Please welcome my very first guest blogger.
Antwuan Malone is a freelance writer and blogger who desires to engage in conversations that challenge Christians to (re)think about how to love the world and each other. You can learn and read more about his blog.
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Man, I hope I don’t turn into a grumpy, old man!
I can see it. Me, standing on my proverbial porch, shaking a cane at the next generation of Christians. I can almost hear the yells.
“Stop judging me, Old Man. Get over it!”
Read the rest here: https://lafreeland.wordpress.com/2011/09/23/wait-judging-is-okay-sort-of/
No Matter Your Past, You Can Still Leap Into Life
Please Welcome Mary DeMuth. Mentor. Encourager. Author Extraordinaire!
Check Out Mary’s Website to see all of her books!
Many of you know I wrote the book The Muir House. Purchase The Muir House here.
What you might not know is the why behind it. Although it’s a risk for me to share it, I feel it’s important, and it will deepen your experience of the book. Those who have read my story in Thin Places know I endured some trauma in my childhood. Sexual abuse at five, several parental divorces, the death of my father.
The Path in the Dark
Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path (Psalm 119:105 NIV 1984).
When I helped carry New Testaments into a remote mountain village of the Philippines, we took the truck as far as we could, and then set out on foot. We eased ourselves down the side of a ravine to a river, walked across the planks of a suspension bridge, and climbed up a series of bamboo ladders.
Steve Miller has served as an editor for both MindFlights magazine and Lilley Press. An author in his own right, Steve’s fiction includes speculative fiction in The Sword Review, humor in The Wittenburg Door, and science fiction in Ray Gun Revival. His nonfiction includes a devotional that appeared in The One Year Life Verse and articles on how to write software in journals such as SQL Server Professional, Oracle Developer, and FoxTalk. He also contributed two chapters to the software book Special Edition: Using Visual FoxPro3. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in linguistics. Visit Steve’s blog at http://stevemillerink.wordpress.com/