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The Coder & The Fixer

Azalea Sterling squinted her brown eyes in concentration and wiped her forehead on her sleeve. Her movements were limited by the cramped space and further hampered by the fact that there was almost no gravity this close to the center of the ship. It was hot too. But someone has to keep this ship going. […]

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Sex Is Good!

Sex has been idolized and twisted by media. Our culture is in in bondage to wrong ideas about sexuality. Since God invented sex, designed us for it and gave instructions about it in the Bible, as Christians, we should be getting it right. But there is a problem with sexuality even amongst Christians. Christians tend […]

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Christian Speculative Fiction

When I first heard the term Christian speculative fiction, I had no idea what that was. Maybe that’s where you are right now. Well, you’ve come to the right place. Today, on my blog, I’m going to be explaining the term Christian speculative fiction. Personally, I think Christians started using the phrase Christian speculative fiction […]

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Adventures with Jesus

I saw Jesus today. Okay, no, I didn’t see him physically, where he is in heaven. But while I was praying about my finances, I saw a picture of him in my mind, a vision of sorts. He was sitting by a campfire, near a lake. Jesus always appears to me as a young man, […]

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My Grace Is Sufficient For You

So this is where I slept for eight months because I couldn’t make it up the stairs to my bedroom. When you’re young and relatively healthy you typically have the idea that things will stay that way, at least until you are very old. But one small, seemingly insignificant moment can change everything. On August 31, […]

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Christmas

The Point of Christmas Turning on the Light Though lights and tinsel glitter at Christmas, it can’t cover up the darkness. Christmas trees and the man at the mall with the fake beard can’t do anything about the state of this world, or the condition of a human heart. Commercialized Christmas has lost it’s meaning. […]

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The Word Grace in the Bible

  We need the grace of Christ – like we read about in the Bible. Do you know what the word grace in the Bible actually means? Do you know what Grace is? I sure didn’t. The study on grace that I’ve been doing has really been an eye-opener! The only definition I had ever […]

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The Way To Paradise

  The Way to Paradise     Imagine Star Wars, Andromeda, Firefly and Outcasts meets C.S. Lewis’ Space Trilogy, flavored by the music of For King & Country – that’s my new book, The Way to Paradise. At the summons of an unknown alien race, Captain Calista Zarah and Engineer James Beckett, along with two […]

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What I Learned From Being Anonymous Online

  I used to frequent a site where almost everyone was anonymous. People didn’t use their real names. Instead of a name given by someone else we used words that had meaning specific to who we were on the inside. People wrote about what was really going on in their real lives. There were pleas […]

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The True Story of St. Patrick

  Patrick was born in Britain, in what is now known as Scotland, a very long time ago. He grew up with a loving, Christian family. But he had never accepted Jesus, personally. When he was sixteen he was kidnapped by pirates and taken to Ireland where he was sold as a slave in 403AD. […]

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