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Breaking Free from the Bondage of Betrayal

Since January 2014 I have been doing a study on Breaking Free by Beth Moore.  Yes a year is a long time to spend on one book, but I’m not just reading, I’m memorizing the scriptures, answering the questions, doing chapter outlines, and trying to apply all that I am learning.   891 more words

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Skipping Thanksgiving?

Distant Fields–Two Days Free! 11/27 – 11/28

Brief Thanksgiving Announcement: In case you missed out on the earlier ‘free days,’ Distant Fields, the biography of George Markey, is going to be available for free on Kindle November 27-28. 567 more words


The First Thanksgiving: The Back Story

Of Plimoth Plantation by William Bradford

“In this precious volume…is told the noble, simple story ‘of Plimoth Plantation.’ In the midst of suffering and privation and anxiety the pious hand of William Bradford here set down in ample detail the history of the enterprise from its inception to the year 1647. 1,378 more words
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SuperGal vs. God

Hynson, Lori. SuperGal vs. God. Valley Forge, PA: Broken Shoe Press. 2013.

SuperGal could do anything…or so she thought. God on the other hand… had a different plan for her. 199 more words

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Rhythms of Grace

Weems, Kerri V. Rhythms of Grace: Discovering God’s Tempo for Your Life. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan. 2014.

Busy, busy, busy. Seems everyone is busy these days with daily schedules getting out-of-control, priorities being lost, rest and relaxation falling by the sidelines and relationships becoming difficult. 168 more words

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Trading Secrets

Carlson, Melody. Trading Secrets. Grand Rapids, MI: Revell Publishing. 2014.

Having been assigned as pen pals in fifth grade, Micah Knight and Zach Miller continue as pen pals then friends for many years while not actually meeting in person. 158 more words

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A roadside encounter

I have just finished a fascinating book by John Sutherland Bonnell called  ‘Heaven and hell. Now, he is not an author I have read before as he falls a little outside my normal author profile (U.S., Presbyterian), but I found the read enjoyable and stimulating (even though I do not agree with everything he wrote). 385 more words