Tag Archives: Christians Read

The Fountain of Youth Conspiracy by Peggy Webb

I recently saw a TV ad that made me stand up in my chair and say to the screen, “No! Just no!” I wanted to kick furniture, but I was afraid of breaking my toe, so I refrained. The ad … Continue reading

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God’s Children by Peggy Webb

Whoever welcomes one of these little children in my name, welcomes me. Mark 9:37 Sam is one of the adorable children in the Sunday school class I co-teach with Donna Rogers in the little country church built by my ancestors. Our … Continue reading

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Measuring Our Worth by Vicki Hinze 

Earlier on Facebook, there was an ad on my vicki.hinze.author page.  It read:  FIND OUT YOUR WORTH and offered a free calculator as a gift for doing so. It struck me as hilarious.  Imagine.  Measuring the worth of a human … Continue reading

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The Irony of It All: JAIL FOR BAPTISM—ON GOOD FRIDAY? by Vicki Hinze

On Good Friday, I heard about a legal case.  A divorced couple battling.  The wife had the couple’s child baptized.  The husband, of the same faith, also wanted the child baptized, but not until later in life.  So now the … Continue reading

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Word by Word, Page by Page

I’m reading through the Bible again this year, only this time I’m doing it a bit differently. For years I used the Chronological Bible, and it helped me so much in seeing the whole picture of the Bible. I had … Continue reading

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Be Thoughtful by Peggy Webb

My favorite book party, circus themed for The Language of Silence, complete with clown and red noses, stuffed animals, and candy for the children. Mark Twain said, “Kindness is the language the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” Winston … Continue reading

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For the last few years, along with many others, I have prayed often for our nation. It is easy to see that there is a hunger and a thirst for God in our lives.  So many are lost, lonely, desperate, and … Continue reading

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Nora’s Review of: The Forest of Vanishing Stars by Kristin Harmel

The Forest of Vanishing Stars By Kristin Harmel Published by Gallery Books Release Date July 6, 2021 Type: WWII Historical Fiction Jewish Refugees Forest People BACK COVER: The New York Times bestselling author of the “heart-stopping tale of survival and heroism” (People) The Book … Continue reading

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Psalms 37: 4 ~ But Don’t Forget Verse 7

Good morning! I’m new here, so hang with me while I get my bearings. First of all, let me introduce myself. I’m Patricia Bradley and I write Inspirational Romantic Suspense (I never know whether to capitalize that or not). I … Continue reading

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Be Intentional by Peggy Webb

This is the deep field of the heavens, seen through a very powerful telescope. “God said, ‘Let there be light, and there was light; and God saw that the light was good, and he separated light from darkness. He called … Continue reading

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The Risk of Waiting by Vicki Hinze

Teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom.  –Psalm 90:12 People are very creative.  They get great ideas all the time.  New products, new methods, new projects.  These nudges grab our attention, our interest, fill our needs, and … Continue reading

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Attitude Matters by Vicki Hinze

In 2010, I wrote a mini-article about attitude (copy below): While the above mini-article was written about writers/authors, the same principle applies to everyone in whatever they are doing.  Discipline and enthusiasm are important, but it is purpose that infuses our … Continue reading

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Ask and You Shall Receive by Ann Malley

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Hello dear readers. Happy 2023! Ann Malley here, empty-nesting author of inspired romantic suspense, contemporary western romance, & clean romantic comedy. I hope the new year has already filled you with abundant blessings and hope for the coming months. I’m … Continue reading

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Rest by Peggy Webb

My grandson David on the beach in winter when he was a child. “Find rest in God; my hope comes from him.” Psalms 62:5 “The Lord replied, “My Presence will go with you, and I will give you rest.” Exodus 33:14 … Continue reading

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5 Tips to Finding Books You’ll Love by Vicki Hinze

Tip 1.  You know your favorite kinds of books.  Look for authors who LOVE the same kinds. One mistake authors make is to write to the market or to attempt to write what they determine the next “big thing” will be … Continue reading

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