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Blog Entry | Technology >
“It’s time to tighten things up.” “Show me a new budget with only the needs, not the wants.” “How can we save money on technology this year?” If I were to poll, I wonder how many of you working in churches have been hearing questions and statements like the ones above? Based on emails I’ve received and countless blog posts I’ve read, the common theme is a reduction in expenses across most church ministries. Yet I’m also hearin»
Blog Entry | Writing >
Robin Lee Hatcher‘s latest novel, The Heart’s Pursuit, is receiving critical praise: ”The Old West lives again in this inspirational romantic adventure Themes of forgiveness, justice and mercy dominate the story and add to the characters’ depth. Hatcher treats readers to a rich sensory experience–you can taste the desert dust and smell the smoke and stench of a crowded gambling hall.” (Publishers Weekly) Robin is celebrating the rel»
Blog Entry | Books >
Robin Lee Hatcher‘s latest novel, The Heart’s Pursuit, is receiving critical praise: ”The Old West lives again in this inspirational romantic adventure Themes of forgiveness, justice and mercy dominate the story and add to the characters’ depth. Hatcher treats readers to a rich sensory experience–you can taste the desert dust and smell the smoke and stench of a crowded gambling hall.” (Publishers Weekly) Robin is celebrating the rel»
Blog Entry | Family >
I go to the water Waves lapping Shore defining The water comes to me (c) 2014 Jay Cookingham  When I need a Sabbath, I try to go to the water and today I am down by the Hudson River.I need rest for a weary soul.So I steal a few hours from a schedule thick of life, responsibilities and things to do. I drink in the power of the river and I ponder the Psalms...He opened the rock, and water gushed out; it flowed through the desert like a river.»
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Robin Lee Hatcher's latest novel, The Heart's Pursuit, is receiving critical praise: "The Old West lives again in this inspirational romantic adventure. . . . Themes of forgiveness, justice and mercy dominate the story and add to the characters' depth. Hatcher treats readers to a rich sensory experience—you can taste the desert dust and smell the smoke and stench of a crowded gambling hall." (Publishers Weekly)Robin is celebrating the release»
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Congratulations to Jamie Lapeyrolerie of Books and Beverages! She is Litfuse’s blogger of the month! Thank you, Jamie, for being a faithful reviewer and for providing some creative and thought-out reviews. Name: Jamie Lapeyrolerie Where can we find you on the web?  Books and Beverages Blog: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + Instagram Number of years you’ve been reviewing: It was two years on March 20th. Woot! Occupation: I do marketing an»
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Congratulations to Jamie Lapeyrolerie of Books and Beverages! She is Litfuse’s blogger of the month! Thank you, Jamie, for being a faithful reviewer and for providing some creative and thought-out reviews. Name: Jamie Lapeyrolerie Where can we find you on the web?  Books and Beverages Blog: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + Instagram Number of years you’ve been reviewing: It was two years on March 20th. Woot! Occupation: I do marketing an»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
Welcome to the Start of A New Journey “Forget what happened in the past and do not dwell on events from long ago. I am going to do something new.  It is already happening. Do you not recognize it? I will clear a way in the desert.  I will make rivers in a dry land.” Isaiah 45:18-19 I’m going to step out on a limb here and say that the vast majority of you reading this don’t know me :-)  So first, a little background: I’m a 41 ye»
Blog Entry | Discipleship >
POWER It was impressive!  As the Delta 737 began to line up and land at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, still thirty nine miles away, the plane banked to give the starboard side passengers a bird’s eye view of the famous Hoover Dam. The landscape over which we flew looked like light brown chocolate icing that had been worked into decorative ridges and valleys by the creator with a giant spatula. I reminded myself that the landsca»
Blog Entry | Theology >
The news is full of the tornado that swept through Oklahoma. The twister was generating windspeeds of over 200mph and has claimed the lives of 24 people so far. Social media is awash with calls to prayer, outpourings of sympathy and delight when another person is found alive. Events like this show the good in humanity as people band together to help those in need, especially those who are risking their safety voluntarily to help find those people»