Changing Times

Consider this scenario: June starts up a conversation with the neighbor four doors down.  June: I’m June, your neighbor. I’ve been meaning to say hi. Thirty something lady: Oh, hi. We love this area. My boyfriend and I just closed on the house last month. We love living here. June: (her boyfriend? Hmm.) So, did …

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Jehovah-Jireh

Bills are piled on my desk. I planned to give extra this month to our church-sponsored missionaries, but I suppose I don’t have the money. Besides, I really need a new food processor to chop those veggies for my diet. It’s important to stay healthy, right? And what about that spa day I’ve promised myself? …

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Excluded

When I was in high school, I always perceived myself on the “outside” of the “in” group. In my school, we had some pretty stringent requirements to be among the elite. You had to be from a wealthy family, or you needed to be a beauty queen. Dating a football player could’ve been your ticket …

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Satan’s Cheering Squad

Angry people have hit the streets. They shout about injustice, racism. They are looters, rabble-rousers, discontents bent on violence. They are filled with hatred and revenue. Their goal is to garner attention from the world in the name of “justice” and “inclusion.” I scratched my head and pondered the question. What exactly are they accomplishing? …

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Welcome, Ane Mulligan

If you love stories of strong, southern women facing tough life issues, then you’ll love Ane Mulligan’s Southern-fried fiction. Asked her how she gets her characters, and she’ll tell you they come from real life.   Here’s Ane talking about her latest release.   One question I’m often asked is, “How do you get your …

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