While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.
Spring is probably my favorite time of the year. Even though with each change of season I get a little giddy looking forward to the transformation that each will bring. The beginning of springtime for me is not a date on the calendar. It’s when the…Continue
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“The mark of a great barbeque is meat that is tender, with a good balance of smoke, spice, sauce, and meat flavor. This delicate balance is hard to reach at first, but with practice, you will be able to achieve it fairly quickly,” Matt Pelton writes in his book, Up in Smoke – A Complete Guide to Cooking with Smoke.
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When you find yourself stalking an author’s web site to follow the progress of their next book’s release, it’s a sure sign you are hooked on their work. Such is the case for me with author Rebecca Carey Lyles and her Kate Neilson Series.
Winds of Freedom, the second book in the series, is a well-written story with the wonderfully developed characters we met in the first book, Winds of Wyoming. The compelling plot takes the reader from the relative tranquility of the…Continue
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You are the salt of the earth. Just in case you do not know what this means, allow me to explain. In the context in which Jesus was speaking, his listeners would have known that salt was the second most important commodity on earth. The sun was number one, and salt was number two.
In ancient Rome, people were paid for their labor in salt. That is how valuable it was. At the end of the day, you would receive salt as pay. That is where we get our…
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Michelle Cox is visiting today and talking about her new book she co-authored with Rene Gutteridge, Just 18 Summers. Come on by and find out all the buzz and don't forget to enter to win a copy @ http://duhpaynes.blogspot.com/2014/04/michelle-cox-shares-about-just-18.html…Continue
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“’Whew, that was close’ Captain No Beard said ‘Being a captain is hard work.’” Carole P. Roman writes in her children’s story, Captain No Beard – An Imaginary Tale of a Pirate’s Life.
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“Want to know the secret to creating beautiful, delicious desserts your friends and family will love? It’s all about layers!” Glory Albin writes in the introduction to her cookbook, Glorious Layered Desserts.
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“It is the second most populated country in the world. That means a lot of people live there and it is very crowded,” Carole P. Roman writes in her children’s story, If You Were Me and Lived In … India – A Child’s Introduction to Cultures Around the World.
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A Moonlight Promise
This was my first story by Laurie Alice Eakes and I sincerely enjoyed A Moonlight Promise. It was a sweet story with just enough danger to make it a satisfying read. Camilla and Nathaniel's reliance on faith in God in the face of difficult circumstances…Continue
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“If you were me and lived in France, your home would be here in Western Europe. You might live in the capital, Paris,” Carole P. Roman writes in her children’s story, If You Were Me and Lived In … France – A Child’s Introduction to Cultures Around the World.
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“The truth is, God could turn your situation around overnight, but sometimes it’s more important for you to undergo a turnaround in your character, your faith, or your heart attitude,” Danette Joy Crawford writes in her book, Total Turnaround – 12 Keys to Breakthrough in Every Area of Your Life.
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Rebecca Maney, contributing reviewer at Stuff & Nonsense, reviews Caught in the Middle by Regina Jennings @ http://duhpaynes.blogspot.com/2014/03/review-caught-in-middle-by-regina.html "Is God to be loved apart from His gifts?" "Is He to be obeyed despite the consequences?" Anne…Continue
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Marty Dandridge Olson is ready to leave behind the pain of the past.
Answering an advertisement for a "Lone Star bride," she leaves her Texas ranch and heads to Denver to marry a man she doesn't know.
Jake Wythe is the man waiting for her.
Burned by love, he marries now simply to satisfy the board of Morgan…
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"Hallie sat down, and just like Robin, she flapped and flapped her knees. She looked just like a beautiful butterfly. Feeling light as a feather, she giggled,” Carole P. Roman writes in her children’s story, I Want To Do Yoga Too.
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Tadeo Turtle is the story of a turtle who longs to be different. Written in rhyme with watercolour pictures Tadeo delights all children. Ages 2-7. Preschool. Check out …Continue
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“Stella stared at the man beside her, this Jew Killer who had taken possession of her. With or without false papers, her life might only stretch as far as the next hour. What did he really want with her?” Kate Breslin writes in her debut novel, For Such A Time.
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Sometimes the Holy Spirit comes right down from Heaven, or wherever it is that He presides and weaves His way into my heart, plucking out the weary and sad parts and filling my being with the never-ending love of Christ. Needless to say after a recent church service at my home church, Pleasant Ridge Baptist, State Road, N.C., I am filled to overflowing.
We all long for peace, for comfort, and the reassuring truth that there’s more to this old life than what meets the eye. The…Continue
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