Transforming for a Life Worth Living by Sue A. Fairchild

Transforming for a Life Worth Living By Sue A. Fairchild When I chose to quit my office job back in 2014, I thought it was simply because God wanted me to be a writer and an editor, not an insurance agent. I longed to read words all day long, not ponder over legal documents and settle claims. What I didn’t expect was how God would use the next several years…

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Ten Years Later

I clearly remember the night. While most people were out for New Year’s, I was staring at the little box on my laptop screen. Clicking the “Create Blog” box in my mind felt as tense as dismantling a bomb. It was my first act after promising God I was done with fear. Afraid of what people might think. Afraid of rejection. Afraid, afraid, afraid. I can’t put into words how…

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All About an Author: Interview with Sharon Srock

Leave a comment on today or tomorrow’s post and you are entered to win a basket full of goodies from Sharon! Sharon Srock lives with her husband, Larry, and two dogs in Rural Oklahoma. She is a mother, grandmother, and Sunday School teacher. Sharon has one and three-quarters jobs and writes in her spare time. Her favorite hobby is traveling with her grandchildren. She is a member of the ACFW…

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Booksneeze Book Review: Eileen Button’s The Waiting Place

I love surprises, don’t you? Thomas Nelson Publishers gave me a surprise when they shipped Eileen Button’s The Waiting Place: Learning to Appreciate Life’s Little Delays through the Booksneeze Blogging Program. Eileen Button writes a variety of essays about different places in her life where she had to wait. I thought they would be nice lessons that I could walk away feeling encouraged by or tuck her words away for…

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