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How Jane Jenkins Herlong Flip-Flops Mess-ups Into Humor!

Jane Jenkins Herlong is a fellow Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas author and an Amazon bestselling author, in addition! After I read her hope-filled biography I really looked forward to [...]

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Better Than Ever Before: Karen Wingate’s Story Behind the Story

Though I haven’t met Karen Wingate in person I’ve been blessed by our online acquaintance.  She is also a client of our mutual agent, Linda S. Glaz of the Hartline Literary Agency. [...]

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How Pastor Nikola Dimitrov Shares the Four Gospels in a Unique Way

  Nikola Dimitrov is a pastor, writer, and translator who grew up on the other side of what was once referred to as the Iron Curtain. I’ve not met him but was intrigued when I learned about [...]

How Author and Autism Advocate, Karla Akins, Uses Words as Weapons for Good

  Karla Akins and I “met” online through our mutual agent and friend, Linda Glaz, of the Hartline Agency. Then I met her in person a few years ago at an ACFW conference and have [...]

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Why Author Janet S. Grunst Infuses Her Fiction With the Light of Truth

Janet Grunst and I are blessed to share both wonderful agent, Linda S. Glaz, and a publisher, Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. I first met Janet at an ACFW conference several years ago. I [...]

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Day 35 of 40 Days of Grace – How to Find Grace for the Roads Less Traveled

Day 35 – You can imagine my disappointment when the store manager at Barnes and Noble told me that due to budget cuts they couldn’t hire me after all. After two interviews going well, I was [...]

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Day 34 of 40 Days of Grace – How I Learned to See Grace in a Flower

Day 34 – This morning I trudged downstairs to find a vase full of wilted tulips. Many of the petals drooped. Some had fallen off during the night. The vibrant salmon pink color had drained [...]

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Day 33 of 40 Days of Grace – How I Found the Good Side of Melancholy

Day 33 – Depression is a delicate subject for believers, but there are grieving hearts, naturally sad people, and a combination of both in every pew. We smile and pretend everything is all [...]

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Day 32 of 40 Days of Grace – Lessons From My Abba

Day 32 – When my youngest was probably five or six we were listening to a Christian radio station one morning as a man was singing about God’s righteousness and my son stopped eating his [...]

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Day 31 of 40 Days of Grace – Seeing Behind the Scenes

Day 31 – Today I had an unexpected blessing. Nearly a year ago I met a lady at the ophthalmologist’s office. I think we both were reading and began talking about the books in our hands. She told [...]

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