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  • Now, I’m a Believer

    One of the saddest things I encounter in my day job is children as young as six or seven who have given up believing. Much of it is out of necessity. Parents who live in extreme poverty, can’t afford the pain of children who wonder why Santa missed their home. There are always toy donations, …[ read more ]

  • Gifts for You, my Wonderful Readers, to Brighten Your Advent Season!

    To thank you, the readers who support us all year, I teamed with writer friends to assemble this virtual gift basket for you. Each author provided a free download to enhance your Christmas season. You are welcome to explore our websites. We have plenty to offer all year long, so this can become a gift …[ read more ]

  • Cook Your Way Through the Bible (and 10 other ways to battle Bible fatigue)

    Fatigue. We’re encountering it on multiple levels as this pandemic drags on. Compounding that, the Bible took a beating during the election. It’s easy to grow weary as people sword fight with God’s Word. And that weariness is the turnstile to wondering if anyone can really understand what it says. That turnstile puts you on …[ read more ]

  • Three Ways Jesus Handled Posers, Fakes, and Hypocrites

    Most of us operate under the delusion that posers, fakers, and hypocrites are easy to spot. The truth is that some are, others aren’t. According to 1 Timothy 5:24, “The sins of some people are conspicuous, going before them to judgment, but the sins of others appear later.” We’ve all been fooled by someone we …[ read more ]

  • Worship of Jesus isn’t a service we attend, it’s a position we take in the universe.

    The Body of Christ suffers in these times. The suffering isn’t fatal. We aren’t at risk of irreparable harm, because we belong to Jesus. Because of Him, the suffering will be used for our good and for His glory. Still, we are besieged from without and within. Division, attack, disbelief, falling away, conflict, prohibitions from …[ read more ]