How about a Waaaa Waaaa

by Gina Burgess You remember those old cartoons that had babies crying with their tears squirting three yards out of their eyes? Those babies would go, “Waaaa Waaaa!” Well, that is how I felt this past week for almost the whole week. We decided to revamp the website, give it a new theme and do
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Desk Lasagna

by Gina Burgess One of the main problems/challenges that writers face is procrastination. Admit it. We keep putting off writing for one reason or another, but what it boils down to is that we find something we think is more important to do than writing that article or finishing that chapter. I have such a
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Who’s Got Your Back?

By Cherrilynn Bisbano I froze with fear, overlooking paradise. While serving at Barbers Point Naval Air Station Hawaii, my best friends Vicky and Steve decided to climb the Stairway to Heaven or Haʻikū Ladder. “Come with us, Cherrilynn,” Steve said. “You can climb 3,922 steps. Our fellow Radiomen did it every day during the Second
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Why Do You Write?

by Sarah Tun Is it for wealth? Game? Compulsion or curiosity? I believe for many of us, writing is a calling. It may be a ministry to GOD Himself, or a means of prayer and relating to Him. It may be a ministry to others, a bit of evangelism or theology. It may be to
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Believing isn’t enough

by Jann W. Martin We can’t just believe in God in our hearts. We have to live our faith. Sometimes this is difficult. We don’t always recognize a nudge from God to do something for Him. One time I was shopping and I picked a short line to check out. Then I saw that the
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An Issue of Time Bearing Fruit

by Tom Blubaugh Time is an intriguing phenomenon. Humans measure time in seconds (nano, micro, milli), minutes, hours, days, weeks, fortnights, months, years, decades, centuries, and millennia.  Humans have recorded events of time past–history. The future’s an unknown, except for what the Bible says in the Book of Revelation and some answers to questions by
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Children’s Book Authors—Agents of Change?

by Margaret Welwood During storytime, kids are especially receptive to lessons that teach values. Stories of kindness will reach their hearts in ways that direct discussions never can. As parents and grandparents, we rightly worry about violence on TV and in movies and games, and its effect on children. As children’s book authors, can we
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A Physician Analyzes the Crucifixion

[Editor’s note: This is hard to read. It is also graphic. To fully realize what Jesus endured, read on.] A Physician Analyzes the Crucifixion (Originally published in Arizona Medicine, March 1965, Arizona Medical Association. A medical explanation of what Jesus endured on the day He died.) By Dr. C. Truman Davis Dr. C. Truman Davis
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