It pleases God when we don’t ignore those in need. There are so many scriptures that speak of this. One of the scriptures which speaks of this that stands out in my mind is Isaiah 58. Here God proclaims the kind of fast that pleases Him. It has nothing to […]
I confess that there are some things in my past that I would like to forget. Just wipe them out and pretend they never happened. And there are things in my life that are delightful that I love to pull out of my memories and mull over. There is a […]
Applause echoed through the room. There were even a few whistles and cheers.
This quick read has more romance than suspense, which is a good thing in my mind. As Meg and Cade attempt to flee their pasts, they both have an opportunity to see the other at their worst – and yet that is much better than they had hoped. I felt […]
What in the world were the car keys doing in the refrigerator?
by Robin Caroll Published by Gilead Publishing Genres: Christian Fiction, Mystery As I reached my hand forward to insert my key and open the garage door, I suppressed a scream! Right above the keyhole, dangling over the wood that framed the garage door was a huge Colombian Red-Tailed Boa! I […]
Sometimes, it is really hard for me to look in the mirror and feel beautiful. I look and see the wrong weight, the puffy eyes or the blemishes or whatever else it is that detracts from my definition of attractive. Strangely, though, these are not things that I look for […]
People who know my husband and me often comment on how different we are and how they never would have pictured us together. While I am outgoing, optimistic, and, dare I say, effervescent, my dear husband is very much an introvert and tends to be more calm and serious. I […]
Something was prowling around outside in the darkness. I could hear the sound of objects on the patio being shuffled around. Slowly and cautiously, I made my way to the French doors at the rear of our house, wanting to see who or what was out there. Once I was […]
I was certain he was dead. There he lay, so still, with no sign of breathing. No twitching. Not to mention that he was just inches from my feet. Surely if there was any life in him, he would have scurried away. Felix ignored the corpse, so I resolved to […]