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The UNPLANNED Bloopers

A first-year college student adjusting to life in the States.

A brand-new pregnancy center desperate for new volunteers.

A mysterious phone call from a girl who’s far too young to be pregnant. 856 more words

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Debbonnaire Kovacs: Passionate about Jesus, writing, and more!

Welcome Debbonnaire Kovacs!

“I was born in Phoenix and raised all over the country, but especially in and near Seattle. I went to school in Ohio and Massachusetts, lived in Ohio for years, and finally found my true hometown just eight years ago—Berea, Kentucky! 1,108 more words

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ANN LEE MILLER

Welcome Ann Lee Miller who writes Christian fiction romance with meaning!

Q The name of your most recent book?
A. “Tattered Innocence”

Q. Any projects coming up? 1,182 more words

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Please welcome Author Christine Kincaid: a compassionate missionary to women

“My real name is Christine Kincaid, but I write as Chris Loehmer Kincaid. Loehmer is my maiden name and I use it as a tribute to my father and my sister. 1,746 more words

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TOM GRAFFAGNINO -Artist and Author

My guest is Tom Graffagnino, who is a compelling artist and author. He walks us through the experiences of grief, recovery, and God’s faithfulness using his hopeful and bright art. 2,073 more words

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Cajun Nights by D.J. Donaldson

D.J. Donaldson is the author of the incredibly popular Andy Broussard/Kit Franklyn Mystery Series, set in New Orleans.
Many people have read the novels, but what many don’t know is that these books almost became a TV series (3 separate times!) The loveable, relatable characters and the beautifully depicted creole setting caught many a producer’s eye—including the former director of programming at CBS. 134 more words

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When Lives Are Torn Asunder

Torn Asunder by Alana Terry

Torn Asunder is the newest suspense novel from award-winning author Alana Terry. Torn Asunder is the story of Hannah and Simon, two North Korean refugees who sneak back into their country to serve as underground missionaries. 583 more words

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