Tag Archives: Faith

Reaching Out in Faith by Nancy J. Farrier

My dad was terrified of snakes. Growing up in Indiana, he said the big black snakes in the barn would chase him. I have no idea if this was true or his youthful imagination, but those snakes left a mark … Continue reading

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I Miss You, Paula Kay – by Kathy Carmichael

Earlier this month my older sister, Paula Kay Carmichael, passed away. We thought it was amusing that we each married Carmichael men. My husband was born in Scotland, hers in Arkansas, but they had to be distant cousins since the … Continue reading

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It’s the Who that Gets You Through by Julie Arduini

For the last couple weeks my sister and I have been perusing social media and watching videos. There has been so much information out there concerning our nation and her past, her presidents, their choices, and our future. Heady stuff. … Continue reading

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Captivity and Trust by Nancy J. Farrier

Do you have a favorite scripture you cling to in times of stress? Most of us do. Most of us have more than one. Scripture is comforting in times of trouble. Comforting when there is uncertainty and unrest in our … Continue reading

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Speak Faith by Bridget A. Thomas

During this time of year, like many people, I enjoy reading about the birth of Jesus. I was recently reading through the book of Luke. Luke 1 gives us a lot of details that lead up to Jesus’ birth, details … Continue reading

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Breakthrough or Breakup by Julie Arduini

It’s a rite of passage for authors. The one-star review/rating. The dread of it kept me from writing for publication for decades. Yes, decades. In my young adult years I was tied to what people thought of me. It kept … Continue reading

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The Chain Yanker by Julie Arduini

The Chain Yanker My son texted me and let me know his school was canceling his student teaching assignment because he was missing a needed class. He’d checked with his advisor throughout his college career and was told more than … Continue reading

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Never Alone by Bridget A. Thomas

Abandoned, alone, and afraid. I imagine that is how Hagar felt in Genesis 21. She had only followed orders. And now in a sudden twist, she and her son had been kicked out. They were alone in the desert. They … Continue reading

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Life’s Curveballs by Julie Arduini

Julie’s note: As only God can, as soon as this post first appeared at Inspy Romance, He threw a major curveball that I’m still working through. While I do, I thought I’d share this with you. *** When it comes … Continue reading

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The Power of the Decree by Julie Arduini

I hate snakes. I absolutely, 1000% want nothing to do with them. Ever. You can thank my childhood neighbor for that. He thought it would be fun one summer to tell me there was a snake so I’d look. Until … 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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Fear of a Child by Julie Arduini

I know Jesus talked about the faith of a child, and that’s a goal we all should strive for. Today I thought I’d talk about the fear of a child. Not the child who hears thunder at midnight or believes … 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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A Faith Boost by Bridget A. Thomas

Over the last few weeks I have been talking about faith. We all want to have strong faith, but it is not always easy. Now, more than ever, we need to stand strong in faith. One key element of faith … Continue reading

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The Secret to Strong Faith by Bridget A. Thomas

Over the last few weeks, I have been talking about faith. I hope you have gotten some insight out of the posts. But perhaps you still have your doubts. Maybe the Lord is asking you to take a step forward, … Continue reading

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