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Beacons of Light and Hope

How do people react to you? Are you a place of safe-harbor, an anchor of hope and security in your relationship to others? Do you draw people toward you when they recognize you in a crowd? Do they see you … Continue reading

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CATCHING UP WITH FRIENDS

Scripture tells us not to forsake the friends the Lord places in our lives. Proverbs 18:24 says “A man who has too many friends can come to ruin; but there is a friend that sticks closer than a brother .” … Continue reading

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Conflict – Problem

Every story requires a problem. This problem causes conflict for the protagonist (main character), and this┬áconflict arises from self, other people, or the world (environment). Most stories contain more than one problem, but authors resolve the major one usually by … Continue reading

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Treasured Times

One of my greatest joys involves spending time with my grandchildren. Two live in Kansas City and the other three live in Virginia. Obviously, I don’t see them everyday, or every week or month. However, this grandmother needs her “grandchildren … Continue reading

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