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Stereotyping by Nancy J. Farrier

Stereotype: something conforming to a fixed or general pattern.  Have you ever put certain people into a stereotype group? An absent-minded professor. A nosey, gossipy, or talkative woman. Perhaps a motorcycle gang member as being outside the law. A young … Continue reading

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Hydrangea Evangelism by Julie Arduini

This has been the best summer for my flowers yet. My roses bloomed for a straight month, and I see round two is coming up. I’ve had roses bloom as late as November before. The one showcase has been the … Continue reading

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Choose the Golf Club by Julie Arduini

If this picture could talk! This was how my teen daughter, nephew, sister, and I spent Good Friday. My sister and nephew now live in what was our mom’s home, and it is 300 miles from my house. When we … Continue reading

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I Love You a Bushel and a Peck by Kathy Carmichael

  My sister Paula is six years older than me. Paula was my mother’s eldest and I was my father’s eldest (we have different fathers). All through growing up, my mother’s mother would ask Paula how much she loved her, … Continue reading

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2021 Themes for the Year by Julie Arduini

Each year I pray and ask the Lord what word does He have for me in the coming year. Past years have been about abundance, revive, and abide to name a few. The words tend to come in October, and … Continue reading

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A Prayer for You by Nancy J. Farrier

Every year I read through the Bible. I’ve done this so many years, I’ve lost count of the number of times. The only year I didn’t make it through was the year I tried to read along with my church … 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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Happy Thanksgiving by Bridget A. Thomas

Today is Thanksgiving Day in the United States. I am honored to be on the schedule today to share this wonderful day with you. In honor of this holiday, today I want to focus on 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 which says, … Continue reading

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Learning to Love by Kathy Carmichael

I’m still caught up in much of the fear from my last post, and as a result I found it difficult to choose a topic that appealed enough for discussion. In general, I’m quite a sunny person, so struggling with … Continue reading

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In All Things Give Thanks by Julie Arduini

When I write, anything from an email or a manuscript, I say a little prayer that God would give me the words. The other day I was responding to an email and I asked for words that would be just … Continue reading

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Running The Race by Tara Randel

Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our … Continue reading

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Express Pass Faith by Julie Arduini

Although I’ve never been to Disney, and confession, actually have zero desire to, I remember my in-laws sharing their fun memories. One year the family gathered together before I was in the picture and my mother-in-law had back trouble. She … Continue reading

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I’m a Good Person (or Trying to Be) by Kathy Carmichael

I’m a good person. Or I like to think I am. I think it’s important to be as good of a person as I possibly can be. I don’t always make it. I can’t always live up to my standards. … Continue reading

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A Gentle Whisper by Bridget A. Thomas

There is a Bible story that I love which you might be familiar with. In 1 Kings 19 the prophet Elijah had fled and hid in a cave due to a death threat from Queen Jezebel. The Lord said, “Go out and … Continue reading

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Not Dead Yet by Julie Arduini

Am I the only one glad not to be God? I’ve pronounced situations and people finished long before He has. I’m ready to walk away long before Him. This year has definitely grown my patience. I thought the virus would … Continue reading

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