Grits, Gumbo & Going to Church by Martin Wiles

Posted by on Aug 30, 2016 | 1 comment

Grits, Gumbo & Going to Church by Martin Wiles

Martin Wiles has become a favorite of mine when it comes to devotionals. His earlier book, Grits, Grace and God, featured down-to-earth Christian devotionals which relate easily to people in any walk of life. He speaks directly to the heart of what makes human beings right with God. It is my pleasure to introduce you to his latest release, Grits, Gumbo & Going to Church

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Life Preserver: A Meditation on Suffering

Posted by on Aug 29, 2016 | 2 comments

Life Preserver: A Meditation on Suffering

Life Preserver may be unlike anything you have ever read before. When I wrote it, I wasn’t quite certain what to do with it. However, God gave it to me during my prayer time, and others have certainly struggled with these same issues. I have had health problems for two thirds of my life. The older I become, the worse it gets. Like many of you, I have a hard time understanding why a loving God chooses to allow suffering into the lives of His children. I have questioned, pleaded, come to acceptance, and began the process over again. Send me your comments. I would love to pray for you! 

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Fractured Memory by Jordyn Redwood

Posted by on Aug 26, 2016 | 2 comments

Fractured Memory by Jordyn Redwood

My guest this week is Jordyn Redwood, author of the newly released romantic suspense, Fractured Memory. As a lover of Jordyn’s previous books, I guarantee you’re in for a treat with this one. Her plot twists and fast-paced style will keep you turning the pages and leave you waiting for her next book to come out. We would love your comments! Sign in on the Rafflecopter for even more chances to win!

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Our World Aflame Part Five: A Wild Donkey

Posted by on Aug 22, 2016 | 14 comments

Our World Aflame Part Five: A Wild Donkey

When Sarah and Abraham circumvented God’s plan by deciding to have a child through Sarah’s maid, Hagar, they unknowingly loosed a wild donkey in the world and everyone has suffered for it since. God made that child into a great nation, as He had promised to do with Abraham’s descendants, but there were consequences. I would love to hear your comments on this last part of my series on Our World Aflame. 

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New Book Giveaway coming August 26th!

Posted by on Aug 19, 2016 | 6 comments

New Book Giveaway coming August 26th!

Watch for my interview with my guest, Jordyn Redwood, next Friday, when she will tell us about her latest book, Fractured Memory! I love to introduce readers to my favorite authors, and Jordyn is in that class. I thoroughly enjoyed her first three books, Proof, Poison, and Peril. As a former RN, I appreciate the medical aspect of her books, but  a medical background is by no means a prerequisite. Lovers of fast-paced suspense will  find them fascinating. Here’s a little teaser for you!

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Our World Aflame Part Four: The Days of Noah

Posted by on Aug 15, 2016 | 2 comments

Our World Aflame Part Four: The Days of Noah

Jesus warned that as the end times approach, people would live as in the days of Noah. We live in a “post-Christian” society. Our world has become a place where anything goes. Our world is aflame with people who no longer respect God, other people, or the law. All they want is to do their own thing. So what does this mean, and what does Jesus say about men doing as they please? I would love to hear your comments!  

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A Conversation with Bonny Bryant

Posted by on Aug 12, 2016 | 1 comment

A Conversation with Bonny Bryant

Come join me for a conversation with Bonny Bryant, a lady I’ve become very fond of over the last few years. If you’ve read Land of My Dreams, you’ve met Bonny. If you haven’t, it’s high time you did. Even if you’ve read the book, you may not know everything that makes her tick. So help yourself to a cup of tea and a scone, and let’s get acquainted!

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Our World Aflame Part Three: Every Tribe and Nation

Posted by on Aug 8, 2016 | 4 comments

Our World Aflame Part Three: Every Tribe and Nation

The Bible says that some day, every tribe and nation will worship Jesus as Lord. However, we hear of more hate, more death, more acts of violence every day. They are perpetrated against people of different ethnic backgrounds, religions, and philosophies. Hatred has not run so rampant since the days of the Civil Rights movement. Why are differences the reason for hate and violence rather than celebrations of the ultimate outworking of a loving and creative God? I would love to hear your comments! 

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