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Category Archives: Spirituality
I can still remember the 2000 presidential election. On the morning of that brisk Tuesday in November, I gathered with a large group of moms in the park to pray. While our young children played on the swings and the … Continue reading
“The lot is cast into the lap, but its every decision is from the Lord.” Proverbs 16:33 Everyone seems to be up in arms about the impending presidential election. There is a great deal of chatter about it on Facebook, … Continue reading
As soon as we arrived in Kansas City, Stewart and I were welcomed into the home of Pastor Scott Sundin and his wife, Kelly. It was great to reconnect with them, since they are long time friends whom we had … Continue reading
Join Rebecca and Stewart Bruner this Sunday, October 9, 2016 for a two-session marriage seminar at Blue Ridge Bible Church in Kansas City, Missouri. In the first session, Stewart and Rebecca will discuss the important role God designed marriage to … Continue reading
The Indiegogo campaign to underwrite the costs of publishing A Wife of Valor: Your Strategic Importance in God’s Battle Plan was a great success! We raised over 100% of the money needed, and collected pre-orders for more that 150 copies … Continue reading
I’m getting ready to launch an Indiegogo campaign in February to fund my book, A Wife of Valor: Your Strategic Importance in God’s Battle Plan. This book is very dear to my heart. I’ve been working on it for several … Continue reading
To celebrate the release of My Fairy Godfather on Kindle, it will be available for FREE through Tuesday, October 20, 2015. Don’t miss your last opportunity to get this collection for FREE!
To celebrate the release of My Fairy Godfather on Kindle, it will be available for FREE October 16-20, 2015. I’d love for all of you to take advantage of this special promotion to download a copy of my collected short stories.
“Now that same-sex marriage has been legalized, how will that effect your book?” My friend Diane sounded quite concerned. “Do you think it might hurt your chances of getting published?”As a member of the focus group who had helped me refine … Continue reading