By Leigh DeLozier Today I’m reviewing Songs for a Sunday, a Southern novel by Heather Norman Smith. We met through Blue Ridge Reader Connections, which is a great place to find fiction or nonfiction from Christian authors. You might want to hop over there and find your next book to read. 🙂 Back cover copy:… Continue reading Book review: Songs for a Sunday by Heather Norman Smith
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Following God wherever He sends us
Where do you live? Maybe you’re in a bustling city or a laid-back rural community. Maybe you live somewhere between the extremes, in a town that seems busy some days and silent on others. Wherever you are, have you ever considered that God set you in that particular place for a reason? That He brought… Continue reading Following God wherever He sends us
How God gets our attention through everyday things
God is always around us, but it can be easy to overlook Him when we’re busy with everyday life. Sometimes He’ll get our attention or teach us a lesson in the most unexpected places. He did that for me in the grocery store a few weeks ago. God taught me a lesson in the grocery… Continue reading How God gets our attention through everyday things
How would you spend your last week on earth?
What if you knew that this was your last week on earth? Who would you talk to? What would you say? How would you spend your time? The Christian church is in the midst of Holy Week, the week of Jesus’ last days on earth. Jesus knew His days—His hours—were slipping away. Everything He had… Continue reading How would you spend your last week on earth?