Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

The Art of Thankfulness by Maureen Lang

When I listen to the news these days, it seems there are countless reasons to boycott any sense of Thankfulness this year. War, pestilence, poverty . . . we don’t have to look far to see a suffering world. On … Continue reading

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I’m Not Ready by Julie Arduini

You know the phrase, “Be careful of what you wish for, you just might get it?” I was thinking about that when I looked at the pictures from Greater Buffalo earlier this week. I heard a lot of people say … Continue reading

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The History of Thanksgiving

All words have power, but words that ignite truths, like the true meaning of Thanksgiving, are infused with an ability to change lives, to open closed minds and hearts, and to offer different perspectives. True meaning can be just what’s … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks by Tara Randel

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Soon, our homes will be filled with guests, celebrating the season with a big turkey feast with all the trimmings. As you get ready for the holiday, please take a moment and remember the … Continue reading

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If You Could Have only One Other Book…

Okay, I know I’m a bit early, but I REALLY love Thanksgiving, so bear with me if you end up with two Thanksgiving posts from me this year, the second one being just days before that wonderful holiday. Now I … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Anyone who went through grade school in this country has probably heard about America’s first Thanksgiving: Pilgrims and Indians sharing a three day feast over the pilgrim’s first bountiful harvest. What I didn’t know until hearing it on the radio … 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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My Techie Thanksgiving

You can tell it’s NaNoWriMo month, I forgot to post once or twice. I apologize. November is always a busy month around here, and that’s without the fun of writing a 50K novel in 30 days! I thought I’d share … 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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Priorities and A Yielded Life

Hello Dear Christian Readers and Friends. It has been only one weekend since Thanksgiving Day and I am hoping you all had a great day celebrating the goodness of God with your family and friends. I sure did. Even on … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

  Happy Thanksgiving! Let’s make a few lists. A. I wrote several pages listing everything that I’m thankful for this Thanksgiving. I started with breathing. That’s right. We should be thankful for each and every breath. If you start there … Continue reading

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A Thankful Heart

Most of the year goes by so quickly I rarely have time to think about anything except whatever task I’m trying to finish. But the holiday season is about to kick off, and although it brings all kinds of new … Continue reading

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The Truth About Thanksgiving by Vicki Hinze

    While this isn’t an article on books, it is a reminder to readers (and writers) that history, storytelling, and reading stories has power.  All can change lives, open closed minds and hearts, offer different perspectives that might be … Continue reading

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Reinventing Tradition by Lynette Sowell

I had something pithy and profound to share, but in my early Black Friday haze, it’s forgotten. One thing that I’ve been thinking about during this season of Thanks-giving is how our traditions have morphed over the years into something … Continue reading

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Time for Thanksgiving by Elizabeth Goddard

This morning I discovered all my “brilliant” thoughts on Thanksgiving were deleted. Not sure how that happened. This being Thanksgiving Day, I can’t begin to put the time and thought into a replacement post. I’ve learned my lesson, though. Next … Continue reading

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