Abraham takes us another step toward Easter. Pulled out of the muddle of spirituality gone wild, he is called by God to reach past all he knows and settle in a new land. He is far from perfect. He engages in great acts of faith but passes his wife off as his sister. He hasContinue reading “Imagine Easter – part 3”
Easter had to come because of one man. The first man. Of course, everyone of us since has confirmed that Easter had to be. Whatever you believe happened in Eden with Adam and Eve it is clear that the Biblical story reminds us that Easter had to happen because our first parents doubted, disbelieved andContinue reading “Imagine Easter – part 1”
Adam dies and the generations after him. For a while, it seems the venom of the snake in the hearts of men would go unchecked until the poison consumed anything good that was left from creation. That continued until the Creator saw how deep the poison had gone – infecting every thought and motive inContinue reading “Imagine Easter – part 2”
Chapter One – a preview of the next book prior to final edits Goodness no longer made sense. Death was here. Hidden in the hills of the Galil. Like a hand groping forward in the darkness toward its prey. Salome quivered as the sensation raced up her spine. Silence vibrated through the trees, interruptedContinue reading “Salome – the Good Sister”
5 nods on the short list is still no guarantee of winning Word Guild’s novel of the year in the categories listed. The level of excellence continues to rise among Canadian Christian writers. Fortunately, the Cross Maker won the historical novel of the year award. The 32nd Annual Awards presentation was co-hosted by Soul H2OContinue reading “We Have a Winner”
I was honoured today by the Word Guild Awards when judges gave 5 nods toward the first two books in the Cross Maker series, in Historical, Adult and Romance categories. Take a look half way through as Sherry Stahl reads out the names of fiction books being recognized. You’ll see my cover pages flash acrossContinue reading “Cross Maker Series – 5 nods as finalist”
Okay, let’s do this. Name 5 or 6 challenges your son or daughter is facing right now and tell me how you’re helping them through. What are some skills and growth areas you would like to establish in them as they face the years ahead? Is your relationship strong enough to endure the changing developmentalContinue reading “12 tasks of adulthood”
Who am I when locked up alone behind closed doors? Who am I when restrictions prohibit the habits and wanderings that are such a part of my daily routine? Who am I when the screens are all shut down and the voices all fade away? These are the questions many of us are trying toContinue reading “Who am I?”
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