Books Have Arrived!!

Redemption’s Price has arrived! How exciting to hold it in the flesh!! Just in case you missed it… Redemption’s Price book 2 in the Chronicles of Maladore is now available for purchase.  You can buy it at the following link: Redemption’s Price It is truly a wonderful moment when an author works so hard on…

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What About Repentance?

It is nearly impossible to listen to the daily news without hearing about another shooting, terrorist attack, riot or other civil upheaval.  Those promoting and participating in these activities feel completely justified in their actions.  Are they? Is it ok to protest and let your voice be heard?  Sure and it is even a good…

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Psalm 23 Part 2

Sheep

A continued look at Psalm 23 The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want! Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil; for Thou art with me; Thy rod and Thy staff, they comfort me. The “valley of the shadow of death” has also been translated…

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Psalm 23 Part 1

The shepherd takes care of His sheep

Let’s take a look at Psalm 23 and how we can apply it to our lives. The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. A shepherd is very different from a sheep herder. A sheep herder goes along behind the sheep and chases them while herding them in the direction he wants them to…

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Cease Striving

Peace, Striving

“Cease striving and know that I am God.” I sat down to write a blog post and discovered that I had nothing to say! My mind and body were so overwhelmed with how busy I was that I couldn’t think, let alone come up with some profound word to share with you. I found myself…

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Book Review: Exile

Exile

I just finished reading Exile by Rachel Starr Thomson. It is an intriguing book about the battle between good and evil in the spiritual realm. It is fast paced and easy to read. I enjoyed it and found it to be thought provoking. I like reading books that make me think. This one did just…

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