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Lori Galaske
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Gideon: By his own admission, his family was the weakest of his tribe, and he was the weakest in his family (Judges 6: 15-16). Midianites: Big bullies who oppressed the Israelites back in the day. As the story goes, this little-nobody-Gideon is doing manual...
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Not the End of the Story
This is my son with his wife and their son (taken over a year ago - note to self: take pictures of your children, not just your grand children at family gatherings!) My son's birthday is coming up, which as birthdays do, causes me to reflect on him and on h...
Not the End of the Story
Not the End of the Story
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A Letter to My Son
This is my grandson (I know. He's pretty dang cute, right?) His daddy, my son, posted a picture of him on Instagram with a caption stating that he could not love this baby any more. What he doesn't know, what he can't possibly know right now, is that he wil...
A Letter to My Son
A Letter to My Son
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Imagine This
The three of us stood there talking after service. It's what we do at my church. Little groups of people standing around throughout the sanctuary catching up and making plans and meeting new friends. I was speaking with a long-time friend and my sister-in-l...
Imagine This
Imagine This
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A Mary Heart
Mary and the infamous Martha: I've long pondered these two sisters. It's always seemed so unfair of Jesus to rebuke Martha for her busy-ness. I confess, I've taken it personally. I'm very practical. I see what needs to be done, I do it. I like life to be or...
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How to Enliven Your Writing
I'm a big fan of character-driven stories, so when I read Peggy Archer's article on how to enliven your writing through developing your characters, I immediately asked her if I could share it on my blog. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!   I attended a ...
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Kidlit Picks: Where the Red Fern Grows
Growing up, I had this idea that books about dogs and horses were
boys' books, off-limits to girls unless you were a tomboy, which I most
definitely was not. I loved dogs and thought horses were pretty cool
too, but I refused to read books about them - w...
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PB Review - Maggie Mae: Detective Extraordinairre
  Maggie Mae When Grandma's fresh baked cookies are stolen, Maggie Mae is
on the case. She gathers clues and interrogates suspects. She attempts to catch
the thief in the act but is foiled by her own sneeze. Still she perseveres and
saves the day (or cookie...
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