Monthly Archives: March 2009

Debra Clopton & Reflections on Strong Women

Today, my friend Debbie Clopton is my guest. Here’s Debbie: I only write strong women in my books. I love writing about strong women who face struggles. Many think strong women don’t have moments of weakness but–being one myself as … Continue reading

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Book Monday-Cheryl Wyatt’s Ready-Made Family

Today for Book Monday, I’m featuring another Love Inspired author, Cheryl Wyatt. Ready-Made Family April 2009-Steeple Hill Love Inspired–IN STORES NOW! Wings of Refuge Series Amelia North needs refuge, and finds it–in Refuge, Illinois. Stranded there after a car wreck, … Continue reading

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Terri Reed & Good Samaritan Ministries

Today Terri Reed shares about a woman she admires. Here’s Terri: One of the strong women I’ve had the pleasure of spending time with is Bettie Mitchell, founder of Good Samaritan Ministries in Beaverton, Oregon. When my husband and I … Continue reading

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Rosemary of Kenya & DiAnn Mills

I’m so happy that DiAnn Mills is sharing a story of a strong woman of Africa today.Here’s DiAnn: The Courage to Take a Stand When I think of courageous women, I think of Rosemary of Kenya. I first met her … Continue reading

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Book Monday-If Tomorrow Never Comes by Marlo Shalesky

Now that Marlo has let us into her life, she shares more about her latest book. If Tomorrow Never Comes By They say you should reach for your dreams. This time, they’re wrong… Childhood sweethearts Kinna and Jimmy Henley had … Continue reading

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Marlo Schalesky–If Sarah, Why Not Me?

Today another writing friend shares a story. This time it’s her story.Here’s Marlo: “Infertility. Most of my adult life, I fought it. It’s challenged my faith, robbed my bank account, and in the end, made me into a stronger, braver … Continue reading

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Cynthia Hickey’s Grandmother & The Endless Summer

Today a newer mystery author tells us about her best summer.Here’s Cynthia: The summer I turned ten-years-old, my parents dropped me and my younger sisters off with my Grandmother in Arkansas. My father was in the army and we’d lived … Continue reading

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DiAnn Mills & Her Latest–Breach of Trust!

Here’s the latest from another talented writer! Paige Rogers survived every CIA operative’s worst nightmare. A covert mission gone terribly wrong. A betrayal by the one man she thought she could trust. Forced to disappear to protect the lives of … Continue reading

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There’s no road too far where love takes you.

Today’s story is told by Debra Ullrick.Here’s Debra: “Talk about a strong woman. My grandma was one. She didn’t speak English, but that never stopped her from letting us know how much she loved us. Her hugs were sweet and … Continue reading

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Stephanie Newton’s Great-Grandmother & Recipe

Today a new Love Inspired Author shares a family story. Here’s Stephanie: My great-grandmother Helen was born in 1898. She lived in swampy lower Alabama. There were no buses, no public schools, not even many roads other than the dirt … Continue reading

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