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NO REGRETS 1/2

I sat across the table from Leroy and Kathy Dusek eating my salad. Leroy, a former pastor educated in both Pentecostal and Baptist Colleges had harsh words for the church. “There is something wrong with the way the institutional church … Continue reading

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No Regrets

I sat across the table from Leroy and Kathy eating my salad. “There is something wrong with the way the institutional church conducts its business,” said Leroy, a former pastor educated in both Pentecostal and Baptist Colleges. I had come … Continue reading

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You Forgot to Pay Me!

“The school Donna works for is having a garage sale,” said Tina, my daughter-in-law. “I paid for the table, do you want to sell your book?” I hesitated. Donna works for a Catholic school. My book is Protestant. Would they … Continue reading

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My Friend Forever

Last year, Mike Marchese addressed the Southern Christian Writers Guild, and I requested to write his story. He invited me to visit his recording studio. Mike plays rhythm and lead guitar for Counting the Day; a Christian band he formed … Continue reading

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Why Should You Die?

Last year, Mike Marchese addressed the Southern Christian Writers Guild, and I requested to write his story. He invited me to visit his recording studio. Mike plays rhythm and lead guitar for Counting the Day; a Christian band he formed … Continue reading

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The Demoralizing Effect of Social Welfare

I looked over the balcony to watch people boarding transport boats to Belize. A large barrier reef prevented the cruise ship from docking at the pier. My husband and I donned our exercise clothes and sprayed each other with bug … Continue reading

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The Fruit of Prayer

I met Fritz Brown when he contacted me about an event he was coordinating. Christians United For Israel (CUFI) and Jesse Duplantis Ministries (JDM) were hosting a Pastor’s Luncheon and Middle East Briefing at the Marriott Convention Center in New … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Prayer

The first time I met Ruben Israel, I thought former drug addicted ex-convict who led a motorcycle gang with an iron fist radically saved in a blinding flash of light. The cliché “looks can be deceiving” explains why I was … Continue reading

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A Summer in the Park

Dr. Kathy Baker introduced me to Yvonne Sanchez; her 2011 Women Wanting Wisdom featured speaker. Yvonne settled on the couch in Dr. Baker’s office while I set up my camera and then shut the door to a record a story … Continue reading

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Home Again

A friend gave me Ingrid Green Adams phone number. Ingrid had just published a book of poetry and my friend thought I might be interested in writing Ingrid’s spiritual journey. I was. We met for a MacDonald’s breakfast. I browsed … Continue reading

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