All posts tagged inspiration

The Challenging Art of Weaving a Story 11/18/2022

by Staci Stallings Every book is a challenge. Some are more challenging than others, and some are challenging in different ways than others. For example, when I wrote a book about a dancer, I had to do lots of research about dance. I had to learn terms and how to put specific movements […]

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Weekly Devotional: Gems from Pastor Jim 11/15/2022

by Jim Hughes  Ps. 34:11-14 Come, my children, and listen to me, and I will teach you to fear the LORD. Do any of you want to live a life that is long and good? Then watch your tongue! Keep your lips from telling lies! Turn away from evil and do good. Work […]

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CrossReads Weekly Devotional: Carry It All With You 11/14/2022

Send to Kindle by Rebekah Beene At the women’s conference I recently attended, there were people at the door into the auditorium who let everyone know that they could not take anything but water inside. That was understandable as it was carpeted.  People had to discard their drinks before they could enter. Oh beloved, aren’t […]

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Of Elements & Experiments 11/11/2022

by Staci Stallings If you took high school Chemistry, you may recall how in lab you were given assignments in which you took various chemicals, mixed them a certain way, and their bonding created a different substance. Theoretically you could take 2 hydrogen atoms and mix them with 1 oxygen atom, and the […]

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When Light of Jerusalem Shines 11/8/2022

by Robin MacKinley Arise, Jerusalem! Let your light shine for all to see. For the glory of the LORD rises to shine on you. Isaiah 60:1 On the world front, Jerusalem gets quite a bit of attention. But it hasn’t been much of a bright spot in the world. Isaiah prophesied that will […]

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CrossReads Weekly Devotional: We’re all a little hungry. More than a little… 11/7/2022

Send to Kindle by Precarious Yates Matthew 5:6 “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied.” One look at the world around us can give us a yearning for things to be right, because things feel so wrong. War. Hunger. Shortages. Sickness. Conflicts build upon each other with no […]

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Verse of the Day and Devotional 11/1/2022

Send to Kindle November 1st, 2022 Scripture Then Mary said, “I praise the Lord with all my heart. I am very happy because God is my Savior.” – Luke 1:46-47 ERV Devotion Can you imagine? A young woman just heard from an angel that she will be pregnant without the intimacy of a man but through […]

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CrossReads Weekly Devotional: Gems from Pastor Jim 10/31/2022

Send to Kindle by Jim Hughes  Ps. 34:8 Taste and see that the LORD is good. Oh, the joys of those who trust in him! Open your mouth and fill it with the things of God. Chew on the riches of His grace. Feast on the love He has for you. Let Him fill you […]

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Meet Maggie Montgomery 10/28/2022

by Staci Stallings We at Christian Ereader News would like to welcome Maggie Montgomery.  Maggie is the new nanny for billionaire Conrad Ayers’ children. CEN:  Thanks for coming today, Maggie. Maggie:  Thank you for having me. CEN:  Tell us a little about your new job. Maggie:  Oh, well, my new job is great.  […]

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God of All 10/25/2022

by Suzanne D. Williams God writes fiction. God writes romance novels. He writes crime drama. He writes battle scenes.  He not only writes it. He sells it. He promotes it. There are thousands of wonderful Christian authors, traditionally published and self-published, struggling to perfect their craft, and the Spirit of God delights in […]

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