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The Story Behind the Story in Irene Hannon’s Novel Pelican Point

Posted on April 23, 2018 in

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Hammer of Peace

Posted on April 23, 2018 in

by Cheri Cowell In 1961, folk singer Peter Yarrow met Maryland standup comic Noel Paul Stookey in Greenwich Village.  Noel then introduced Peter to actress/singer Mary Travers. With the release of “If I Had a Hammer” in Augu…

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Four Ways to Close the Communication Gap with Your Husband

Posted on April 19, 2018 in

by Cindi McMenamin Is there a widening gap in your marriage? One that you aren’t sure how to bridge? That gap, which can leave you and your spouse feeling isolated from one another, is more serious than you may realize. A lack o…

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Dear Solo Parent, You Are Not Alone

Posted on April 17, 2018 in

by Robert Beeson Let’s start with a census fact. One in three US households is a single-parented home. It is common to feel isolated going through the solo season, not knowing where you fit in or where you belong. The truth is y…

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The Story Behind the Story in Erica Vetsch’s Novel Seven Brides for Seven Texas Rangers

Posted on April 16, 2018 in

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Raising Children in Today’s Culture

Posted on April 15, 2018 in

by Arlene Pellicane Many parents today are floundering and full of fear. They need not only encouragement, but a game plan to raise moral children in an increasingly immoral world. Kids are more demanding, entitled, prone to atten…

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Anger Can Sting

Posted on April 12, 2018 in

by Rhonda Rhea It was the wasp nest to end all wasp nests. Maybe it was the fruit punch the kids had spilled on the back deck that first attracted them. But by the time we followed the cloud of bugs to the back of the house—oh m…

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When Life’s a Bummer

Posted on April 10, 2018 in

by Dianne Barker “That’s a bummer!” Three-year-old Jacob’s parents often used that line when things didn’t go according to plan. When Jacob (my grandson) requested pizza for lunch and his mom informed him they didn’t h…

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