Author Archives: Sara Davison

A Wartime Mother’s Story

I thought I’d share a bit of my writing with you today, in honour of Remembrance Day here in Canada on Sunday, November 11. This is a monologue I wrote, one of a series of three that were performed at … Continue reading

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When it’s Hard to be Salt and Light

It was definitely a dilemma. Forty or fifty cars pouring out of a church parking lot and being stopped on a side street, a court where the only exit was blocked by trucks, bulldozers, and a construction crew. Other than … Continue reading

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Christmas Blog Tour

The publishing company I have contracted with to put out my new trilogy beginning in June 2019 is conducting a Christmas blog tour over the next month! The staff and authors of Mountain Brook Ink are so grateful for the … Continue reading

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Trust and Obey – Is There Really no Other Way?

One of the earliest Sunday school songs I remember singing is, “Trust and Obey”. As I’m sure many of you remember, the words are: trust and obey, for there’s no other way, to be happy in Jesus, than to trust … Continue reading

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Let Sleeping Dogs Lie

Every day, some new article on how to maximize productivity lands in my inbox or appears as I scroll through Facebook. The one I got yesterday promised me that if I followed this person’s plan, I could have an entire … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving is not a Feeling

Sometimes I just plain don’t feel all that grateful. Which is to say, at certain times the very few things I am currently experiencing in my life for which I am not terribly thankful overshadow those many, many blessings for … Continue reading

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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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