Indeed, after falling in love with Rebecca, over twenty years before, he even renounced Christianity, embraced her Jewish faith, and is now…Continue
Added by Susan Keefe on January 9, 2017 at 12:00pm — No Comments
It was the author’s family trip to the ruins of the ancient city of Shiloh in Israel, which vividly reawakened the stories he had been told, and brought back to life the Holy Tabernacle. Inspired by what he had seen, and motivated by his imagination, the author felt compelled to write this outstanding story about…Continue
Added by Susan Keefe on October 11, 2016 at 12:23pm — No Comments
Less than a…Continue
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I've always believed that everything happens for a reason. And though we often don't ever know the reason, sometimes, we get lucky enough to find out just why things happen the way that they do. I LOVE those little "aha" moments. They help to restore my faith and to reassure me that something greater IS actually in…Continue
Added by Jennifer Marshall on January 15, 2014 at 1:11pm — No Comments
Honest and Inspirational.
About the book: You Cannot Find Peace Until You Find All The Pieces tells the story of how God through Jesus Christ transformed my life and gave me the strength to overcome a less than desirable childhood, the regrets of becoming a teen mother, anger, immaturity, poor decision making and a really bad attitude.
Review by Susan Keefe:
My first impression when starting…Continue
Added by Susan Keefe on December 5, 2013 at 11:11am — No Comments
Even though I’m a mother myself, I’ve always knows Mother’s Day to be focused around my mother and typically include the four F’s of Mother’s Day: faith, family, food and flowers. This Mother’s Day, however, will be a little different. My mom is on vacation and living up her retirement, rightfully so, but she won’t be around for actual Mother’s Day. My brother and I…Continue
Added by Eva Cornejo on May 7, 2013 at 12:25pm — No Comments
If you’ve read The Liberal Catholic: Part I, you’ll know that I’m on a search for a new religion. I began my search the same place as I do any other search: Google, of course. I did several searches pertaining to liberal religions and came…Continue
Added by Eva Cornejo on April 10, 2013 at 12:07pm — No Comments
When I first started blogging, I did a search for do’s and don’ts. It was advised not to take any religious or political stands. However, I’m not a single parent expert or anything—I just blog about my life as a single parent. And I feel that some topics certainly affect me as a parent so sorry blogging advisers. I also want to make clear that I respect all…Continue
Added by Eva Cornejo on March 29, 2013 at 1:29pm — No Comments
Halloween is probably my favorite holiday. Each year as it approaches, I find myself getting more excited, happy and more creative as Halloween crafts and costume ideas come to mind.
I also find myself getting more annoyed by people who don't understand the holiday. The topic has come up several times on different mom forums where I am a member. Over and over again I read...
"We don't celebrate Halloween because it's against our religious beliefs." or
"We don't want to…
Added by Morgan M on October 9, 2012 at 1:18pm — No Comments
There have been countless times during my parenting experience where I think we should really make religion more of a focus in our family. Now, don't get me wrong -- I, by no means, am a Bible beater; nor is my husband. However, little inquiring minds wanna know just who this "God" dude actually is and why so many people are always talking about him.
Added by Jennifer Marshall on May 2, 2012 at 9:40pm — No Comments
Blueprint is the story of one soul's journey in planning her last incarnation on earth and what happens when friends take over.
The novel opens with Arielle and Raphael in Heaven as they discuss Arielle's upcoming and last incarnation. Raphael, who's been her soul mate for thousands of years, offers to help her plan it and she accepts. He suggests that they…Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on March 25, 2012 at 1:23pm — No Comments
This past Sunday I told my oldest child that I was thinking about going to church. I don’t go often. She asked me in a very serious voice to be sure to pray for her sister. I was surprised by this and jokingly asked her if she wanted me to pray for her sisters soul. She said “Yeah mommy”. I asked her why and she told me that when the girls attended a memorial…Continue
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I am not Jewish. I am of Anglo heritage with a strong Protestant past. Although technically Catholic now, I was raised as a white bread Methodist.
However, I have many Jewish friends, some more orthodox than others. The first time I visited one of my closest friends, I was confused as to why there were pictures of meat and milk on her kitchen cabinet doorknobs. I looked in the cabinets and saw ordinary dishes, but wow, she had a lot of them! It was a while later when…Continue
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Middle Tennessee is part of what is known as the Bible Belt. A church on every corner is how we are depicted. For every church, there are five associate ministers waiting to hear “the call” to start their own church or begging God that main preacher will allow them to preach one Sunday. We have several national Christian organizations that are headquartered in Nashville: the Southern Baptist Convention, the National Baptist Convention, and the General Board of…Continue
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