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The Last Sin Eater (Movie Review)

Plot Summary

Cadi Forbes has lived all her life in a Welsh immigrant settlement deep in the Appalachian Mountains, isolated from the world outside.  She has lived in fear, as have the people in her settlement, and now she has a terrible secret to guard.  445 more words

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Book Review: Finding Mercy

I don’t do this very often however I must share this!

For me, a (almost graduating) college student — the best way for me to travel is through reading. 438 more words


HEAVEN SENT (formerly known as Christmastime)

Echoing in the deepest depths of space, a humble prayer ascends: One from Maire Taylor, a smart, beautiful businesswoman who asks that her husband find the strength and wisdom to let go of their 9 year old marriage … While a second prayer simultaneously comes from Billy Taylor, a hopelessly romantic artist who asks that his wife receive the strength and wisdom to hold on. 550 more words

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Finding Mercy by Michael Landon, jr. and Cindy Kelley

I typically avoid starting series. Well, I will unless all the novels are out, or the books can all be read as standalone novels. Of course once in awhile an author I love will start a series and I read them and allow myself the torture of having to wait for the next book. 582 more words

Book Review

A Book Review: Finding Mercy, by Michael Landon Jr. and Cindy Kelley

You close your eyes and fall promptly to sleep, confident in whom you are, what your beliefs are, and what your future holds. You awake some eight hours later, your mind totally blank, with strangers taking care of you, in a land you know nothing about. 361 more words

Christian Films

I rarely watch Christian films. They are too poorly made. This is not true of Hollywood. In the Christian film industry, however, poor quality is an epidemic. 479 more words


Review: Traces of Mercy by Michael Landon, Jr. and Cindy Kelley

As a kid, I loved watching Little House on the Prairie. As a I got older, I still enjoyed it. Even now I like watching reruns. 492 more words

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