Tag Archives: blessings

A Writer’s Thanksgiving by Marilyn Turk

By Marilyn Turk As we approach Thanksgiving, I’m counting my blessings as a writer. So often we writers tend to look at where we have failed. We focus on the rejections, the wasted time, the unfinished projects, the guilt of … Continue reading

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March Blessings by Tara Randel

I’ve always loved the month of March. Here in Florida, the temperatures are warming up. The sunshine and clear skies make for beautiful days spent outside, allowing us to admire the handiwork of our Father. You can’t help but stand … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks by Tara Randel

Happy Thanksgiving! Here’s wishing you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving. My you find time to spend with those you love and count all the many blessings the Lord has bestowed upon you this year. While you’re enjoying a festive … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas from Tara Randel

To all of the wonderful readers of Christians Read, here is wishing you a blessed Christmas. May the wonder of Christ’s birth bring you, and your family, great joy and peace this holiday season. Also, have a safe and happy … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Wishes by Tara Randel

Here is wishing you and your family a special day of thanksgiving. As you enjoy the company of loved ones, never forget all the blessings God has graced you with over the years. I know I plan to think about … Continue reading

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When Life Isn’t Fair by Julie Arduini

Growing up, my sister and I spent time with favorite cousins. It was a respite of sorts from a chaotic season and the cousins offered zany moments and memories that are still fresh for me. My cousin, the father of … Continue reading

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Invisible Illness Awareness Reflections by Julie Arduini

Last week I dedicated most of my personal blog posts to Invisible Illness Awareness Week. I shared our experience with our daughter, a 12 year old who has been diagnosed with congenital hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s, and Albrights Hereditary Osteodystrophy. I also … Continue reading

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A Vacancy for Joy by Kristen Heitzmann

Recently a friend sent me this quote that has resonated on different levels. “I want my life to be an inviting guest room, where joy can walk in and stay awhile.” Ashley Wiersma She sent it because my house has been a fairly … Continue reading

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When Words Wound by Julie Arduini

2015 so far has had a lot of “stuff” I never saw coming. I’m a thinker and as I tried to process it all I realized everything I was dealing with was word related. When I thought even further I … Continue reading

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Delayed Fruit Tastes Sweeter by Julie Arduini

Happy New Year! I missed my last December post not remembering what day it was thanks to the holiday schedule. I was also basking in what had to be one of our best Christmas celebrations to date. After we had … Continue reading

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Trusting God by Julie Arduini

I’ve been hit and miss blogging here this summer. I’d love to say it’s because I’m hunkered down with re writes and marketing plans now that contracts are signed. Although there’s truth to that, our family has been on a … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Greetings

I know Thanksgiving isn’t until next week, but I wanted to take a moment to wish you and your family the best. Thanksgiving is a day to make memories as we spend time with family and friends. Or, as Julie … Continue reading

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What I Learned from the Book of Job by Julie Arduini

There was a wilderness season marked by sickness, death, and change. Just when I came up for air and felt a sense of normalcy, another event rocked everything I had ever taken for granted. A natural encourager, I was muted. … Continue reading

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