Dear Charles, Take Two

Dear Charles, Read this story in 1 day. Couldn’t put it down. A thousand times, “Thank you.” Hollywood will be lining up–because this one has GOT to be a movie! (And I can hardly wait for the next installment!) God bless the work of your hands sir. Buy it, you won’t be sorry! Read it.…

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My New Best Friend… Jones.

“Most folks figure a best friend accepts them as they are–but that’s dangerous garbage to believe… The kid that works the local fast food restaurant accepts you for who you are–because he doesn’t care anything about ya! But a true friend holds you to a higher standard. A true friend brings out the best in…

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Just Released: Lone Witness, A New Atlanta Justice

Rachel Dylan and Bethany House Publishers have just released the next book in the sizzling Atlanta Justice Series: Lone Witness. This is Book Two in the series and tells the story of Sophie Dawson, Prosecutor and rising star in the Fulton County DA’s office. You will definitely want to add this one to your summer reading list!…

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Review on Chris Fabry’s Under A Cloudless Sky

Chris Fabry’s Under A Cloudless Sky is another one of those novels that take the reader back and forth, between past and present in Beulah Mountain, West Virginia. Beulah Mountain is a coal mining town with a dark and secret history as well as all the present dilemma’s that face today’s residents in coal mining communities across our…

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Book Review: The Disciplines of Life by V. Raymond Edman

The Discipline of Darkness ”That walketh in darkness, and hath no light?” (Isa. 50:10) There is profound and practical truth in the statement, ”Never doubt in the dark what God told you in the light.” This statement implies that it is possible for the child of God to ”be filled with the knowledge of his…

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A Thriller For the Holidays ~The House On Foster Hill!

The House on Foster Hill is one of those books you start—intending a nice lazy read over the holidays. But once you begin? You can’t put it down! I was riveted to this story from page one all the way to the end. (And what a surprise that was!) Wow, what a mystery! Where shall…

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From Devotional: Day by Day with Charles R. Swindoll

WOUNDS AND SCARS by Charles R. Swindoll Tucked away in a quiet corner of Scripture is a verse containing much emotion: “From the city men groan, and the souls of the wounded cry out” (Job 24:12). The scene is a busy metropolis. Speed. Movement. Noise. Rows of buildings. All that is obvious, easily seen and…

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A Cup of Hope: Resting in the Promise of God’s Faithfulness

A Cup of Hope by Emilie Barnes is just one of those books you stumble upon, and you suddenly know, “This one is going to change everything!” I blog about hope. I can’t breathe in this busted broken world a single moment without it—but sometimes—the candle of hope in me burns low. And, when it…

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Freedom’s Ring

Heidi Chiavaroli’s new book FREEDOM’S RING is one of those novels you will want to read in one sitting. Alright, I confess, it took me two days to finish it but it’s hard to say what I liked best about this book. That’s because Freedom’s Ring takes so many of my favorite story elements, then serves them…

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The Maggie Bright, Mystery Meets History at Dunkirk

I love it when an author takes a mystery and wraps it around true historical events. That’s what we have here in The Maggie Bright, A Novel of Dunkirk by Tracy Groot. The book is full of endearing and lovable square-pegs like Murray, Mrs. Shrew and the Burglar Vicar with vivid and colorful historical detail that…

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