Articles by Mike Solava

Turning of Days

Posted on March 1, 2021 by

by Hannah Anderson (Moody Publishers) In Turning of Days, Hannah Anderson draws readers from life’s hurried pace by awakening the senses and beckoning them to wander through the beauty of creation. This collection of devotional …

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Allowing Good to Grow

Posted on March 1, 2021 by

by Nicki Koziarz When we first moved to the Fixer Upper Farm, it was a bit of an eyesore. Weeds six feet tall. Broken windows. Snakes swimming in the broken-down pool. And so many bushes that needed to be trimmed way back. We have…

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The Dress Shop on King Street

Posted on March 1, 2021 by

by Ashley Clark (Baker Publishing Group) Literature and writing professor, Ashley Clark pens her debut novel and the first book in the Heirloom Secrets series. The Dress Shop on King Street is a romantic southern fiction with a sp…

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Christmas Memories of a Pretty Extraordinary Ordinary Guy

Posted on February 1, 2021 by

by Allia Zobel Nolan When it’s Christmas time, I always think of my Pop-o. Of course, the memories are always bittersweet. But I wouldn’t trade them for a mint full of money. Yes, my dad was my hero. But he’d irritate me to …

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Redeeming a Time of a Tragic Death—Another Miracle Testimony

Posted on February 1, 2021 by

by Troy Brewer A childhood friend had lost her parents in a terrible plane crash. Years later I was talking to her at a local store. “You know, I have prayed for you through the years,” I told her. “I can’t even imagine ho…

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The Cure for Loneliness

Posted on February 1, 2021 by

by Kim Wier “Dateline: America – more than 50% will be infected by the epidemic.” Imagine if that headline were in tomorrow’s newspaper. Actually, it turns out that is old news. The new numbers are even higher—and the ep…

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Safety in a Wild World 

Posted on February 1, 2021 by

by Jaime Jo Wright I don’t feel safe. At least fifty percent of my days are spent expecting tragedy or trauma at any moment. I realize this sounds extreme, but if we’re honest with ourselves, many of us are geared this way. Wh…

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Identity Crisis

Posted on February 1, 2021 by

by A.D. “Lumkile” Thomason Wounds are defined as mental or emotional hurt. For too long in the Black community we have accepted the things our culture and parents told us about the spiritual, mental, and psychological componen…

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