Author Spotlight: Edie Melson

One of the great things about attending a writer’s conference is the wonderful people you encounter. I was blessed to meet Edie Melson at my first visit to the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference in 2010. She was teaching classes for beginning writers on the nuts and bolts of the industry, and I found . . . → Read More: Author Spotlight: Edie Melson

Gunner’s Run by Rick Barry

Jim Yoder is a young waist gunner on a B-24 Liberator, doing his part for the war effort. Following a bomb run over northern Germany, he accidentally falls from his plane while trying to dislodge a bomb with a failed release. Finding himself deep behind enemy lines, he must attempt to navigate across Germany into . . . → Read More: Gunner’s Run by Rick Barry

Salvation: The Plan

Last month, we looked at our need for salvation.  Because of man’s sin in the Garden of Eden, all of his descendents were cursed with a sin nature.  Romans 3:23 and 6:23 tell us that “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,” and that the results or “wages of sin is . . . → Read More: Salvation: The Plan

The Price of Rapture

Years ago, I distinctly remember praying that I would live long enough to be taken up in the Rapture.  I was only a child, and my prayer wasn’t some great theological decision, but came from a fear of dying.  In my young mind, it was better to be snatched up than face unknown death.

While . . . → Read More: The Price of Rapture


Proverbs 17:17

Do you consider yourself someone who has many friends?  Are you sure that each person you call a friend, truly is one?  Over the years, I’ve been hurt by people whom I thought were friends.  The betrayal cut deeply until I took a hard look at our relationships and realized we weren’t friends . . . → Read More: Friends