Category Archives: Motivations

Christmas… What if There’s More to the Story?

The Woman, the Child and the Dragon~The Adventure Awaits: The Choice is Yours I never expected to hear a Christmas story that began in the book of revelations. A woman, a baby, and a powerful, murderous dragon lurking, waiting, watching… … Continue reading

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What Price Freedom?

An estimated 36 million people are living in slavery today. That’s more than the total number of people taken from Africa to America in the vast trans-Atlantic slave trade between the 17th and 19th centuries. SOURCE: GLOBAL SLAVERY INDEX 2013 That’s a … Continue reading

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Stories that Ask for More by Eileen Rife

  Have you ever asked yourself why you read? Maybe you love a good mystery simply for the delicious spine-tingling suspense, or a horror story for the sheer terror the villain evokes. Perhaps you enjoy a love story that makes … 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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Garment of Praise

Isaiah 61:3 (NIV) … to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of gladness instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair. They will be called oaks of righteousness, … Continue reading

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Headaches and Happiness

I thought I was supposed to have this post up last week, but I spent most of Tuesday trying not throw up. I get migraines when it storms. I take medication to prevent that, but it doesn’t always work. I also … Continue reading

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Glorious Discomfort

At first glance, the building didn’t look so scary. If it had, my friend and I probably wouldn’t have gone in. Or at least we would’ve prayed long and hard before we did. But shortly after we’d stepped into the dark … Continue reading

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