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Draw Me to Yourself

  Today’s reflection is by Ted Loder from his book, Guerrillas of Grace In this moment draw me to yourself, Lord, and make me aware not so much of what I’ve given as of all I have received and so … Continue reading

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Five Minute Friday — Hold

Ready for this week’s Five Minute Friday adventure? Five Minute Friday is, of course, and exercise where about 100 of us in the FMF community come together to independently write on a one-word prompt — this week HOLD — post … Continue reading

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Words on Wood

There are two plaques sitting on a table in my living room. Both were sent by my daughters and await a spot on the wall — when I decide which wall. Until last week, they served as hard table top … Continue reading

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To Know and Not To Do

I like what a Buddhist monk once said. “To know and not to do is not yet to know.” To translate that into Christian terminology it could be, “To believe and not to act is not yet to believe.” In … Continue reading

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Five Minute Friday — Help

The Five Minute Friday assignment is to write for five minutes on a prompt word, post it and share with fellow Five Minute friends at  fiveminutefriday.com. Around 100 of us gather round to encourage and support our fellow Christian writers, … Continue reading

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Hugs from an Angel

They say angels are all around us. Most of the time they don’t show themselves. But sometimes they take a human form, usually without the wings. There is no doubt in my mind I had a very special angel make … Continue reading

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(Christian) Romance

  One of the most daunting thing for a fictional writer trying to break into the publishing world, in my opinion, is the selection of a genre. There are sooo many choices, especially if you’re self-publishing. You can broadly choose … Continue reading

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Let’s Bow Our Heads …

As we build this community prayer platform, we ask the Lord to listen to our petitions with full confidence they not only are heard but acted upon by God according to His holy will. These requests are on my prayer … Continue reading

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Five Minute Friday — Breathe

It’s time for Five Minute Friday, the weekly timed keyword-themed writing challenge facilitated by Kate Motaung. Her words — and those of the others who congregate around the virtual table to share — are at  fiveminutefriday.com. Start at the community … Continue reading

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Continued Grace

Normally, Sunday means a devotional, sermon or sermonette. But this Sunday — today — marks the 12th anniversary of my wife Karen’s death, a day that impacted myself, my family, and everyone who knew her well beyond her years. She … Continue reading

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