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Exchange Words—Out with the Venom, In with the Honey

Posted on August 24, 2017 in

by Rhonda Rhea Every time I’m reading something and find someone has misused words, I literally have a cow. (Literally? See what I did there?) Of course, I know it’s hypocritical of me to have any kind of “beef” over someo…

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What’s the Big Deal about Sex?

Posted on August 22, 2017 in

We live in a sexually chaotic world. There are no standards other than be true to yourself and don’t judge anyone else’s sexual choices. And sex is everywhere. There is hardly a sitcom or movie that doesn’t have strong sexua…

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Back to the Basics–The Three R’s

Posted on August 22, 2017 in

by Cheri Cowell With school starting, it is a good reminder that we ought to get back to the basics–with our spirituality, that is. We can’t forge ahead into the deep and neglect “the three R’s” if we wan…

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The Story Behind the Story in Pam Hillman’s Novel The Promise of Breeze Hill

Posted on August 21, 2017 in

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Trail of the Hiawatha (Part 2)

Posted on August 18, 2017 in

by Angela Breidenbach Riding the biking route, Trail of the Hiawatha, can be a deeply emotional experience. From the views at one of the highest bike paths in the world to the unfolding story of the challenges people went through …

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I Love to Celebrate Christmas in August

Posted on August 16, 2017 in

by Anne Greene I love to celebrate Christmas in August. Here in Texas, August means triple-digit temperatures, bright sunlight and swimsuits. Nothing could be further from jingle bells, mistletoe and Christmas trees. I’m not eve…

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The Story Behind the Story in Lynette Eason’s Novel Chasing Secrets

Posted on August 14, 2017 in

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He Will Not Leave You

Posted on August 14, 2017 in

by Linda W. Yezak It’s cool out today, and the morning sun is drawing mist from the water. It rises higher than the branches on its way to the brightness, where it peacefully disappears. From here, it looks like dozens of sp…

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