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I Need a Tracker by Julie Arduini

Happy New Year! Toward the end of 2017, my Fitbit died. Not just the battery, but a flat-out death. I enjoyed having it because I was part of a weekly challenge and it really motivated me to move, especially since Continue reading

Just Do It by Hannah Alexander

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My Class Reunion You know how resolutions go. I know how they go for me. I can say Im going to do something, but those words dont carry me very far. Families talk about having reunions, but no one gets Continue reading

Let’s begin a journey together.

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Does it ever boggle your mind to think about the vast amount of information that’s available to us today through an internet search? No matter what the subject, we can learn all sorts of interesting facts. Of course we have Continue reading

BROKE… at Christmastime! by Yvonne Lehman

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On December 12, I became literally broken – physically. Then I discovered the truth in 1 Corinthians 12: 12, 26 (NLT): “The human body has many parts, but the many parts make up only one body… If one part suffers, Continue reading

March Blessings by Tara Randel

I’ve always loved the month of March. Here in Florida, the temperatures are warming up. The sunshine and clear skies make for beautiful days spent outside, allowing us to admire the handiwork of our Father. You can’t help but stand Continue reading

Don’t Complain about Dandelions by Hannah Alexa...

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You might remember a blog several months ago about how not to move, including many of the careless mistakes I made when packing to move 850 miles from where we lived. The injuries were not fun. Well, the second part Continue reading

Spoiled Children Don’t Grow by Julie Arduini

It seems like so many people I love are in a holding pattern, circling the runway to promises fulfilled. As a parent, I underestimated how shattering this would be. When the kids were little, their safety and prayer they would Continue reading

2017 Word of the Year: Transformation by Julie ...

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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 Ive had them as early as October. That was the case for this Continue reading

Better Than New Year’s Resolutions

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Maybe its always this way, or perhaps Im just more alert this year, but everywhere I look this Christmas, I see stress. Anxiety. Depression. Grieving. Hard stuff. People bustling about with Christmas carols playing, speaking cheerful holiday greetings, while inside Continue reading

Christmas Greetings

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Heres wishing you a joyful Christmas. Let us celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ the King, Gods perfect gift. I pray you have a wonderful holiday season with your family and enjoy special time with loved ones. Take time to Continue reading

Christmas Memories

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With only days left until the most celebrated holiday of the year, my guess is your house is just about as busy as mine. Last minute buying and baking, cleaning and cooking! Ive been trying to watch some of my Continue reading

The Grace of Joseph by Hannah Alexander

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Our Clash verse today was about Joseph dealing with Marys unexpected pregnancy. Being a law-abiding Jew, he knew that legally he would need to divorce Maryuntil he was told differently, of course. But because he Continue reading

The Birth Of The Savior Through A Mother’s Eyes

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It’s the time of year when we celebrate the birth of our Savior. An amazing time where God’s love can been seen in the birth of His Son. The Word became flesh and dwelt among us. When I think about Continue reading

New Christmas Traditions

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by Elizabeth Goddard Every Christmas of my life I have spent at home with my parents. But thats changing this year. Mom passed on to be with the Lord in April, and whether I want the change or not, it has happened. Continue reading

The Wrapped Christmas Movies by Julie Arduini

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I glanced at the post most likely on Facebook or Pinterest and kept scrolling. Our eighteen year old, loyal in keeping and creating traditions, showed me the same post and announced he was going to do it. Whats our new Continue reading

TSTL Syndrome by Kristen Heitzmann

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We’ve all experienced it, that TSTL moment in a story when everything has been going along just right. The character’s traits have been demonstrated: strength, courage, intelligence, maybe a little pluck, arrogance, or sarcasm to keep it fun, Continue reading

The Christmas Spirit by Vicki Hinze

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The Christmas Spirit I’m hearing from many of you that you’re having trouble finding the Christmas Spirit this year. I understand your notes far better than I wish I did. Yet the Christmas Spirit lives; I know it. You do, Continue reading


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CHRISTMAS What makes Christmas special? Decorations, carols, food, gifts, and time spent with those we love can certainly create a memorable legacy. But for Christians, Christmas is about more than personal tradition. RECOGNIZE It’s the day set Continue reading

Traditions by Tara Randel

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The holidays are a special time of the year, a time we spend with family and friends enjoying each other’s company and counting our blessings. There are certain Christmas traditions I keep repeating each year. When I was growing up, Continue reading

Smiling Again by Hannah Alexander

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Yes, of course Ive written about this before. After writing hundreds of posts with Christiansread, some of us are bound to cover the same territory twice. I do, however, believe this subject bears repeating. December has always been my most Continue reading

My Built-in, Underutilized Filter

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Do you ever feel as if your mouth runs amuck, leaving your brain scrambling to catch up? And when conflict arises, or you feel squeezed, does your brain ever lag so far behind, the party is over before she even realizes theres been an invite? Life Continue reading

The Catapult by Julie Arduini

My goodness, where did this year go? In some ways it has felt so long, and yet, I know I missed posting here because it has been so busy. I pray life is treating you well. A couple weeks ago Continue reading

It’s the kickoff of the Christmas season…

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It’s that time of the year when we find ourselves tossed in a dozen different directions. With Thanksgiving behind us, it’s officially the Christmas season. While I love this time of the year, it’s hard not to be a little Continue reading

Once Upon a Time by Hannah Alexander

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Long ago and far away, a California girl moved to the Missouri Ozarks with her parents. To say that it was traumatic would be a tragic understatement. She knew no one and had no siblings. Her parents both worked Continue reading

Peace in Tumultuous Times by Vicki Hinze

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We are living in tumultuous times. If you’ve been awake, you’re well aware of this and don’t need a primer to be advised. We’re all seeing a lot of things more clearly, and we’re running into brick walls on Continue reading

Evil Spellcheck by Kristen Heitzmann

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Recently I read an article about people incorrectly pluralizing names. The gist of it was that people are using apostrophes when they want to talk about the Watsons. When this editor explains that it’s wrong to write Watson’s to indicate Continue reading

Negativity and the Mind of Christ

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The thiefs purpose is to steal and kill and destroy. My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life (John 10:10 NLT). At every moment, there are two voices vying for our attentionone wants to tear us down Continue reading

God’s Got It by Tara Randel

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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

The Day After

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Yesterday our country participated in one of the most divisive elections in our history—certainly the most divisive in my lifetime, and Ive been voting since Ford lost to Carter. No matter which side claimed victory, we all knew there would Continue reading

It’s that time again…

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I can’t believe another year has passed. They seem to fly by faster as I grow older. Each year around this time, I recall all the wonderful holidays past and the joy they were. Now days, there are family members Continue reading

The Grace Card

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by Elizabeth Goddard I recently found myself in a sticky situation. A misunderstanding. That often happens in emails. We write out an email, our intention clear to us, only to have the person on the receiving end read things differently. Continue reading

Remakes by Kristen Heitzmann

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It can get a little frustrating when Hollywood keeps remaking films that have already been done, sometimes to death like the various comic book character movies. But then each has a different feel or focus, even a variation on plots and Continue reading

What’s Your Legacy? by Vicki Hinze

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Whats Your Legacy? by Vicki Hinze We hear a lot about carbon footprints, but what about our own? Not so much. And yet we have the ability to impact our own footprints far more. Oh, when people get a Continue reading


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IT WAS YOU! By Sharon Blackstock Dobbs It was you. You who didn’t feed the cat, Or lock up all the doors You who left the garbage the dog scattered on the floor. You who left the milk to sour Continue reading

God’s Rose by Tara Randel

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When I moved into my house almost ten years ago, there were two sticks growing under the living room window. After inspecting them, I discovered they were rose plants. Pretty sickly and, like I said, just a prickly stick. I Continue reading

What I’m reading…and writing

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One of the best things Ive done is to join a book club. Over the years, our little group has introduced me to more new authors than I can count. We recently finished a first-in-a-series book by Deanna Raybourn, Silent Continue reading

Beneath Skin Deep by Hannah Alexander

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Once upon a time I asked a well-known Christian psychologist how to make new friends. Not that I was in need of more friends at the time, but Id made the mistake of trusting someone who proved untrustworthy, and Continue reading

God’s Talking … Are You Listening

Distractibility is one of my biggest weaknesses. Selfishness is my second. Left unchecked, these character flaws hinder my relationships and has hurt those I love. Id get examples, but I think we all know how it feels to be engaged Continue reading

October Causes by Julie Arduini

Twenty-seven causes and awareness campaigns. Thats what I saw when I Googled this month and the awareness campaigns. I thought I would share a couple that are personal to me, and offer encouragement if those are your reality. National Bullying Continue reading

Gratitude by Kristen Heitzmann

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There were these ten lepers who cried out to Jesus for mercy. It hurts to imagine people being eaten away by such a horrible disease. We can see them hollering for the kind of mercy a renowned healer could give. Jesus said, Continue reading

Old Things…

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It’s finally fall in Texas, which means the humidity has left the area until next spring (for the most part). The days are turning crisp and the leaves are beginning to turn. This is my favorite time of year because Continue reading

Pumpkin Crazy by Tara Randel

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I don’t know about you, but I get a little pumpkin crazy this time of year. Okay, let’s face it, I get a little autumn crazy. I live in Florida, where it’s still hot. We don’t get all the beautiful Continue reading

Celebrate Fall Contest: Enter to Win 40 Books &...

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Surprise Celebration for You! Today, I have a fun surprise to share with you. To celebrate the beginning of Fall, I’ve teamed up with more than forty (40) fantastic inspirational contemporary romance authors to give to one lucky winner a Continue reading

American Christian Fiction Writers October 2016...

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October 2016 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Biblical Fiction: Providence: Hannahs Journey by Barbara M. Britton When the prophet of Israel refuses to heal her, Hannah Continue reading

A New Adventure

Hey friends! Im so excited to share that this is release week for TARGETED FOR MURDER, the first book in my new WILDERNESS, INC. series set in the Wild Rogue Wilderness of southwest Oregon. You should know by now that Continue reading

The Phenomenon Behind “This is Us” by Julie Ard...

If youre 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 havent heard of Continue reading

Permission to Breathe by Kristen Heitzmann

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It seems there’s always so much to do. For me: writing, research, reading, listening, watching, praying, anything that inspires the creative process. Then there’s networking and social media, keeping up with Facebook friends, Twitter contacts, etc. I appreciate, enjoy, and Continue reading

Unpopular Parenting

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Oh, the advice, admonitions, and warnings I received when our daughter was young, and often from people who had very little day-to-day contact with us. Their biggest complaint? That I sheltered her too much. And in every accusation came the Continue reading

Cat in Striped Pajamas by Hannah Alexander

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THE CAT: We rescued him. Readers named him. I plan to feature him soon in my next novel, incorporating an incredible journey. Unfortunately, Mel keeps the pictures of him in his computer and hes at work, so I cant Continue reading

My eBooks are FREE Saturday! By: Julie Arduini

My eBooks are FREE  Saturday! There are writing moments I ask why. Why am I writing when life is pulling me so many directions? Why write if the words are hard to come by? Why write when it is so Continue reading

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