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Lessons from the Oscars by Julie Arduini

It’s been over a week since the Oscars and people are still talking about the jaw-dropping end to the show when during La La Land‘s acceptance speech they were interrupted and told they did not win. Moonlight was the real … Continue reading

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2017 Word of the Year: Transformation by Julie Arduini

Some do resolutions, I do word of the year. Around September I start praying and watching for confirmation. Sometimes the words come later in the year, and I’ve had them as early as October. That was the case for this … Continue reading

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The Phenomenon Behind “This is Us” by Julie Arduini

  If you’re like me, last night you were hoping the VP debates would pause so that NBC could present This is Us, the new drama Tuesday nights that has me hook, line, and sinker. If you haven’t heard of … Continue reading

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How We Spend Our “Spare” Time by Vicki Hinze

Hannah Alexander is unable to post today. She’s without Internet service, so I’m filling in for her. We’re expecting a hurricane by Friday, so I’m a wee bit busy, but I thought I’d share the following video I created answering … Continue reading

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Book Club Revelations by Julie Arduini

I spent the last few Tuesday evenings with a group of ladies from my church talking about my latest release, ENTANGLED. I admit, the thought of a book club where I’m the author and the attendees are people I’m acquainted … Continue reading

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Olympic Takeaways by Julie Arduini

Like most of you, I’m staying up way too late watching the Olympic coverage. I admitted on Facebook that usually it is straight-up patriotic fever that has me so captivated. This year, the drama and backstories have captured my attention. … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Tempted by Julie Arduini

I was in a sterile, bland doctor’s office, enduring an uncomfortable procedure where the doctor kept me chatting. We talked medical stuff and the conversation turned a corner when I mentioned symptoms appeared the month I released two books. “You’re … Continue reading

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Called, But Not Equipped by Julie Arduini

Years ago there was a guest speaker at our church who prayed for people and had words of encouragement for some. When he got to me I remember thinking he was the real deal. In prayer he shared Christ’s heart … Continue reading

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The Changing Comfort Zone by Julie Arduini

As I juggle a new business venture that includes releasing two books and prepare for our son’s high school graduation, I realized that over the years there has been so much I was certain I couldn’t do, and yet, God. … Continue reading

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What Resonates? by Kristen Heitzmann

I love reflecting on things that people say well enough that others remember and repeat it, in other words: quotes. A quote about one thing can often be extrapolated to a broader theme. For instance Nora Roberts says “The only … Continue reading

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Be Still and Know That I Am God by Tara Randel

Be still and know that I am God. Ps 46:10 More than once in my life have I had to listen to this admonition from the Lord. Life gets busy. Family keeps us hopping. Yet our time spent with God … Continue reading

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He Is With Me by Tara Randel

February was a grueling month for me. I had to finish a book, which is due tomorrow! So all my time and energy has gone into the finished product. Still, even though I’m focused on writing, I have the privilege … Continue reading

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Dancing Through the Changes by Julie Arduini

In my monthly newsletter I wrote how this year is my 20th wedding anniversary. It’s made me nostalgic, and when I pulled out the video and pictures, it shows clearly we were a 90’s wedding. There’s the clothes of course, and … Continue reading

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Faith and Writing by Tara Randel

Lately I have been hunkered down at my computer, typing away as I create stories that are under contract. I love to spend my day writing, love the unexpected scenes that pop into my head when my characters take over. … Continue reading

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Following God’s Directive by Camy Tang

I am not perfect but I really do try to do what I think God wants me to do, no matter how scary, or crazy, or unpleasant that seems to be. However, I’m not the best at hearing when God’s … Continue reading

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