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Dana is a full-time Christian author and speaker residing in Greenville, SC with her husband and two dogs. In fulfilling her call to evangelize the lost and edify the saints, Dana spends her days writing devotions, devotional books and books for children, as well as recording podcasts on various Biblical topics. She serves in many capacities at her local church, including the roles of church pianist and ladies' Sunday School teacher. Dana has a passion for souls and longs to be used of God in whatever way He deems necessary. When not writing or serving at church, Dana can most likely be found reading or hiking a nearby trail.

Appearances Can Be Deceiving

I know it sounds like a tired old cliché, but the fact of the matter is appearances really can be deceiving. Ask the children of Israel as they stared at the wide expanse of the Red Sea. It appeared that there was no way across, but there was. Ask Daniel ...

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The Disease To Please

Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ. – Galatians 6:2 Look not every man on his own things, but every man also on the things of others. – Philippians 2:4 Withhold not good from them to whom it is due, when it is in the ...

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A Heartfelt Review of “The Door” by Lorilyn Roberts

About the Book: The Door is the first book in the Seventh Dimension Series that combines contemporary, historical and fantasy elements into a Christian “coming-of-age” story. A curse put on Shale Snyder, because of a secret, shrouds her with insecurity and fear. Following suspension from school, Shale’s best friend isn’t ...

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Will We Make Changes or Excuses?

The world is full of excuses. Excuses for being late. Excuses for drinking. Excuses for not completing projects. Excuses for making excuses. They’re everywhere, and too often they serve as a crutch for well-meaning people. “I would look for better work, but I’m afraid I won’t find anything that will ...

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Duck Dodging–Which Direction Are You Looking?

It was a typical day with everyday activities. I had just finished my two-mile power walk/jog/flight with my 90-pound dog, Mitch. It was time for the cool-down stroll with my old, little beagle, Tippy. After all the many days of rain, she seemed a little stiff and sluggish, but nothing ...

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