All posts tagged Christ

21 Ways to Celebrate Gratitude During Thanksgiving This Holiday Season

Guest post by Shelley Hitz  Thanksgiving season is soon approaching and this year, I encourage you to take the opportunity to celebrate gratitude.  In the midst of the hustle and bustle of this holiday season, take a moment (or two) to celebrate gratitude. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JazG_ISjpa0] Here is a list of the 21 Ways.  Read […]

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Praying For Salvation

By June Foster   Is there anyone in your life – friend or family – that you’d love to see come to salvation? Have you been praying for this person for what seems like forever, and sometimes you ask God if He really hears your prayers? I have. And I’d like to encourage […]

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Interview with Vicki Tiede

Today we welcome author Vicki Tiede to discuss her latest book When Your Husband is Addicted to Pornography: Healing Your Wounded Heart. Welcome, Vicki. They say, “write what you know.” How did this book come about for you? This is my story. In my first marriage, my husband regularly engaged with pornography. I […]

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All I Want

Author  Chanz’e Witcher presents us with her new book, “All I want”     All I Want just took center stage and was released on October 16, 2012.  The ultimate mission behind this spiritual children’s series is to show the children the way to overcome the challenges they find themselves surrounded by today.  […]

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For the Over 55

By June Foster Caution: This message is for those over 55 only.   Sometimes I feel like the faded carnations I had to toss in the garbage because they were wilted and brown on the edges. But then I took one last whiff of the discolored petals. The aroma was divine despite their […]

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What does the Bible say about love?

by Joana Melisia James Is love an emotion, a feeling, something you can fall in and out of at will? Does it happen by chance, or do you choose to make it happen?   The best definition I have ever heard of love came from my Pastor several years ago and it struck a […]

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Accountability: Two are Better Than One

Have you ever had an accountability partner?  I recently contacted another author about being my writing accountability partner.  We have a private Facebook group where we post our writing goals each week.  This does two things:  first it forces me to write out my goals and secondly it provides motivation as I know […]

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Maximize Your Book Sales and Exposure by Using Your Free Author Central Account

By Shelley Hitz, www.Self-Publishing-Coach.com Did you know that Amazon gives you a free tool to help you in your book marketing efforts? I did NOT know about this tool in the first two years of my publishing journey and I wish I had because I know it would have helped me sell more […]

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Of Waterpots and New Wine

By Staci Stallings And on the third day there was a wedding in Cana of Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there; and Jesus was also invited, and His disciples, to the wedding.  And when the wine gave out, the mother of Jesus said to Him, “They have no wine.”  And Jesus […]

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Designer Religion

By Mary Findley Religious liberalism probably finds its roots in Thomas Jefferson. He accepted moral teaching from the Bible but denied the supernatural. The very similar classic Unitarian Universalist position led to Higher Criticism, a denial of the Bible’s historical accuracy and spiritual authority. This gave rise to Charles Augustus Briggs, who openly […]

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