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Billie Jo is wife to Craig and mom to Rusty and Riesa. Formerly employed in the human service industry, the past fifteen years have been dedicated to homeschooling. She is a freelance writer for a number of print and internet publications. She is also passionate about serving in the community. She works in a GED preparation ministry and a community-based servant program that provides opportunities for youth to serve others. It is passion for the love of Jesus and His transforming work that motivates her writing and serving. "I love to see God at work in the lives of others and this is the way I see best."

The Deadly Danger of Living in Deception

Traveling the world as “Flat Stanley” is a fun project for families.  The lives of those who record and celebrate his adventures add life to the journey.  A group of technology gurus with a penchant for eternal life–on their own terms–think they can give “life” to a world of Flat ...

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God Gave You the Supplies for Success

Did you know you are completely supplied for successful living?  If you know Jesus Christ as your deliverer, that is a truth to live on! “His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness through the knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory ...

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Living the words: In God we Trust

Times of unrest have great potential for building faith–individually as well as nationally.  Words without substance are deadly;  life dusts off our pretenses.  That is something to celebrate!  The history of “In God We Trust” reveals the process beautifully!  Just seven months after the first shots were fired in the ...

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The Devastation of Good Intentions

The first year we lived here, the fig tree amazed me!  The fruit was abundant and delicious … nothing like a dried fig.  Late in the year, though, a pesky vine began weaving through the branches.  Friends alerted me to the vine being poison oak.  Logic told me, “Get rid ...

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Learning to Speak Grown-up Words of Life

Talking is only one component of communication.  Hearing, listening and understanding create words that have substance.  Talking without listening is nothing more than verbal vomit.  The Bible has much to say about our mouths and the words that pour out of them. God gave humanity the privilege of talking so ...

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