Category Archives: Kathy Carmichael

When Life Gives You Lemons by Kathy Carmichael

That old saying about making lemonade when life gives you lemons has been in my mind for the past several days. In my case, it seems it’s more like making lemon cookies. Around four years ago, I suffered from major … Continue reading

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Rainbows and Rainy Days by Kathy Carmichael

I dreamed about rainbows last night. No, I didn’t dream about leprechauns and pots of gold, although when I was a child that would have been front and center in my thoughts. My sisters and our friends and I used … Continue reading

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Christians Read Book Club! New!!! by Kathy Carmichael

We are so excited! Have you heard about our new Book Club? Click this link to learn more! We will have monthly chats on Zoom to discuss the month’s featured book, and most of the time you will meet the … Continue reading

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New Christians Read Book Club by Kathy Carmichael

We are very pleased to announce that we are in the process of establishing a new Christians Read Book Club! If you enjoy reading Christian Fiction or Nonfiction and Clean Reads, this book club is for you! The plan is … Continue reading

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Future You to Younger You by Kathy Carmichael

Three of my sisters and I were chatting (texting) today about all sorts of subjects. We talked about our health. We discussed how much we miss each other. We talked jobs and work and retirement. Eventually we got around to … Continue reading

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God is Good by Kathy Carmichael

When I joined this blog, I was told I could write about things in my daily life as a Christian. This makes the topics I can explore extremely broad, which is a help, given that I’m interested in exploring so … Continue reading

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I’m a Good Person (or Trying to Be) by Kathy Carmichael

I’m a good person. Or I like to think I am. I think it’s important to be as good of a person as I possibly can be. I don’t always make it. I can’t always live up to my standards. … Continue reading

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Taking Love for Granted by Kathy Carmichael

My husband and I have been together for forty-five years (and yes, I’ve been trying to convince anyone who’ll listen that I was only five when we began dating, but to no avail. But I was a child bride. Really. … Continue reading

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Happiness is … by Kathy Carmichael

I’ve found that the times I was happiest in my life were those times when I felt the most secure and confident. Continue reading

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Secondhand Prayer by Kathy Carmichael

I’ve been following the story of a lovely young couple who have a terminally ill child. This couple, while sweet and appealing, is agnostic or atheist. They have appealed to believers to pray for their child because they don’t believe … Continue reading

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Hallelujah by Kathy Carmichael

Back in the seventies (I never thought I’d begin a sentence like that), churches were for the most part very traditional, unlike today’s churches which feature live bands, and contemporary Christian music, and lots of things that are unique to today’s church experiences. Okay, back in the seventies (it was lots of fun to say that so I needed to type it again), I was a member of a youth group at a nearby Methodist church. Continue reading

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