Tag Archives: Christianity

Fruit and Love by Julie Arduini

This fall I’ve been attending a small group that has been discussing principles gleaned from the movie, Overcomer. There has been so much great conversation there. The one main theme I’ve come away with is when it comes to our … Continue reading

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Review: The Pilgrim’s Progress Movie

One perk of writing/blogging is that publishers and agencies find me and ask if I’ll take a look/listen/watch at their product and share my thoughts. Over the years I’ve read amazing books, some not-so-amazing. I’ve enjoyed uplifting music, and watched … Continue reading

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The Broken Ornament by Julie Arduini

This season I have been working on my inside. As a woman with confident faith, I didn’t think that was anything I’d be dealing with, especially since this year was significantly better than years past. Funny thing about my plans. … Continue reading

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God’s Majesty Displayed… by Mary Alford

    Like a lot of people, I was excited to watch the solar eclipse, even though I knew there wouldn’t be much to see in Texas. So at the appointed time, my husband and I went outside and I took a couple … Continue reading

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High School Faith by Julie Arduini

I confess, I enjoyed school. I liked learning and for the most part, it came easy for me. If you exclude math and science. Anyway, I had a photographic memory and when I’d do my homework, I would retain a … Continue reading

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October Causes by Julie Arduini

Twenty-seven causes and awareness campaigns. That’s what I saw when I Googled this month and the awareness campaigns. I thought I would share a couple that are personal to me, and offer encouragement if those are your reality. National Bullying … Continue reading

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Gratitude by Kristen Heitzmann

There were these ten lepers who cried out to Jesus for mercy. It hurts to imagine people being eaten away by such a horrible disease. We can see them hollering for the kind of mercy a renowned healer could give. Jesus said, … Continue reading

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Those Super Feelings by Julie Arduini

I have a confession. I am a Superman superfan. Not quite in the Nicholas Cage department where I named my son Kal-El, but I remember watching the Christopher Reeve version as a child and becoming swept up in the story, … Continue reading

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Chase that Lion & Grow with God!

I recently read a book called, “In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day” by Mark Batterson. In the book, he encourages Christians to trust God and realize that the future God wants for them is hiding in … Continue reading

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Soul Food and the Heart-Weary Christian by Vicki Hinze

      It’s Holy Week.  Almost Easter.  A revered time for people of faith.  The most revered time for Christians.  Today, I need to chat.  That’s right, to chat.  I need to talk with like-minded people—people who believe.  My … Continue reading

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Beyond Sex Roles: The New Covenant Model

I hope your New Year has started with God’s goodness going before you and behind you. I send prayers for God’s favor to be with you throughout 2012! Jon, my husband, and I began the year singing praises to our … Continue reading

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