In God We Trust—But Do We Really? Learning to Let God Handle Our Busyn – Armor Of God Coffee

If you're a goal-driven person struggling with anxiety, stress, busyness, and learning to trust God, this post may be just what you need... Thanks to Armor of God Coffee for publishing this devotional on their blog. https://www.armorofgodcoffee.com/blogs/armor-up/in-god-we-trust-but-do-we-really-learning-to-let-god-handle-our-busyness

Be Still My Worried Heart

Guest post by Anne Perreault There are days when I can't get my mind around my own problems. I mull them over and over, allowing them to steal my joy. I permit myself these moments because I believe I'm entitled to them. After all, I'm very good at pity parties. For me as a writer, … Continue reading Be Still My Worried Heart

In God We Trust—But Do We Really?

The past year has been a whirlwind of activity: completing my adult fantasy trilogy last March and launching the Christian Creative Nexus, Focus Writing Services, and the Lost Pen Magazine were big undertakings that involved a myriad of smaller tasks and crazy amounts of organization. There were times I was so busy that I struggled … Continue reading In God We Trust—But Do We Really?

Book Review: Seasons in the Garden

Through books, writers can share wisdom and their life experiences with others. Judging from the following comments, Seasons in the Garden, by Sandra Fischer, is one of those books that does this successfully and in a manner that readers appreciate.    About the Author: Sandra Fischer taught high school English and owned a Christian bookstore … Continue reading Book Review: Seasons in the Garden

Music Monday: Gracefully Broken, by Tasha Cobbs Leonard

A sister in Christ sent me this song, and I instantly fell in love with it. If you are broken, had a rough 2018 and are looking for encouragement and purpose for 2019, or if you just want musical support to help you approach our wonderful Heavenly Father, listen and receive His blessing. Let's start … Continue reading Music Monday: Gracefully Broken, by Tasha Cobbs Leonard