While surfing the internet, I stumbled across the Father’s Day church service that started the Brownsville Revival, also called the Pensecola Outpouring. The revival lasted for five years with more … Continue reading
Rebecca Gernon, author of Amy Signs: A Mother, Her Deaf Daughter, and Their Stories (Gallaudet University Press, 2012) is speaking about The Path to Publication at the Southern Christian Writers … Continue reading
Several years ago, I signed a contract with Amazon.com’s Shorts program that gave Amazon exclusive rights to Elohiym’s Words, a fiction short story about a wavering angel. According to the contract, … Continue reading
I wasn’t interested in attending a boat christening but Rod, my husband, wanted to attend. Rod led me through the massive Hilton Hotel to the reception area on the docks … Continue reading
Marlaine Peachy gives writers devotion at the Southern Christian Writers Guild, Mandeville LA. THE CLOSED CAPTION TRANSCRIPTION OF THIS VIDEO IS NOT ACCURATE.
A friend gave me Ingrid’s phone number. She had just published a book of poetry and my friend thought I might be interested in writing Ingrid’s spiritual journey. I was. … Continue reading
Abby lived alone and worked as a waitress when Randy, an old acquaintance walked into the restaurant for dinner. Abby had dated Randy when they were teenagers. The absence of a … Continue reading
Christianity is a religion that teaches its adherents to love one another. Within the church, I’ve found a roller coaster of love and quarreling, but so did Jesus. I continue … Continue reading