Tag Archives: love

Wishing You The Best by Tara Randel

  Can you believe Thanksgiving week is upon us? I must admit, October blew by and I thought I had a handle on November, but here we are. Ready for turkey day! This year I’m cooking. I love the tradition … Continue reading

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Christian Unity in Times of Hate and Division

Opinion by Jim Denney One of the great tragedies of the church today is the way Christians divide from each other and attack each other over politics. I’m not saying our political views are unimportant. As Christians, we are to … Continue reading

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Character Depth

By Nancy J. Farrier I sat beside my dad in his room at the nursing home and watched my mom leave with the burnt sugar cake she’d made for his birthday. We’d already done the song and candles. She wanted … Continue reading

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The Right Word

By Marilyn Turk Writers are always searching for the right word, that word that captures the truest meaning of the moment in our stories. We try to abstain from the “weasel” words, the weak words that are commonplace like “just,” … Continue reading

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Consider Others by Tara Randel

Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves,  not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of the others. In your relationships with one another, have the … Continue reading

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The Big Storm by Tara Randel

Unless you’ve been completely cut off from current events lately, you know Florida weathered a pretty massive hurricane this month. To all my fellow Floridians, you know exactly what I’m going to talk about today. Even though Irma hit us … Continue reading

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What Kind of Faith Are We Proclaiming?

Scripture tells us we are God’s image bearers–that the world will catch a glimpse of who He is through us. So, what kind of God are we revealing? What kind of faith are we proclaiming? Do our words and actions … Continue reading

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Christmas Greetings

Here’s wishing you a joyful Christmas. Let us celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ the King, God’s perfect gift. I pray you have a wonderful holiday season with your family and enjoy special time with loved ones. Take time to … Continue reading

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Traditions by Tara Randel

The holidays are a special time of the year, a time we spend with family and friends enjoying each other’s company and counting our blessings. There are certain Christmas traditions I keep repeating each year. When I was growing up, … Continue reading

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What Love Looks Like

We hear it so often, it’s become a cliche’. This statement is printed on T-shirts and engraved on wall hangings. It’s even a phrase we say to one another, but the question is, do we live it?  They’ll know us … Continue reading

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Submit my heart to God by Camy Tang

I’ve been discipling a young woman at church who used to be in my youth group, so I’ve seen her grow up, to an extent. She’s very busy with graduate school right now, but there’s a young man she’s met … Continue reading

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Easter Memories by Tara Randel

Hallelujah, the Lord is risen! This Sunday we celebrate Easter. For some of the world, it’s a day of bunnies and candy treats found in a basket. But for those who serve the living God, it is a day reflecting … Continue reading

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True Love Takes Time by Hannah Alexander

See this beautiful stream? It’s peaceful to me, even romantic. The small trickle of water has made a course down the easiest path, gently moving stones and earth, reeds and brush. Flood it with too much water all at once, … Continue reading

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New Book Release by Tara Randel

I’m thrilled to announce that my new Harlequin Heartwarming release, Orange Blossom Brides, is available today! This is my first book with Harlequin, so you can image how excited I am to let everyone know. I’m also very pleased to … Continue reading

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Words by Tara Randel

How often do we think about the words we say? Or read? We are bombarded with words from television, the internet, and books. Do we listen or tune them out? Do we take them to heart?  As an author, I … Continue reading

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