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Giving Stuff Away for Free

Posted on January 17, 2014 in

by Christine Lindsay Have you ever tried to give away—for free—something truly good and people stride past you as if you were offering them poison? To support my writing habit, I held a part-time job, demonstrating various pro…

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Moment By Moment Grace

Posted on January 13, 2014 in

by Doug Anderson The recording process is a long journey that usually takes at least about a year. It is full of ups, downs, road blocks, delays, and at the end everything has to be done ASAP. There are lists of songs from amazing…

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Family Holiday Classics

Posted on January 2, 2014 in

by Doug Anderson Christmas is over and most of us are cleaning up wrapping paper or trying to figure out what gym we can join to lose the extra pounds from all the amazing food we couldn’t say no to over the holidays. As you…

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Letting God Drive

Posted on December 30, 2013 in

by Doug Anderson In writing this, it is probably good that I introduce myself first. My name is Doug Anderson and I live in the metropolis of Lapel, IN. Lapel is located 20 miles north of Indianapolis. It is a town of about 2,800 …

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Walking Backward

Posted on December 27, 2013 in

by Novelist Gail Gaymer Martin What would it be like to walk backward and not see where we are going? I picture being sprawled on the ground after stumbling over something in my path. Walking backward seems a rather dangerous and …

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Celebrate Jesus—the Light of the World

Posted on December 23, 2013 in

by Grace Fox We pulled our fake tree from its box, assembled it branch by branch, and propped it in its stand. Next, we untangled several strands of teeny colored lights and plugged them into a socket. Nothing happened. And so the…

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Funny-Moon in a Blizzard

Posted on December 17, 2013 in

by Christine Lindsay Last January my husband and I drove our college-graduate son from the temperate west coast to the middle of the Canadian prairies—Saskatchewan—which is directly north of Montana. We’re talking snow count…

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Christmas in One Word

Posted on December 11, 2013 in

by Dianne Neal Matthews Early December brings one of my favorite activities: decorating the Christmas tree. I love pulling each ornament from the storage box as memories flood in. Beginning with the oldest, I pull out an ornament…

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