Monthly Archives: September 2018

One Person at a Time

I always say that, for an author, writing the book is the easy part. The next hardest is getting someone to publish it, but by far the hardest part of all is getting anyone to even hear about it, let … Continue reading

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A New Thing

At the writing retreat I attended a couple of weeks ago, one of the speakers read a verse from Isaiah 43 that I have been pondering ever since: Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do … Continue reading

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The Actual Greatest Love of All

For three days this week, I attended a writer’s retreat on the beautiful conference grounds in my city. It was a wonderful time of reuniting with old friends and making new ones. As it always is, it was a joy … Continue reading

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