Is the Rainbow Bridge something real or a myth than makes losing a loved one easier to bear? The book I’ve always wanted to write (but couldn’t) would answer two very important questions: What happens to animals after they die? Will our most beloved pets be waiting for us on the other side? I’ve researched […]
Who isn’t concerned about wellness? Wouldn’t you like to know how Kathleen LeSage went from chunky child to beauty pageant winner, to 240-pound office worker, to finding the secret to health and wellness? I did. Especially when she gave credit to God. LeSage, co-owner of a “top wellness retreat”, writes well with an engaging voice, […]
Serendipity is another word for God-wink. Sometimes I need to turn my thinker off. Reaching for a light bedtime read, I found Sue Bender’s 1991 book in my Kindle library. I don’t know when I got it, but I’m grateful. God is good – all the time. Reclining on plumped pillows, I began reading – […]
Philly Thompson lives alone in a one-bedroom Chicago apartment with his cat Irving. He worries about his weight, frets about his job, longs to get back with his ex-girlfriend, and wishes his ma would stop nagging him. To you and me, a pretty average guy. To Jesus, the raw material for a miracle . . . or two.
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