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What I Learned From the Little Red Poppy

What I Learned From the Little Red Poppy

When I was a kid I dreaded Memorial Day. While all my friends got to sleep in (it was summer vacation [...]

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Takin’ the High Road

Takin’ the High Road

  In my neck of the woods it’s not often that a girl makes it big in Nashville, but that’s [...]

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Summerlost: Great Middle Grade Fiction

Summerlost: Great Middle Grade Fiction

Middle grade fiction will always hold a special place in my heart. Most of the stories are mature enough to have [...]

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Some Things About Spring

Some Things About Spring

Spring on the farm is one of my favorite times of year. In Iowa long winters are the norm, [...]

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Jesus Calling-A Great Waker Upper

Jesus Calling-A Great Waker Upper

One of my favorite devotionals is Sarah Young’s Jesus Calling. Many times as I read the devotion for the [...]

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The All-in-One Write And Edit Mistake

The All-in-One Write And Edit Mistake

Though I make more writing mistakes than I care to mention, the biggest one is the temptation to hit [...]

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Romances Aren’t Just for Valentine’s Day

Romances Aren’t Just for Valentine’s Day

The Girl From the Train by Irma Joubert is one of the most fascinating books I read last year. [...]

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What’s Your Mission?

What’s Your Mission?

Mission work has always been a dream of mine, but so far it hasn’t panned out. At least not [...]

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Light: My Word for the Year

Light: My Word for the Year

“Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord rises upon you. See, darkness covers [...]

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While You Were Sleeping

While You Were Sleeping

While You Were Sleeping is one of those great movies you can watch over and over and never get [...]

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