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Unanswered Prayers by Bridget A. Thomas

Many years ago, my husband and I attended a high school baseball game, in which our friend’s son was one of the athletes. I don’t remember a whole lot about this particular game and I can’t tell you who won. … Continue reading

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An Advent Life by Bridget A. Thomas

The advent season is a special time of the year. The world around us seems to take on a new excitement as we anticipate Christmas day. We reflect on the first Christmas, over two thousand years ago, when the world … Continue reading

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No Expectations by Bridget A. Thomas

As a child, when my birthday was approaching, I was often focused on what gifts I might receive. I remember my father telling me two things: (1) That they were going to cancel my birthday that year 😉 and (2) … Continue reading

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The Beauty of the Lord by Tara Randel

Today I wanted to take a few minutes to encourage those who stop by and read this blog. Events of this world are confusing right now. I don’t know about you, but I scratch my head multiple times a day … Continue reading

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Peace be Still… (by Hannah Alexander)

It has come to my attention that the novel I am writing at this time would work quite well as a novel dealing with the pandemic. It wasn’t begun that way, but it is about medical research. But honestly, I … Continue reading

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Walking Hand in Hand by Nancy J. Farrier

When my children were young, we attended a church within walking distance. We walked to church at least three times a week in daylight or in the dark. No matter the weather, we walked, because it seemed so silly to … Continue reading

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Ripped Roads by Julie Arduini

I live in Ohio. Most months thanks to big temperature changes and precipitation, we have potholes. Some are so bad they could qualify as craters. I’ve lost more than one tire to the roads. Last month we saw something new … Continue reading

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Blocked Peace by Julie Arduini

I’m always on the lookout for an opportunity to learn via the everyday things. Recently I had one of those moments thanks to a Peace Race. I heard on the news that there would be a Peace Race, but I … Continue reading

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Those Specific Prayers by Julie Arduini

Last year was not my finest hour. I knew things would be busy as I transitioned from small publisher to my own writing and speaking ministry, Surrendered Scribe Media. I was aware I had one book to re release, one … 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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God’s Got It by Tara Randel

I’m not one of those people who blogs about my political affiliation or uses social media to state my opinions. And before you click away, no, I’m not going to start now. What I am a proponent for is knowing … Continue reading

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PEACE by Kristen Heitzmann

In this season of glad tidings, hope, and generosity, it is especially tragic when forces of hate and destruction are loosed on a society established under God, a free society that yearns to welcome outcasts, to extend grace and understanding … Continue reading

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Power to Rule Your Spirit

Over and over again I am presented with people who suffer due to what goes on in their minds. In fact, one might say that the history of the human race is mostly centered on a battle for the mind. … Continue reading

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Has Christ Risen in You? – Removing Hidden Idols

Today we celebrated Christ! We celebrated that He led a perfect life, stood in our place paying the penalty for our sin. We celebrated that He gave us His righteousness so we could be reconciled to God as a holy … Continue reading

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Experience Real Satisfaction by Sarah Goebel

I am blessed to announce this week’s release of the Revised Edition of my book, Experience Real Satisfaction. I don’t just write about satisfaction from “head knowledge” of the Bible, but I draw from my personal contentment struggles and relationship … Continue reading

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