Who Me Brave? Guest Post by Janet Thompson

Who Me Brave? Guest Post by Janet Thompson   What do you think of when you hear the word brave? We might all define bravery in different terms, but I think we can agree it takes courage to be brave. I heard Bill Carter, a former Secret Service Agent on a…


Bless This Mess: Guest Post by Debora M. Coty

Did you know pregnancy actually alters a woman’s brain, changing the size and structure of areas involved in emotional attachment to their young? A recent Nature Neuroscience study found that motherly nurturing skills – like perceiving the feelings and perspectives of others – are enhanced in pregnancy and continue for at least two…


Why? Why? Why? Guest post by James N. Watkins

  Why? Why? Why? Guest post by James N. Watkins If you have children,nieces and nephews, or younger siblings, you know that a three-year-old’s favorite word is why. “Johnny, hold my hand while we cross the street.” “Why?” “Because I don’t want you to run out in front of a car.” “Why?” “Because…


Meet an Angelic New Tale: Evie

Welcome Chaz Funderburg, author of today's guest post, as he introduces his new novel, Evie: An Angel’s Redemption.    Can angels find salvation?   This was the hypothetical question I asked myself before I started my first book, Evie: An Angel’s Redemption.” Although there is no precedent for this, I do…


Where Do You Dwell? – Guest Post

Guest Blog from Lucinda Secrest McDowell, author of “Dwelling Places” Where Do You Dwell? by Lucinda Secrest McDowell   One word. In the days preceding the New Year, one word kept clamoring for my attention from surprising places – dwell. I read it in my psalm for the day “Whoever dwells…

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