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It Only Takes a Spark

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God gave me a very encouraging vision about the books He has placed in me and you. He showed me a bonfire, one that was burning very brightly and was extremely hot. I could hear the crackling of the fire and there were lots of “POPS” that would emit burning embers into the air. That […]

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What does Glory Look Like?

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Think of glory. It is radiant, brilliant, light, and warmth. It is amazing and breath-taking. The definition of doxazo, the Greek word for glory says, “to make glorious, adorn with lustre, clothe with splendour – to render it excellent.” After enjoying the last supper with His disciples, Jesus began to pray to His Father: Jesus […]

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Happy National Grammar Day!

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Here is a big shout out to all of your English teachers along the way who taught you the importance of English grammar! Happy National Grammar Day! Proper punctuation can be the difference of a wonderful meal together or cannibalism! Let’s eat, Grandma! or Let’s eat Grandma! Going back, I remember the endless drills in […]

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Breaking Through Writer’s Block

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So you have the fabulous idea to write a book. You sit down at your computer and…NOTHING! You start to write and then you hear the “tap, tap, tap, tap” of the backspace button. The cursor is taunting you as it sits there winking at you off the blank page. UGH!!!! Writer’s Block! I don’t […]

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And the Dynasty Continues…

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The thrill of the win…and everything that comes along with it. In listening to a radio show this morning – the day after “the big game”, Super Bowl LIII – they were asking people what was the best part of the Super Bowl for them. People had answers ranging from “I found a dollar in […]

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Make Your Writing Flat…

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Last week my daughter and I received a special guest in the mail…Flat Stanley. For those of you who haven’t met Flat Stanley yet, he is a character from a children’s book series that began back in the 1960’s by Jeff Brown. It was about a boy named Stanley Lambchop that was flattened when a […]