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Who’re You Going to Hate? (by Hannah Alexander)

  I’d like to think it isn’t in my nature to actually want to hate someone at all times, but really? Maybe it’s there. It’s easier, at times, to complain about someone or something than it is to praise. A … Continue reading

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Hacked and Stolen Accounts Happen to Everyday People by Vicki Hinze

It seems we’ve entered a new stage in America. As Christians, we didn’t ask for it, certainly don’t want it, but it is here all the same and thrust upon us. Late in the afternoon the day before Thanksgiving, my … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving by Bridget A. Thomas

Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. I am honored to be on the schedule today to share this wonderful day with you. In honor of this holiday, today I want to focus on 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 which says, … Continue reading

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Learning to Love by Kathy Carmichael

I’m still caught up in much of the fear from my last post, and as a result I found it difficult to choose a topic that appealed enough for discussion. In general, I’m quite a sunny person, so struggling with … Continue reading

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Stand firm…

“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” –John 16:33 These are unprecedented times. Even in WWII when it … Continue reading

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We Have a Choice by Bridget A. Thomas

It is no secret that complaining and negativity is rampant in our culture. It has been for a long time. Then 2020 came along, and our griping seemed to multiply overnight. But we don’t have to succumb to the pessimistic … Continue reading

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In All Things Give Thanks by Julie Arduini

When I write, anything from an email or a manuscript, I say a little prayer that God would give me the words. The other day I was responding to an email and I asked for words that would be just … Continue reading

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I’m a Traveler…

Do you know that song by Chris Stapleton? That’s become my life and this is a problem because I’m a homebody. I like the house. Home. Writing. My schedule. However, I chose to have four kids and they are all … Continue reading

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Fear by Kathy Carmichael

Fear. It’s a nasty four letter word, and a feeling that trips me up. It’s probably not surprising, given what’s going on in the world right now, I’ve been experiencing a lot of fear about the future. While the fear … Continue reading

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Look for the Good by Bridget A. Thomas

My husband and I love going to the mountains. In particular, we especially enjoy going to Cades Cove. This is located in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It is an eleven mile loop that you can drive through to … Continue reading

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Book Launch: Heaven and the Afterlife by Kathy Carmichael

Today is the official release launch date for my new Christian non-fiction book. For me, this book is both a source of pride and a source of fear. I’ve put myself out there for this book in a way I … Continue reading

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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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On the Move…

I’ll admit it, I don’t like change. I don’t like moving. I don’t like the thought of moving. I grew up in a very stable household. I lived in that house my entire life and I could ride my bike … Continue reading

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Change is Coming by Vicki Hinze

If you’re like most, you view much of what is going on (and has been for years) and you say, “They need to do something about that.”  Or you say, “Someone needs to fix that.”  You grumble, shake your head … Continue reading

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Stay in Your Lane by Bridget A. Thomas

I have been driving a little slower lately. It’s not that I used to drive terribly fast. However, I had a feeling of hurry on the inside. This stressed me out, I would get aggravated with the traffic, and I … Continue reading

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