Tag Archives: Encouragement

Your Chance to Brag and My Top 5 Posts in March

My friend Chuck and I watched the Kansas-Kentucky college basketball championship game last night. Not exactly a game for the ages, but congratulations to Coach John Calipari and his Wildcats for a game well played. We may not all have … Continue reading

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Close Encounters of the Moose Kind

Linda Rondeau is one of my writing critique partners. We met at the 2008 American Christian Fiction Writers Conference in Minneapolis that she references in this post. Her first book, The Other Side of Darkness, debuted in the Fall of … Continue reading

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3 Gifts of Encouragement

Sometimes you run across good stuff you want to share with others. These two videos and one article, in my humble opinion, will do two things for you. First of all, here are things you cannot expect these things to … Continue reading

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Rumors of God Book Review

A friend’s mistake and recommendation prompted me to read Rumors of God by Darren Whitehead and Jon Tyson. Richard Burkey attended a Christian conference and received three complimentary books. He had the choice of which three and picked up the … Continue reading

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Tough Times Provide Plenty of Reasons to be Thankful

A wife travels to Texas, a husband to Israel. Wife gets sick. Husband worries himself sick. What good can come out of that? This morning I rose in Bethlehem with the Muslim call to early prayer (4:00 AM, an unfamiliar … Continue reading

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