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Renee

is an author and editor for The Bottom Line Ministries as well as a member of Faith Writers. Currently she teaches high school language arts. She is a mom to four amazing blessings and enjoys every moment life has to offer. Renee has a fervor and drive to learn, she loves to read and spend time with her family, and is involved with her local church ministries. Humbled by God’s gift of words, she has a passion to write what the Holy Spirit has placed in her heart. She hopes to publish her in-progress book someday, but in the meantime, is honored to be placed as part of the TBL writing family and is holding on to the ride wherever God is leading. Renee and her family reside in their country home in Holland, Iowa.

Reward Found Through the Narrow Way

Reward Found Through the Narrow Way By Renee G. Standing straight at the end of the field perfect in dimension resides an object necessary in winning the game of football.  The opening of the goal rests in a welcome stance ten feet off the ground, almost twenty-four feet across, with ...

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Drink From the Fountain of Youth

Drink From the Fountain of Youth By Renee G. Hollywood has done it again.  Defined the age of worldly beauty.  Recent news from the AARP presented the new faces of sixty—According to Hollywood standards they are gorgeous, glamorous, and forever lasting yet only in the realms of Hollywood. Constantly preserving ...

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Hidden Secrets Free a Man From Death

Hidden Secrets Free a Man From Death Edward lee Elmore, imprisoned for over twenty-five years on charges of rape and murder, has been released due to the dedication of his lawyers Diana Holt and John Blume who successfully revealed evidence that proved Elmore’s innocence. Elmore was charged with three accounts ...

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What’s the Matter With Kids These Days?

What’s the Matter With Kids These Days? Lately, a bedraggled tune keeps ringing and repeating in my head like a broken record.  Maybe you have heard of it– “What’s the Matter With Kids These Days? (From the musical Bye Bye Birdie) Ironically, this song has popped in and out of ...

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“My Brother’s Keeper” Seeks to Save the Lost

“My Brother’s Keeper” Seeks to Save the Lost By Renee G. A few weeks ago, my upper level students launched into a 1920’s research project and narrowed in on the term “Lost Generation” referring to the generation of young lives seeking to find themselves after a turmoil of war.  Men ...

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