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Becoming Your Best Self

Last week I wrote about the importance of being real and genuine. (You can read the entire post here.) In a nutshell, I said that I feel many people today, including myself, walk around with a virtual mask on. We … Continue reading

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Pick a Book, Any Book…

The best thing about writing is connecting with other writers.  Other book nerds who get what it’s like to live in your head much of the time.  I’ve just recently moved states and I’ve been having trouble finishing a book. … Continue reading

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The Nonexistent Picture That Caused Me to Reflect

Several of us went out to lunch on one particular afternoon. We all had a nice visit with one another, and enjoyed good food as well. It was a treat and a blessing all the way around. I wanted a picture … Continue reading

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Giving God Your Whole Heart by Bridget A. Thomas

Do you want to have a stronger relationship with God in 2020? Do you long to draw closer to the Lord? If so, I invite you to check out my book Giving God Your Whole Heart. God is always there, … Continue reading

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Remembering Christmas by Yvonne Lehman

  Christmases . . . and the many stories about Christmas, considered good, bad, happy, sad, as a child, an adult, with family, with groups, alone, overworked, Santa, Jesus, traditions, poverty, plenty, receiving, giving…   My thoughts linger for a while on … Continue reading

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New Year Reflection

Reflection is one of my favorite things to do when we embark on a New Year. I like to look back on the year that is ending to see the wonderful events that occurred throughout the year. This could include … Continue reading

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Starting Over

Starting over is never easy. Whether it’s a career, a move, the end of a relationship, a church breakup, an unexpected tragedy — it’s never easy.  I thought the drama of life would be over at my age, but that’s … Continue reading

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Hidden Motive by Hannah Alexander

Can Dr. Sable Chamberlin and mystery man Paul Murphy stop a killer and fall in love at the same time? Christy Award winner Hannah Alexander’s novel, Hidden Motive, takes us into a world of wonder beneath the ice-covered surface of … Continue reading

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One Word for the Year

Happy New Year! I can’t believe it is 2020. I always love starting a new year. It feels like a clean slate, a blank page, a fresh start. I believe this is a great opportunity to make changes in our … Continue reading

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CONQUER YOUR BEAR THIS NEW YEAR’S EVE by Vicki Hinze

  This year we’re celebrating New Year’s Eve with a group of people we dearly love.  That holds a reliable promise for a lot of fun and laughter.  Hubby and I are really looking forward to it. But every year, … Continue reading

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Nora’s Review of: Land of Silence by Tessa Afshar

  Land of Silence By Tessa Afshar Tyndale Publishers ISBN#978-1-4964-0646-0 389 Pages       NORA’S REVIEW: This story grabbed my heart from the beginning, “When I think of the ruin my life has become, the slow wrecking of the … Continue reading

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Keeping the Christmas Spirit All Year Long

I know Christmas is over, but I don’t want to let go. It’s like this every year. It seems to come and go so quickly. Before you know it, it’s gone. I want to back up and savor those Christmas … Continue reading

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Joy to the World

But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the … Continue reading

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Peace on Earth

While they were there, the time came for the baby to be born, and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no guest room available … Continue reading

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Love Endures All Things…

It’s the season of Hallmark movies and tender romances.  Who can resist the sweetness of a gentle love story with Santa?  Boy meets girl.  Girl moves to hometown and bakes.  For some reason, she always has to bake.  And love … Continue reading

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