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Interview with Laura Sassi: Author of Goodnight, Ark and Goodnight, Manger

Originally posted on my previous blog on December 13, 2016.

I am so excited for today’s post! I had the honor to interview Laura Sassi, author of two of Jimmie’s favorite books, Goodnight, Ark and Goodnight, Manger. 1,124 more words

Christianity in 30 Seconds

Three years ago, we introduced you to Tim Day’s book God Enters Stage Left. At the time it was published, it was part of a movement wherein many authors and publishers were looking for ways to express the Biblical narrative as a single story, unfettered by the divisions between its various books in general and the line of separation between the first and second testaments in particular. 434 more words


Can You Truly Be Saved, Sexy, and Single?

Almost two years ago, I had just gotten out of a bad relationship where I felt I was going down a destructive path by not honoring God and holding myself accountable for the actions I allowed myself to participate in. 961 more words


How I’m 30, I’m Single and I Don’t Care Changed My Perspective on Being Single

Recently, I purchased a book on Amazon called I’m 30, I’m Single, and I Don’t Care by Juliette Bush. I enjoy reading novels about how to be content with being single and how to grow closer to God. 712 more words


Daniel and the Triune Quest...It's Official!

In this Post…
  • Updates: Daniel and the Triune Quest…It’s Official
  • Review Daniel and the Sun Sword On AMAZON! • 
  • Book Trailer •

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How to Recognize a Christian

When a consecrated believer follows the Lord faithfully several evidences appear sooner or later.  Meekness and quietness of spirit become, in time, characteristics of daily life.  82 more words

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The hole in our holiness

“No matter what you profess, if you show disregard for Christ by giving yourself over to sin – impenitently and habitually – then heaven is not your home” (DeYoung, The Hole in Our Holiness, p.

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