Isaiah

Who Is Isaiah’s Wife?

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I attended my favorite annual conference—ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers)—at the end of September. It’s always fun to meet new-to-me authors—some published, some aspiring, and some so new to writing they’re not even aspiring yet!   At one lunch discussion, I met a sweet gal named—Jerusha. Upon hearing her name, I squealed, “I’ve never met a Jerusha!!”  She looked rather startled. …

chaos in the news

The Christian Response to Chaos

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For several years now, I’ve been getting my news from the little blurbs on my internet homepage or the scattered feeds on Facebook. I can’t stand watching any of the evening news—local or cable—because they’re either too slanted or too jaded. I admit, this has perhaps made me a little less “informed” than some of you. Let me assure you, …

Princess

The Troubled Princess by Aimee Eddy

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Princess Michal, the “younger daughter of King Saul” (1 Samuel 14:49). I’ve always considered her brave, misunderstood, and troubled. Her name means “Who is God?” Do you ever feel your life is reflecting similar, troubling questions? If so, you and I might have plenty to chat about with Michal over coffee. Life Unfolding As a daughter of the first king …

REAL PEOPLE REAL GOD

Real People, Real God—Good News and Bad…

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Download the Study Notes Today, we’ll highlight the rest of the OT story by discussing the highs and lows of various characters and periods in Israel’s history. Follow along with the notes: Oh, That King Saul Saul, if you remember from our last episode, was handsome and a head taller than any man in Israel. High point:  Saul showed admirable …

Tell Me a Story

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One of the greatest challenges for any writer is a little concept called, “Show! Don’t tell!” If editors and agents were paid a dime for each time they corrected it, I’m guessing many of them would be retired by now! As a reader, you might not notice it—until you read a book that told you things rather than describing them. …