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Lou Ann Keiser
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pastor's wife, mother, grandma, author, blogger
pastor's wife, mother, grandma, author, blogger

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Why Marriage is Out of Style
As Christians,
sometimes we get hung up about other people’s hang-ups. For example, we get
frustrated that people don’t get married anymore. We look at all the singles,
divorced people, and “friends” living together, and we tend to think, “Why
don’t they ge...

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Fiction Review--Restored: Never Give Up Hope
Restored:
Never Give Up Hope , by Kimberly Rae is the third
book in The Broken Series. I’ve reviewed the first two books, Shredded (here) and Shattered (here) . They’re about childhood sexual abuse and human
trafficking and slavery. These three books are be...

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Thirty-nine Years: Where Did They Go?
We were married in my home church on a steamy day in July. Mostly, the wedding went without a snag. I was a glowing bride. Not
enjoying being the center of attention, my husband wanted the wedding to be
over as soon as possible. We held the reception at my ...

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Someone Wants You Dead (and the Good News)
Cults of death are nothing new, but they take
different forms. There’s a Netflix show, 13
Reasons Why  about the reasons a girl named Hannah commits suicide. There’s a new
club called “The Blue Whale” which instructs members to perform certain tasks. The
la...

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"Shall We Dance?"
Almost every baby
moves to music. He might bob up and down to the rhythm—or not quite with the
rhythm. It’s so cute! I have a life-long love affair with music, especially
classical. When I was in junior high, I would put on Tchaikovsky and twirl
around our ...

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The Abomination File: Why Pride Tops the List
Every time I read
this list, I’m struck by the number one sin: a proud look . I mean, wouldn’t you think murder is worse? Or lying ?
(It’s mentioned twice.) No, it’s pride .
Simply pride. These six things doth the LORD hate: yea, seven are an abomination un...

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When You Want to Answer with a Zinger, What Do You Do?
Oh, the things we
want to say! I’m being real, here: there are some posts on social media
that just beg you for a smarty reaction . . . or a debate . . . or even a put down.
People are pushing your button, and you feel compelled to say . . . “Raspberries!” ...

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Gut Health and More Important Things
We’re always
bombarded with the latest cure-all. Back in the old days, it was the same. “Take this tonic. It’ll heal whatever ails you!” There were miracle medicine salesmen back then, and there are today. By the way, essential oils, anyone? Take some
frank...

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"Shall We Dance?"
Almost every baby
moves to music. He might bob up and down to the rhythm—or not quite with the
rhythm. It’s so cute. I have a life-long love affair with music, especially
classical. When I was in junior high, I would put on Tchaikovsky and twirl
around our ...

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Non-fiction Review: As Soon As I Fell: A Memoir
As
Soon As I Fell: A Memoir , by Kay Bruner is not what
I was expecting when I got it. It’s the true story of a missionary couple and their children who go to the Solomon Islands
as Bible translators. They live among the native people in quite primitive
con...
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