Sunday Sermon in a Sentence

The Call to Love our Enemies Exposes our Hearts

You may be familiar with the story of the 'Good Samaritan', the one about the good guy who helps his enemy by rescuing his beaten up and bloodied body out of the gutter and paying for his recovery. Do you know the backstory to this story, the brackets before and after, and the reason why Jesus… Continue reading The Call to Love our Enemies Exposes our Hearts

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Daily Devotionals

I have a new phone, the screen is bigger than I think is absolutely necessary but I've discovered it's going to be great for blogging! One of the apps I've downloaded is called Solid Joys - a daily devotional. I've not used it before as I was familiar with Daily Bread but I have enjoyed… Continue reading Daily Devotionals

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Behold the Wonder of a Book Nook — Parent Co.

I LOVE these ideas, I'll be making one of them tomorrow with a mosquito net and cushions for the kiddos. The milk bottle nook is amazing too... After a school day, my boys need some quiet time on their own. We live in rural Arizona in a spread out ranch style house, so space isn’t… Continue reading Behold the Wonder of a Book Nook — Parent Co.

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How to Help Kids Create a Culture of Personal Accountability — Parent Co.

'spilling water is normal, but cleaning the mess up is also normal'. Here is some gentle and sensible advice on enabling our children to become mature and considerate adults. Even the youngest kids benefit from knowing they are responsible for their behavior. Personal accountability means teaching kids that actions have consequences. Protecting our kids and… Continue reading How to Help Kids Create a Culture of Personal Accountability — Parent Co.

Sunday Sermon in a Sentence

Sunday in a Sentence #2

'Who do you say I am?' - Jesus Christ's Son-of-God status humiliated through His Son-of-man sacrifice opened the way for us to have a heavenly future worth more than any earthly thing. The big question is, what is your answer to His question?

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The Cinderella Complex – Waiting For Mr. Write : Women Writers, Women’s Books

Here's a great article by Evie Gaughan on not putting off writing just because it's not 'good enough' yet. It's obvious that the only way to improve as a writer is to WRITE more. Maybe it's time to stop thinking and worrying so much and just do? via The Cinderella Complex – Waiting For Mr.… Continue reading The Cinderella Complex – Waiting For Mr. Write : Women Writers, Women’s Books

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A Beginner’s Guide to Creating an Email List for Free

A wealth of very valuable information here from Steve:

Author Steve Boseley - Half a Loaf of Fiction

email listSo what’s an email list?

You know email, right? You know lists, yes? Well an email list, in its most basic terms, is a list of email addresses and possibly names of people that have given you permission to send them updates and information about you and your products. Email marketing, if you want a name for it.

For an author, an email list is crucial if you want to sell your work. Your email list is an opportunity to talk about your books, upcoming projects, interviews and appearances, in fact, anything that you think your potential audience may be interested in. So if you’ve ever wondered how to make that happen, read on to discover how to create and grow your email list for FREE!

But why email, and do I need one?

There are several key factors that make email the king when it comes to selling…

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