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Making the Most of Turning 60

Sarah Robinson

Once you reach a certain age, your body seems to have its own agenda. It might be good if they could issue us precautions: “Stop! Don’t Go There! All the systems you’ve been taking for granted are soon to be going out-of-whack!” Could be the eyesight, memory lapse, or achy knees, hips, shoulder…and in my…

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Hearts Lie ~ God Doesn’t

Carmen Dillon

I remember once flipping through TV channels and stopping to watch Pocahontas. As Pocahontas tried to decide whom she should marry, how to react to the Englishmen, and whether or not to save John Smith, I watched a tree transform into an old woman who chanted, “Listen to your heart.” And then I watched Pocahontas…

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Christians Leak

Diane Karchner

The Word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart. ~Hebrews 4:12 {ESV} When I first started to seriously memorize Bible verses a few years ago, the first one…

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Timely Obstacles

Cole Smith

When writing a new novel, I’ve discovered a major weakness in my plotting. I don’t like to put obstacles in my character’s path. Sure, it’s fiction, but my poor protagonist has been through so much already. Can’t I just give her a little break, a vacation chapter, so she can relax and gather herself? It’s…

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