Monthly Archives: September 2014

Literacy Decline?

Oh, the changes that have come to modern literature! Sentences and paragraphs have gotten shorter. White space has increased. The stakes have gotten higher, for if they didn’t, our texting, tweeting, movie-watching culture wouldn’t read past page one. Are we … Continue reading

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I wanted it so badly I could taste it. I had studied the guidelines, examined the reader profile, and scanned back issues. I was ready. Setting fingers to keyboard, I delved into writing an article for a well-known Christian magazine. … Continue reading

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Angel in Disguise?

What can be worse than blowing a tire on a dark stretch of interstate at 2 A.M.? Plenty can, but to two weary women traveling alone with no civilization in sight, over 100 miles away from completing our 1,480-mile round-trip … Continue reading

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Something Out of Nothing

Genesis 1:1—In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. God put His “Seal of Approval” on creativity from the start. He brought forth the earth and seas and sky and everything above, below and in between…out of “thin … Continue reading

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Wishing You Were Here

Tomorrow my baby girl leaves for Italy. For four months. She’s a junior in college, but she lives only forty minutes away and comes home three or four times a week, so she hasn’t really “gone” to college. This will … Continue reading

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