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This is a great subject.
K. Rose, Blue Christmas was starting to ring true in my head while I was reading through the rest. I’m sorry to bring it up again. Maybe it can do battle for your mind’s attention with the new song you can’t shake.
Hey RR, it’s been awhile since I’ve been on. Just wanted to ask for your prayers for a few things. Continued perspective with my depression- May it never have the last laugh in my daily life!!! May I continue to live each day without being totally controlled by it (because I know in many ways I will fail.)
Second, that I get my job back- Or a…[Read more]
Hey Kathleen! I like the title you used to describe where you’re at. I have been there a lot too! So I’m gonna give you the best advice I can, (which might not feel like advice right now.)
I see a few of these posts every now and again in the forums where people are openly tearing their hearts in a desperate cry for answers. I get it. I’m with…[Read more]
I’m Logan. I’m an avid reader and also a writer. I’m drawn to narrative, whether it’s through books, movies, or music. Andrew Peterson’s music brought me here because I love the rich stories in his lyrics.
I’ve been writing for inspirational publications for the last few years (mainly Daily Guideposts devotional and the Chicken Sou…[Read more]
I’m a couple months late to the party it seems, but this is interesting.
I can think of two series I’ve read that do what you’re discussing: Narnia, and “The Door Within” some pop christian fantasy that I thought was the height of literature when I was 12 (not to say that it isn’t good, just that I have no idea if it was really good or if I was…[Read more]
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