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POETRY: Advent In Michigan by Sarah Arthur

In time
the sons of men filled the earth
with their evil deeds.
And God beheld the desolate wastes
the soiled streets
the bitter brown of barren fields… 134 more words

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Word Made Flesh -- A Celebration of Reading for Advent

In the month of December, the Christmas story often stands alone, lifted with huge parentheses out of the New Testament — maybe delivered in Linus’s hushed boy soprano, and then tucked away with the durable resin nativity set and the white twinkly lights until next year. 287 more words

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POETRY: Snowfall, by Sarah Arthur

When the snow falls
it falls like death
in slow layers
and keeps falling
till nothing we have known
is known.
We stand silent in the woods… 182 more words

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Standards Of Award-winning Christian Fiction

I highly recommend this recent article in CT Magazine written by Sarah Arthur, a judge of their novel of the year contest. Thoughtful, even a little provocative because she bucks some of the recent trends in Christian fiction.