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

Receiving that Rejection Letter

      One of the hardest things I’ve had to learn since I started writing books was to deal with rejections. A manuscript is a writer’s “baby,” and we all know how our children or grandchildren are simply the cutest in the whole world. When the “no’s” came rolling in at first, I felt … Continue reading »

Categories: Uncategorized | Comments Off

Getting Old

      A decade ago, my husband and I worked in an independent living facility for seniors who didn’t care to live on their own. I met a lot of remarkable people during our short stint there, and I discovered some thought-provoking information. Some of the residents wore a scowl on their face most … Continue reading »

Categories: Uncategorized | Comments Off

Computer Problems

    A while back my computer became quite ill. It refused to “save” my documents and wavy lines streaked across the screen. It’s cry for help warned me of the need for a doctor. So, limping along because of my lack of technical knowledge, I decided to call Microsoft. Unfortunately, I clicked on the … Continue reading »

Categories: Uncategorized | Comments Off

Freedom

  At my church, I’ve been privileged to participate in a prayer group. We specifically lift up to the Lord our nation week after week. We pray for the President, Vice President, the Speaker of the House, Congress, the state governors, city mayors, and on and on. I’m grateful God placed this venture on the … Continue reading »

Categories: On My Mind | Comments Off

We Are More Than Conquerers

    “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28. The church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, a horrendous, hateful crime, personified evil in action. And yet those godly people spoke to the alleged killer during … Continue reading »

Categories: Devotionals | Comments Off

Is There Anything Good About Suffering?

    How could pain and suffering ever have a positive side? I find myself going to the doctor more and more these day. What’s good about that? My old clunker of a car broke down, and I don’t have enough money for a new one. I should be happy ? Now I made my … Continue reading »

Categories: Devotionals, Uncategorized | Comments Off

The Recent Supreme Court Decision

When I first heard the news, I felt compelled to start posting scripture after scripture on Facebook. It’s as if God’s word was the only hope I had. I began to grieve for my nation, knowing it would never be the same again. All day long, I only wanted to draw near to God and … Continue reading »

Categories: On My Mind, Uncategorized | Comments Off

What Christina Taught Me

Years ago in my old church in El Paso, Texas, I became acquainted with a godly and faithful family who attended most every Sunday. The husband could always be found passing out bulletins and offering a smile to Sunday morning church goers as they strolled in. Most Sundays his wife attended as well, except when … Continue reading »

Categories: Devotionals, Uncategorized | Comments Off

Help and Hope for Homosexual Believers

    Several years ago, the Lord laid on my mind a story in which a Christian young man experiencing same sex attraction desires with all his heart to break free of the lifestyle. Writing the story, Ryan’s Father, was a challenge but also a blessing. Now, two years later, I ask myself. Was the … Continue reading »

Categories: Uncategorized | Comments Off

Who Do You Think You Are?

  I love to write characters who find healing in their lives after discovering their identify in Christ. Joel Greenfield from Misty Hollow, Holly Harrison from Give Us This Day, and Max Tate in Hometown Fourth of July are three. The devil, people, or even our loved ones might point out all kinds of faults … Continue reading »

Categories: Uncategorized | Comments Off