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Living Intentionally After the Job’s Done

Click on the highlighted title to download and print: Scriptures to Combat Fear. I don’t know about you, but after a huge push to accomplish a big task, my whole body tends to revolt. Exhaustion hits, emotions crumble, and spiritual attacks threaten. Have you noticed a similar pattern in your life? Maybe after purchasing or moving into … Read More

Spring Scavenger Hunt Stop #13–Pink Team

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Welcome to the… Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt! I am a part of TEAM PINK, and this is Stop #13. If you’re just joining us, there are two loops—pink and purple—and they begin at Lisa Bergren’s site (purple loop) and Robin Hatcher’s site (pink loop) for stop #1 on either stream. If you complete either the pink or purple … Read More

LOOK WHAT I FOUND–MEHY

The Pharaoh’s Daughter – Bible Study—Week #4 Click on the following title to print today’s devotional: Look What I Found—Mehy’s Voices “Who is Mehy?” you ask. I believe Mehy may be the Egyptian name of our biblical Moses. Mehy was an historical military figure who is recorded with Pharaoh Sety on the northern exterior wall of Egypt’s Great … Read More

LOOK WHAT I FOUND–ANKHE AND JOCHEBED

The Pharaoh’s Daughter -Bible Study—Week #3 Click on the following title to print today’s devotional: Look What I Found—Contrasting Jochebed and Ankhe After completing the last edit of The Pharaoh’s Daughter, I began formulating this 4-week Bible study. My assistant and I discussed the spiritual themes of the book and which character studies might illustrate them best. … Read More

Look What I Found—Mered’s Steadfast Heart

The Pharaoh’s Daughter – Bible Study—Week #2 Click on the following title to print today’s devotional: Look What I Found—Mered’s Peace Biblical novels give us a chance to meet folks we might not otherwise notice if a deeper story hadn’t been researched and written. Mered is one of those biblical characters. Lost in a long genealogy of the … Read More

Look What I Found—Anippe’s Fear

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The Pharaoh’s Daughter – Bible Study—Week #1   Click on the following title to print today’s devotional:  LOOK WHAT I FOUND–ANIPPE’S FEAR That late, great philosopher of the 1960’s—the Beatles’ John Lennon (*grin*)—said there were two great motivators: fear and love. In The Pharaoh’s Daughter we meet a young girl, Anippe, whose life is full of one … Read More

The Pharaoh’s Daughter Releases TODAY–March 17, 2015!

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CLICK HERE to visit The Pharaoh’s Daughter page, where you can read the first chapter, order free bookmarks, or order the book!

A Good Big Sister

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Big sisters are a rare breed. I’m not one, but I have one. I birthed and raised one. I’m even grandparenting one. Big sisters are amazing. They protect. They love. They boss. They remember. Big sisters are God’s way of putting two moms in a single family. It’s a good thing Moses had a big … Read More

Only Two Midwives in Egypt?

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Have you ever lived in a small town? We raised our kids in Nappanee, IN—population 5,000. Completely surrounded by Amish farms, Nappanee is unlikely to grow larger, and I’m glad. It was the perfect place to raise a family. There were, however, a few drawbacks. One afternoon, only days after moving into our new home, … Read More

Who’s the Baby-Killin’ King?

Countdown Week 3

I don’t know about you, but when I encounter a genealogy in the Bible, I’ve been known to skip the whole thing and resume reading at the narrative. Can I get an, “Amen, Sistah”? And what’s with biblical ages? Seriously. Who can keep track of folks whose lifespan is 600 years—or more? Even people like … Read More