Author Archives: June Foster

About June Foster

Find June's books at Desert Breeze Publishing, Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Nobles,and where ever ebooks are sold. June's trailer for Give Us This Day: http://www.youtube.com/user/TerrieZieber1953/featured

Who Are You?

Do you ever feel like you’re on the “sidelines” of life. Left out. Lonely. Growing up, I did. Even today, I feel excluded sometimes. Why is it that some people always seem to be the center of attention with no lack of friends? I think part of the answer lies in our personality type. But … Continue reading »

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Too Shiny

  Once when my grandson Jayke was about four years old, he told my daughter the reason people couldn’t see God was because He’s too shiny. Of course Grandma thought that was such a cute thing for a little one to say. It was only recently I found a scripture that affirmed the truth to … Continue reading »

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Does Jesus Have Tattoos?

  Hmm. Good question. Well, Isaiah 49: 16 says, “See, I have engraved you on the palms of my hands.” All kidding aside. I’d like to talk about one of my favorite scriptures. Romans 8: 38-39. “For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present not the future, … Continue reading »

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God’s People

  “The path of the righteous is like the first gleam of dawn, shining ever brighter till the full light of day. But the way of the wicked is like deep darkness; they do not know what makes them stumble.” Proverbs 4: 18-19. Hmm. Let’s see. Would I rather walk in the full light of … Continue reading »

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Everybody Worries

    What? You worry about things, too? Everyone worries—whether it’s a young person starting out into the world, parents raising their children, professionals building their careers, the elderly concerned about health, you get the idea. I’m pretty sure writers are in there somewhere. Questions continually plague me. Maybe my manuscript is lacking and my … Continue reading »

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Temporary vs. Eternal

A passage of scripture stood out to me recently. 11Corinthians 4:18. “So we fix out eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.” It made me think. In the passage, Paul is talking about our future hope when we die. … Continue reading »

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Salvation Through Faith

  In my book, What God Knew, Tammy asks Michael the difference between God and religion. Michael answers by saying that God is the Almighty Creator, Maker of the universe and mankind. Religion is man’s feeble efforts at reaching God, trying to be good enough. But there’s nothing man can do to reach God. Only … Continue reading »

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Regrets

  I have a feeling everyone has regrets about their past. I do, for sure. I regret that I didn’t become a Christian until I was in my thirties. Before that time, I did some pretty stupid things and lived only for myself. There is nothing that will change those events or their repercussions. I … Continue reading »

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Hope for the Christian in Today’s World

  Homosexual marriage legalized, unrestrained riots destroying businesses and neighborhoods, millions of babies slaughtered—just a portion of the events that characterize today’s world. Who knew our country would fall this far? As a Christian, it’s scary to live in a society that holds dear the opposite of what our precious Lord teaches us in the … Continue reading »

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The Christmas of 1973

    Okay, I know some people reading this are too young to remember that year, but the time came to mind right away when I searched  my memory for a unforgettable Christmas.   When I was a child, Christmas always centered around my mother, her incredible plans for the holidays, her yummy recipes, exciting … Continue reading »

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