Monthly Archives: March 2016

15 Pieces of Writing Advice from C. S. Lewis Contributed by Justin Taylor

In his letters and other sources, C. S. Lewis left various bits of advice on the craft of writing. Below are 15 of the things he said. The bold is my restatement, followed by his actual quote. 1. Avoid distractions. … Continue reading

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The Sound of Easter

It was still dark as she made her way through the streets toward the outskirts of the city.  It was quiet now but wouldn’t remain so, as thousands had come to Jerusalem to celebrate the Passover Feast.  Soon the streets … Continue reading

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Calvary’s Lamb

From the beginning of time, God had a plan for creation. For five and a half days, He labored for one purpose—to make the world fit for man. Man, the apex of creation, was created in the image of his … Continue reading

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What is Maundy Thursday? By Shari Abbott

When Jesus said, “With desire I have desired to eat this passover with you before I suffer” (Luke 22:15), He was making reference to an evening meal during the week of Passover.  He was not referring to the actual Feast … Continue reading

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Voting at a Crossroads By Thomas Sowell

It is seldom that the fate of a nation can be traced to what happened on one particular day. But that may be what happens in the United States of America on Tuesday, March 15, 2016. That is because the … Continue reading

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Review of Just Show Up

  In their book, Just Show Up: The Dance of Walking Through Suffering Together, Kara Tippetts and Jill Lynn Buteyn write about the importance of friendship during hard times. From the practical to the profound, these two friends explain how … Continue reading

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Review of The Fragment

  In Davis Bunn’s The Fragment, antiquities expert Muriel Ross travels from the United States to Paris on a quest shrouded in mystery. Accompanied by a high-powered senator and propelled by unexpected events, she takes an unforeseen detour to Constantinople … Continue reading

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