Double Threat is the third and final book of my P.I. Ross Davenport Mystery Series. When Gwen comes to Buffalo, it’s supposed to be a time for her and Ross to get to know each other better, but she’s not there for more than an hour before Ross receives an anonymous threat. Then a friend […]Read More
As details slowly get untangled, facts come to light that inevitably affect them all.Read More
the concept of prayer Such a simple truth in a children’s story and yet, at times I struggle with the concept of prayer.
In the book, The Magician’s Nephew, by C.S. Lewis, Aslan sends Polly and Digory on a mission. Along the way, they find themselves hungry with no provisions. The children wonder why Aslan hadn’t supplied food since He would have known they would need it. “I’ve no doubt he would,” says Fledge, their talking horse, “but […]Read More
Life can be hard . . . even leading through puddles at times. About five years ago, my husband, Ron, and I decided to climb Mt. Monadnock in New Hampshire. He had climbed it with a group of friends at the age of 26 and knew I would love it. As soon as we filled […]Read More
Do you ever think that if you actually saw a miracle, sign, or wonder that it would change your life forever? Think about the parents of the guy born blind, the ones who were more concerned about their standing with the Pharisees and their acceptance in the synagogue . . . than their son receiving […]Read More
It’s fantastic to know your purpose. What’s even better is the ability to fulfill that purpose. It means you are engaged and willingly participating in life. I’ve spoken with several people lately who have said they have no motivation, are dealing with constant fatigue and not feeling well. A similar theme rings true in each […]Read More
Arleen Jennings came to speak at our Ladies Tea in March. Many of the women present were in the midst of reading her book on creativity. We were all blessed by the words that she shared with us that night on how we were made to be creative and the need to practice our creativity. Several times throughout her talk I could feel that it wasn’t Arleen speaking but the Spirit of God through her. The message was exactly what we needed to hear and met us on a personal level right where we are at. Arleen would tell stories of her journey to creativity that were very touching and I appreciated the way she was willing to take the risk and reveal her heart to us. We all were ministered to that night.
Emily ~ Fillmore Wesleyan Church
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