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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Serving the Lord at any Age

Caution: This message is for those over 55 only.     Sometimes I feel like the faded carnations I had to toss in the garbage because they were wilted and brown on the edges. But then I took one last whiff of the discolored petals. The aroma was divine despite their appearance.   Just like … Continue reading »

Categories: Devotionals | 1 Comment

Ronie Kendig—Inspiring Military Ministry

Today, on my Living the Body of Christ Blog, I’m starting a series about the importance of the Church helping veterans who’ve put their lives on the line so we, in the United States of American, can live free from violence and tyranny. These posts were inspired, in part, by the Discarded Heroes series written … Continue reading »

Categories: Author Interviews, Contemporary, Current Books, Fiction, Guest Author | 2 Comments

God’s Purpose for Us and Our Trust in Him

Ft. De Soto Park, St. Petersburg, FL   If you are a follower of the Messiah Jesus Christ and have trusted Him for salvation, then you celebrated the resurrection of our Lord last Sunday along with over two billion people. That’s about one third of the world’s population.   Thank God for his flock, but … Continue reading »

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The Overcomers: Christian Authors Who Conquered Learning Disabilities—A Review

The Overcomers: Christian Authors Who Conquered Learning Disabilitiesis the account of five different Christian authors and how they led successful careers—as writers no less—in spite of having learning disabilities. The authors recounting their stories include: Molly Noble Bull, Margaret Daley, Ginny Aiken, Jane Myers Perrine and Ruth Scofield. Though some battled the same disorder, each … Continue reading »

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Join me on a trip to Nebraska and Iowa!

A journey of more than 80 miles from home is a major and rare undertaking to me. Still, when my son suggested we go out of state with him to visit our daughter, we agreed. Here’s some pictures I’d like to share of a couple of points of interest we enjoyed while we were gone. … Continue reading »

Categories: General, Musings | 2 Comments