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A Mom’s Meltdown

One advantage writers have is that every situation is viewed through the eyes of our internal writer. Frustrations, heartaches, joys, and all other events of daily life find their places on our ‘to write’ list. The truth is, smooth sailing doesn’t make for good reading. So when someone tells me a frustrating story, internally I’m […]

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What we can learn from the failed doomsday prophecy

False Prophets and Prophecies Watching the spectacle of doomsday unfold, I was taken back to the 1980s. It was 1984 or 85 when a rare occurrence was taking place in the heavens. Several planets were lining up with the earth. I don’t remember the details or how many planets made up the chain, but I […]

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Why the rapture won’t happen today

The claim behind the prediction of the rapture: Watching the followers of Pastor Camping explain the rapture is disheartening. Several of them have stated they quit their jobs and planned their finances to run out today, May 21st. As his people stated in an interview, “There is no plan B.” According to Camping’s statements in […]

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Selfish Ambitions and Writing – How do I know my motives are right?

How do I know I’m not writing from Selfish Ambition? This is a topic that comes up in many forms, and it recently came in as a question on my website. Is it wrong for Christians to write with selfish ambition or motives? This is a very good question and is something many Christians struggle […]

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Gray Matter – By Dr. David Levy

I read a lot of books, but few actually leave me feeling inspired and glad I invested my time. This is one of those books. I wasn’t sure what I was getting into, but the deeper into the book I went, the better it became. Cons: This book has a lot of testimonials. If you […]

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