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sarah-byrd's picture
Apr.13.2014
The week leading up to Easter is a very emotional time for me. As I think back to all the Bible verses I’ve read about how Jesus suffered for me I cannot phantom how anybody could love me that much. But I know Jesus does. I feel it deep inside me as much as I feel my heart beating. Every living...
dr-steve-mcswain's picture
Apr.12.2013
Do You Seek God?  And yet, no matter how hard you try, you do not feel as if you can quite make it with God? I understand.  Which is why I write so much and so often about this. I have struggled most of my life looking for God…longing for God…but only occasionally ever feeling close...
rosy-cole's picture
Mar.31.2013
From The Poetic Bible (compiled by Colin Duriez) SPCK 2001 © ColinDuriez 2001     There was no grave grave enough to ground me to mound me I broke the balm then slit the shroud wound round me that bound me   There was no death dead enough to dull me to cull me I snapped the snake...
dr-steve-mcswain's picture
Mar.30.2013
When you pretend to believe things you really no longer believe and you do so… …Just to please those whose friendships you’re afraid you might lose; or, because… …You fear their judgments of your admission or, worse… …The thought of their rejection of you is too painful to bear… Know this, my...
mark-miller's picture
Aug.20.2012
Author Jamie Haden tells how she came to be a published author. Her latest release Illuminate-Alive, She Cried is available now in print and on Kindle. You can get it here: http://goo.gl/g6qKF (it is FREE to Prime users)A few years ago, I was at the library with my daughters...
cynthia-neale's picture
May.06.2012
NORAH was published by Lucky Press, LLC in March of 2011 and as of April 30th, NORAH is no longer published by Lucky Press, LLC. The publisher abruptly closed its business due to sales not sufficient to sustain a viable business. Lucky Press authors had no idea that this was coming down the pike...
rosy-cole's picture
Apr.24.2011
     Oh, to be in England, now that April's there...  Robert Browning     The oak treesymbol of Englandvies with beech light drenchinglime-green canopiesof birthed leaves fan vaultinginspires fancies ofcathedrals this April'sResurrection sunharps new themes mean...
kevin-arnold's picture
Apr.23.2011
This weekend forms the center of the Christian church and its influence on Western culture.  The familiar story includes Roman Governor Pontius Pilate presiding over the crucifixion but washing his hands of it.  The body taken down and buried in a cave.  Whatever hope came from Jesus seemed quite...
christine-bottaro's picture
Apr.04.2010
Brilliant rays of light gleamed off the ocean and sand, but they were quickly shrouded in the clouds of an approaching storm.  In the space of a minute, the morning was flooded briefly with intensely bright sunlight, as if beamed straight from heaven.  Could have been a sign from God, but maybe...
bob-mustin's picture
Mar.10.2010
The Man Who Died, by D.H. Lawrence I've posted before on the need for writers to gain a measure of life's seasoning in order to have something relevant to say. This is not to claim that younger writers don't have a perspective on life worth sharing - but it does imply that life experiences of the...