Tag Archives: Alabama

An Education in Social Justice Part 3

I had spent my first day at Christian Community Development Association’s (CCDA) conference at the activities on the third floor of the Hyatt.  Thursday morning, I took the elevator to the second floor. There wasn’t much on the second floor … Continue reading

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We Will Wait

I first heard the name Waylon Bailey when I wrote “Prodigal Daughter” about Christa Allan’s journey to becoming a published author.  Christa had great respect for her pastor. She told me about the positive influence he had on her family, … Continue reading

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Answered Prayer and Sweet Experiences

The sales of Finding Faith in the City Care Forgot has slowed considerably the first half of this year. I expected as much. After exhausting invitations to read excerpts at the churches of the pastors in the book, I knew … Continue reading

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Make No Assumptions

The first time I attended the Southern Christian Writers conference in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Literary Agent Bruce Barbour was the key note speaker. When a friend signed up to sit at his dinner table, she added my name. During dinner, Bruce … Continue reading

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