Thursday, February 23, 2017

Rachelle Rea Cobb: Of Toothbrushes, Tablets, & Unconditional Love

Rachelle Rea Cobb, author of the Steadfast Love trilogy, wrote a simply beautiful post about unconditional love. Read it here.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Reflections of the Heart: Christian Girls & Romance Novels

On her blog Reflections of the Heart, today, blogger Melani shared some thoughts about Christian romance novels, contentment, and romance in general. Read her post here.

Friday, February 10, 2017

Morgan L. Busse: What is True Love?

What is love, really? Morgan L. Busse, author of The Follower of the Word trilogy, discusses it in today's blog post, which you can read here.

Monday, January 23, 2017

Ruffles & Grace: The "Big Things for God" Myth

On her blog Ruffles & Grace, today, soon-to-be-published author Victoria Lynn discussed just "how big" our acts of service to God should be. She also disproves the myth that all our acts must be huge and obvious. You can read her post here.

Saturday, December 31, 2016

Lady Grace: Heaven

In her post Heaven, Lady Grace discusses and cites scripture about Heaven, and why we should not be afraid of eternity, but embrace it. You can read her post here.

Whispers on the Wind: Taking Risks in the Name of Love

On my blog Whispers on the Wind, I discuss why we should risk our feelings, our hearts, and our well-being to show God's light to others. You can read my post here.

Lady Grace: Longing to Be a Wife & Mother

In her post Longing to be a Wife & Mother, blogger Lady Grace discusses why wanting to get married isn't all about first kisses, wedding dresses, and romance. You can read her post here.

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Adventure Awaits: Is Our Writing Needed?

In Is Our Writing Needed, writer and blogger Tracey Dyck responds to author Jenny Freitag about why God doesn't need our writing, but we should still use it to serve Him. You can read her response post here.

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Morgan L. Busse: It's Okay to Be a Martha

We're so often told to be more humble and timid, like Mary, rather than busy and blunt, like Martha. In her post It's Okay to Be a Martha, Morgan L. Busse (author of The Follower of the Word trilogy) writes about in which ways it's okay to be "a Martha." You can read her post here.

Friday, May 13, 2016

Valiant Hearts: Body Image -- It's All About That Health

In Body Image: It's All About That Health, Dina L. Sleiman -- author of several books, including Bethany House's medieval series for teens, Valiant Hearts -- discusses weight, health, fitness, and body image. You can read her post about it here.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Sincerity: So You're Still Single?

In So You're Still Single?, anonymous blogger Sincerity writes about the heartaches -- and joys! -- of being single. You can read her post on singleness at this link.

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