (NIV) When my heart hurts, and it’s warm outside, we ride. With Sophie and Tucker riding shotgun, hot coffee or cold water (sometimes when it’s really bad, both), my cell phone (in case of an […]

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Digging Up Graves!

Send to Kindle“For you died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God.” (Col. 3:3 NKJV)   I died!   Yup. I died.   The old self? Buried. Left behind. Forgotten.   “My old self has been crucified with Christ.” (Gal. 2:20a NLT)   Calvary’s cross lays atop that grave of the old me […]

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By Suzanne D. Williams One of the hardest things a writer learns to deal with is the judgment of others. After all, we pour our heart out on the page, each word a symbol of the time and diligence we’ve dedicated to our craft.   Speaking personally, there isn’t a comment I haven’t […]

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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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Call of the Wild

By Joy DeKok When I hear their distant calls to each other as they fly in formation over our home, I’m immediately ready for one of my favorite outings; a visit to the park to feed the giant Canada geese. I am exhilarated by their presence on all sides of me, even after […]

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Penny For Your Thoughts

An excerpt from A Mom’s Battle Cry to Overcome Fear By Laura J. Marshall The other day, I was driving the car and I heard a very loud buzzing in the back seat. Over the past year, I have had two experiences where large bees have flown into the car. Those memories assailed […]

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