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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.

Are You a Giver or a Taker?

Ah, yes, Christmas is upon us, which means many of us are wracking our brains trying to come up with the perfect gift for everyone on our lists.  That’s okay, though, because giving is good, right?  Unlike those people who are looking forward to Christmas day only because of what ...

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Trusting in the One Who Has Walked the Path Before Us

Hiking a new trail can be exciting, invigorating and even a little frightening. There is a thrill of covering unfamiliar territory yet also a fear of getting lost or, worse yet, not realizing and understanding the difficulty of the trail in question. But despite the possible setbacks, my husband and ...

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Ask Your Soul: Why So Sad?

It’s not usual for a song to come to my mind completely out of the blue.  It happens all the time.  This morning, however, the song that invaded my thoughts was quite an unusual one.  I was sweeping the floor, and to my recollection, I wasn’t thinking about anything in ...

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Is Stress Killing You?

I’ve understood for a long time that stress is bad and has negative effects on overall health. What I didn’t understand, however, was that all of my other efforts to improve my health were in vain until I could control my stress levels and my way of thinking. Yes, dieting ...

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Do You Really Want To Be Used of God?

How many times have we prayed for God to use us in a mighty way? How often have we pleaded with Him to work through us to help others? It’s an admirable goal, but I wonder if we really know what we’re asking for. In times past, my prayers to ...

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