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Author Spotlight: Time Out, Valentine by Melinda Dozier (Guest Post!)

I am so excited to have fellow TWRP author, Melinda Dozier, visiting me today. She’s celebrating her new release Time Out, Valentine! I had to laugh as I read her guest post because I’m totally with her (on the first two especially). 1,025 more words

Guest Post

THIRTEEN (Ming Hua Memories)

Today I’m very excited to be posting a guest-blog by the immensely talented Nike Sulway. Nike is the author of several novels, including Rupetta, which—in 2014—was the first work by an Australian writer to win the James Tiptree, Jr Award. 813 more words

Memoir

Most Unique Valentines Day Gifts

Surprise that someone special with a valentines day gift that would blow their minds! Chocolates, teddies, clothes and such are so passe, this year gift them something they would cherish and not be able to forget for a lifetime! 452 more words

Love

Going through the motions? {Special Guest Post by Loretta Yopp}

Welcoming back my friend Loretta Yopp today as she shares her heart on Psalms 49-50!

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Psalm 49

“Going to Leave it all Behind”

David is speaking boldly in this chapter, telling men and women regardless of their ranking to listen to the wisdom that God has placed in his heart. 710 more words

Bible

Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon Race Review

It is December and the weary marathoner wants one more race but it has to be warm, flat, and a little adventure before the New Year begins. 696 more words

Running

Diversity and Multiculturalism: missing pieces in the migration and development jigsaw?

By Paul Clewett

Current development debates on migration go by and large like this: financial remittance flows often outweigh overseas development assistance and in some places even foreign investment, making them incredibly important for tackling poverty and spurring development. 1,028 more words

Culture & Integration

The Tongue: a Tool for a Fool or a Device to be Nice? Guest Post by Karen Finn

Ministry Mamas, I want to introduce you to my new friend Karen Finn. She is the author of Is Your Fruit Sweet or Sour?, a teen-girl Bible study about their spiritual fruit. 1,288 more words

Women