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Book Review: I Will Not Fear. By Melba Pattillo Beals


"You're not doing this for yourself.  You are doing this for generations yet unborn."
These words of encouragement, spoken directly to Melba Beals by Dr. Martin Luther King, became her mantra, her guiding light for the challenges yet to come…
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Movie Review: Paul, Apostle Of Christ

There's a new tradition in Hollywood - the annual onslaught of Easter Christian movies!
It's brought mixed results artistically speaking, but as a person of faith, it's great to see movie studios recognizing the market potential for such films. In…
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Book Review: Free Of Me by Sharon Hodde Miller

Kicking off the first post of 2018 with a book review!
This year, I've added two things to my Goals List:
#1. READ MORE!  I was shocked at how few books I read last year! In 2018, my goal will…
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Book Review: Beneath That Star, by Sally Meadows

Today's book review combines two of my favourite things:  Christmas and a children's picture book!

I have a long held love of children's literature. As a child, I wore out my parents' car driving back and forth to the Arts…
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Say Goodbye, Say Hello - a World Vision story...

Five years ago, Gerald and I decided to start something new - we wanted to sponsor a child.


We'd fallen in love with Costa Rica on our honeymoon, so we picked a little girl from there named Keilyn. I knew…
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Book Review - Doing Busy Better, by Glynnis Whitwer

As someone who loves to take on ambitious projects and fill my life with a plethora of activities, I jumped at the chance to review this beautiful new book, Doing Busy Better - Enjoying God's Gifts of Work and Rest
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Our New CD - An Important Announcement...

Last week, we shared important news through our mailing list.  Today, we wanted to bring you all into the loop...
As you know, we've had a very full season of recording, as we create a brand new album of…
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Thanksgiving With Strangers


This weekend, we'll do something that has become a bit of a quirky tradition:
We'll spend Thanksgiving with strangers.

The first time we did this was in 2007, during our first year of living in Nashville. October approached, and we…
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Scribbles of Harmony...

This summer, everyone in our area is complaining about the non-summery summer weather.
Truth be told, we haven't noticed the weather a bit.  We've been indoors for most of it, either in the studio or rehearsing the songs for when…