Wednesday, June 16 2021 - 9:46 PM

Sharing Christ Through the Arts


Writing From the Heart

We recently interviewed Sari Fordham, an Associate Professor of English at La Sierra University in Riverside, California. Editor – Sari, you are a superb writer, …

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There’s a long limousine at the head of the pack that’s taken more dreams than it can bring back. There are more body bags than …

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Staging Words

girl reclined in chair, writing

If It Ain’t on the Page, Then It Ain’t on the Stage. I’ve had a few heaven-sent moments where “being a writer” bore tasty fruit. …

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Shaping Your Identity

Shaping My Identity

“I lost 140 pounds and my identity.” Such testimonial would have heads scratching if Nutrisystem or Atkins used it to tout their products, but it …

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The Thief

I was a lowly criminal, A murderer, a thief. For me there was no hope at all, No freedom, no relief. I had been in …

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A King Is Born

A King is Born

It was a simple, lowly town In Judah’s tribal land, But from it there would rise a king With a skilled workman’s hand. This mighty …

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Beyond Fear

a person sitting on a rock

It’s not a giant shouting a challenge to his enemy, but a still, small voice that is calling me, I don’t have to trust and …

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God Speaks

God speaks

This morning I was serenaded by a mockingbird as I left and returned to my neighborhood while walking. I used to be annoyed by this …

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Scribble Dee Sophie

a woman writing

We spoke with Adventist writer and author, Karen Spruill, about her latest children’s book.  Editor – Karen you are a seasoned writer have written for numerous …

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Day of Rest

Day of Rest

It’s fair to say that the Sabbath is my favorite time of the week. No Television, no assignments, no nothing. Just peaceful rest and observation …

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