One of my all-time favorite childhood activities in the mountains was starting the nightly campfire. It’s no secret that all children are closet pyromaniacs. Something about kids and fire just goes hand in hand.
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Is there anything more fun than getting a letter in the mail from a friend? In this world of quick text messages and social media posts, a note written on paper and dropp
On this episode, Joy and Adam talked with pastor, author and broadcaster Mike Beaumont. Mike is one of the creators of a new Bible from Tyndale, The Christian Basics Bible.
Janice Cantore, author and retired Long Beach police officer, provides inspiration to readers through engrossing suspense novels. Her twenty-two years of experience on the police force lend authenticity to her stories.
The subject of Heaven gripped my interest when my mother was dying of cancer in 1981.
Two and a half years ago, my husband and I moved from California to Illinois with our 8 month old daughter, Evelyn.
On this episode, Joy and Adam talked with Steve Wiens about his two books with Navpress, Beginnings and Whole.
I’ve always been an advocate for sexual abuse and assault survivors. In fact, my first novel How Sweet the Sound was written as a response to questions I had for the Lord about the subject.
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It was all so perfect.
The United States Navy’s “Sea, Air, and Land” Teams, commonly abbreviated as the Navy SEALs, are the U.S.