Monthly Archives: February 2016

A Spy’s Devotion

In England’s Regency era, manners and elegance reign in public life—but behind closed doors treason and deception thrive. Nicholas Langdon is no stranger to reserved civility or bloody barbarity. After suffering a battlefield injury, the wealthy, well-connected British officer returns … Continue reading

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Lifeway-Free for All

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The Lesson of the Black Spot

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Sometimes, simple illustrations teach us simple but important life lessons….. One day a professor entered the classroom and asked his students to prepare for a surprise test. They waited anxiously at their desks for…

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Double Play

Sophie Pope is devastated when she hears the news: her former boyfriend, college football star Anthony “Rocket” Rogers, is engaged to be married. Determined to win him back before he says “I do,” Sophie hatches a foolproof plan to stop … Continue reading

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Faith of Ronald Reagan

Reagan’s greatest virtue wasn’t allegiance to country, but allegiance to God. With warmth and insight, this best-selling book by Mary Beth Brown delves into the spiritual journey of America’s 40th president and offers profound stories of the provisions God made … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Words

1 Peter 5:7 (KJV) Casting all your care upon Him; for He careth for you.

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Sunday-Super Bowl, Sorrow and Sadness

(One of my favorite pictures of Dad) My father passed away two years ago on a Super Bowl Sunday, that Sunday, however, was February 2. Dad had been having trouble here at home, which had sent him to the hospital … Continue reading

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Friends, it looks like, even with the flu shot, that each of us are succumbing to the flu 1 by 1. Today, I’m feeling the beginnings. If I do like the last time I had it, approximately 12 years ago, I … Continue reading

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Monday’s Mention

  A provocative, intimate look at the evolution of America’s political soul through the lives of six political figures—from Whittaker Chambers to Christopher Hitchens—who abandoned the left and joined the right. In Exit Right, Daniel Oppenheimer tells the stories of six … Continue reading

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