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I received this great advice from a friend re: circles

I received this piece of great advice from Karen Rabbitt, author of Trading Fathers. She’s given me permission to post it. Hi Mary, Re: nourishing yourself while nourishing others. First, I applaud the humility that prompts you to ask for advice. That shows a recognition of your own limits. That understanding, of course, is the […]

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A Great Opportunity in Seattle

A Great Opportunity in Seattle

My friend Dave McIlrath will be hosting a Christian Coach Training Workshop in Seattle on April 27-29th. You can find out more information here. Dave is a terrific guy and very gifted and passionate about what he does as a life coach.

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Do our books reflect the intelligence of Jesus?

I remember hearing a sermon by my friend JR about the fact that Jesus was intelligent. Somehow we forget that. We see His mercy, His strength, His joy, His resolve, His selflessness, but we forget that He is/was/will be the most intelligent being ever to walk this earth. So why do some Christian books behave […]

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Interview by Mick Silva

Mick Silva, friend and fellow rebel, has interviewed moi on his blog “Your Writers Group.” Stop on by and read our crazy bantering.

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A Compelling Post

A friend of mine broke her clavicle while falling down the stairs. In the midst of recuperation, God is teaching her much. Read her rich words here.

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Visit with Brad

Visit with Brad

Brad Whittington, author of the Fred books and winner of Christy, had dinner at our home last night. Seems he’s been roaming Europe doing business, and he stopped by to see a bit of Southern France and chat over dinner. We had a nice discussion about writing, researching, and publishing. Check out his clever and […]

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How Could I Forget Queen Jeanne?

How Could I Forget Queen Jeanne?

Oops!  How could I forget Jeanne? She’s the bestest, cutest, funnest, smiliest friend ever and I forgot to mention her entry for the Celebration of New Christian Fiction. Silly moi! You can find her entry here.

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