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What Will You Leave Behind?

Stages in Israel’s (Your) Journey       Numbers 33: 1- 55 1Here are the stages in the journey of the Israelites when they came out of Egypt by divisions under the leadership of Moses and Aaron. 2At the Lord’s command Moses recorded the stages … Continue reading

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Write On: 7 Prompts for You

  Write about something stressful in your past that worked out to some good. Write about something stressful going on now. Brainstorm all the ways God can work it for good and how you might be refined to be a bit … Continue reading

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Have You Had “The Conversation”?

I approach self-published books with lowered expectations. Calibrating my expectations was not necessary for “The Conversation” by Mike Gannaway, published by WestBow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson & Zondervan. “The Conversation” shimmers with some of the same vibe as … Continue reading

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Miller Does it Again in “Searching for God Knows What”

Searching for God Knows What is deceptive, in a good way. Miller starts the nonfiction book by telling readers about a writers’ seminar he attended. At first this seems off topic. What’s this seminar have to do with God? I should … Continue reading

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Game Changer for Artists (and Everyone Else)

Accepting the fact that my “hobbies” are more than a pastime, has shifted how I feel about spending time on my art and writing. Talk about a game changer! How open are you to the idea that when you give … Continue reading

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Five Stars and Two Thumbs up for (FREE!) Memoir

I’m hyper-selective about which books I read..and am so happy to recommend “Trees Tall as Mountains” by Rachel Devenish Ford The story is engaging, funny, serious, raw and well-written. The author is relatable, intelligent, creative and gently, yet firmly God-centered.  She shares her self, her life, worries … Continue reading

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These Might be Awful . . .

. . . but I enjoyed writing poems inspired by scripture. Love Pop song lyrics Echolocations seeking God’s endless embrace (1 John 4:19)   The Big Knower Oh, yeah  – you’ve scanned me and you get me. You know when … Continue reading

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