The book of Acts is largely the history of the early church, filled with the activities and journeys of the men and women of God as they taught and preached the Way (as it was called back then). History in and of itself is not usually all that juicy and was very likely your least… Read More Is your ID readable?
Say what? Yep, racing pigeons. I like to say, “It’s hard to get a saddle on the little fellas, but it’s a great sport. The truth is, racing pigeons, or Homing Pigeons, have been around for centuries, actually for millennia. The dove which Noah released from the ark to see if there was any land… Read More Racing Pigeons
I had to answer a question on a survey this past weekend: Were you successful? My answer: It depends on how you define success. I attended the first (hopefully) Annual Galveston Book Festival, organized by Texas Authors Association. However, because of unseen obstacles, the event didn’t go quite as planned and the few dozen Texas… Read More Were You Succesful?
I have searched the Bible for any sort of beautiful scripture about horses. I always loved the line in Marguerite Henry’s book King of the Wind about Allah speaking to the wind to make of itself a creature and the horse was born. But that isn’t quite scriptural, it was the interpretation of an interview… Read More Does God Love Horses?
Of course, I’m still writing about horses, and a few other things. But my latest published book was a devotional, and now I’m working on something else. Here’s a sample: You are a spiritual being Spirituality is a very personal, almost intimate, thing; however, it is likely the most visible characteristic… Read More Do you know your spiritual Vital Signs?
Originally posted on Metro Bible Blog:
Question: Why are there so many genealogies in the Bible? Are they important? What purpose do they serve? Answer: Let’s be honest. When reading the bible sometimes we are excited and engaged but other times we are bored out of our minds. Reading through genealogies usually constitutes the latter…
When I started this blog I set the byline as ‘Writing about horses’. And I do write about horses and ponies, just not in here, which leads to a bit of confusion. So, Here’s to the horse. Just as summer was hitting the high mark this year, we suffered a bit of a setback here… Read More It’s all about the horse
Originally posted on Into the Woods We Go:
copyright 2016 by Sherry Garland I can’t believe it’s been four months since my last blog! It’s been so long that I can’t remember how to insert photos and use other basic wordpress tools. As you can tell, I’m not much of a blogger. In fact I…
I know everyone has had a special person in their lives who has encouraged, inspired, and challenged them simply by being themselves. Most often this influential person doesn’t even know he or she has affected anyone else. More often, the soul motivated by this incidental mentor, never gets the chance to say ‘Thank You.’ I’ve… Read More Mentor Unawares: Candilyn Fite
Indie v Self-Publish? What is the difference? Does it matter? The question is asked every day, and begs for an answer. It’s been more than a few years since authors found easier ways to put their own books on the shelves. Vanity publishers have been on the scene for a while longer. Of course various… Read More Indie v Self-Publishing