Monthly Archives: November 2011

Hearing From God

Pastor Zeke is a fictional character. He’s the director of Rustic Knoll Christian Camp, the imaginary setting for my novel, Sticks & Stones. In the book, he’s described like this: “His squat stature, white hair and matching mustache made him look … Continue reading

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DOG Spelled Backward

One of my favorite sayings is one I saw on a bumper sticker. I’m a dog lover, so maybe that’s why I appreciate it, but it said, “DOG spelled backward is still man’s best friend.” Recently, I had several hectic … Continue reading

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Music hath Charms to Soothe (or Rouse) the Savage Beast

Sometimes, life forces us to make decisions made all the more difficult because of the emotions wrapped up in the outcome. As a young adult, I left my family’s denominational church and sought membership at an independent Bible church. The … Continue reading

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Loving With An Agenda

The Love Chapter in the Bible, 1 Corinthians 13, speaks of self-less love that “does not brag,” “does not seek its own,” “bears all things,” and “endures all things.” This is something I’m still working on. Jennifer Slattery’s post convicted … Continue reading

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