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Van Gogh and Me: Pursuing Our Vocations

Dear Theo: The Autobiography of Vincent Van Gogh contains much spiritual treasure.

Van Gogh originally set out to follow in his father’s footsteps as a pastor, but for reasons that are only somewhat revealed, it didn’t work out.  642 more words

Spiritual Reflections

True Stories

One of Anne Lamott’s totally true stories.

I’m really starting to care a lot less of what certain people (most people) think of me.

It’s a good thing.

Postaday

Lost Heroes and my workload

To put it blunt, this is for a partial apologize. The end of March is right around the corner and the next issue of my “ 226 more words

Fiction

Where The Thousand Words Come In

I love world-building. Of all the things that will suck me into a book and force me to buy all of the author’s works, the world is one of them. 550 more words

Musings

WRITING TIPS FROM SOMERSET MAUGHAM

These days the writer Somerset Maugham (1874-1965) is best known for his novel Of Human Bondage and of course his short stories but back in the day he was also known as a prolific and immensely successful playwright and adaptor of his own works for Hollywood. 466 more words

WRITING

Abounding Grace, A Faith Journey, Loving to Write, Making a Difference, My Lord and Friend: Friday Featured Followers

Where Grace Abounds : In which human frailty encounters Divine Strength

My name is Heather. I’m a Christian, happy-to-stay-home wife of one wonderful husband and homeschooling mama of six terrific children.

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Spiritual Reflections

I read because I write and I write because I read

Right?

Write.

I wanted to talk about my own writing, because I can assure you, I have a bit more skill than non-proofread reviews. Which I should go fix…. 94 more words

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