I did not plan on writing about Target and the uproar they’re causing across the nation because, while I follow the news, I’m not really one to discuss a lot of it. I have my opinions, but I keep them to myself for the most part. But as I thought about what I wanted to write about today, it almost seemed like the obvious choice. Perhaps it’s because Continue reading “Target”
Month: April 2016
Annie Douglass Lima has this to share:
I’m excited to announce that my young adult action and adventure novel, The Gladiator and the Guard, is now available for purchase! This is the second book in the Krillonian Chronicles, sequel to The Collar and the Cavvarach.
First Things First: a Little Information about Book 1:
Okay. So I’ve actually been back from my trip to Louisiana since Monday night BUT it took me this long to finally get back to some personal hobbies of mine (blogging being one of them). I can’t say enough about my vacation! I’m glad I got the chance to go because it was my first long-distance road trip in over 5 years, I learned and saw Continue reading “I’m Back!!”
In two days, my family and I will be heading south. Let me tell you, it will be a really nice treat because Michigan decided that cold and snow is okay in April. I love snow, but let’s be honest here: April is spring. NOT winter! So I am really looking forward to Continue reading “Southward Bound”
Look at this new Historical Christian Romance by Kari Trumbo!
Rose dreamed of leaving the Sioux reservation in Santee, NE. Now, faced with the wide world, she must decide if she is truly ready to strike out on her own and take the risk. Continue reading “Forsaking All Others”
Murder Under the Magnolias by Charmain Zimmerman Brackett
The first full week in April means a blooming business for Grace Ward, whose floral designs will be part of several parties with the major golf tournament in town. After the murder of a young woman with a mysterious tattoo, Grace finds herself in the middle of an investigation and wonders if these parties she’s helping with are actually fronts for something more sinister. Continue reading “Murder, Flowers, Mystery”
“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” – Jesus (Matt. 28:19-20 ESV)
The Great Commission is Continue reading “Go Make Disciples”