Clearing The Clutter From Our Lives by Beth Wharton
“I cleaned out some junk drawers this weekend and couldn’t believe how much each junk drawer can hold … and the randomness too! What do all these cords go to? Why do we still have old cell phones … is that from 2001? Maybe the reason I can’t find a pen when I need it is because they’re all in the junk drawers. How did I get all these pens?…”
Clutter & The Serpent
Author and blogger, Beth Wharton, tells a story in her blog post as she brings readers into a dark time and how she cleared the clutter in her life … “Once upon a time (corny yes, but stay with me here)…once upon a time, there was a young girl who lived in a big city. She was invincible. Life had dealt its many storms and she made it through each time to tell the tale. Standing tall, smiling, and covering her many battle scars, she went on her usual pursuit of the elusive ‘Peace.’ As the rigorous journey continued, she encountered a dark serpent…” continue reading on Beth’s blog ‘New Woman Rising’.
‘Calm Coloring ~ Faith, Hope and Love’, is Tracy Campbell’s beautiful colouring book with verses from the Bible.
Tracy creates adorable artwork which she transforms into colouring books, wall art, home decor, totes and other items. She has a vast array of products she can design from her large gallery of artwork.
Click on the book cover to view more information about Tracy’s book.
“Tracy Campbell is a published artist, author, and a retired interior design professional who aims to perfect the creative abilities God has blessed her with. Customers say her art is sweet and so warm the designs might leap off the page and land right in your heart.
When Tracy is not writing, she loves to sharpen pencils, flip open paint lids, and yank off marker caps to create whimsical works of art just for ewe.
Tracy lives with her supportive hubby and fur baby in Wasaga Beach (the Canadian tourist town known for having the longest freshwater beach in the world).She is also a rare breed dog owner, motorcycle momma, a sinner saved by grace, and a collector of roosters and sheep (thankfully, not live ones).” ~ Tracy’s website
Her products make perfect housewarming, birthday, new baby, special occasion, thank you, and get well gifts.
You can purchase Tracy’s colouring book in our Bookstore.
‘Sewing Basket Devotionals’ by Joy Neon is about finding God in everyday places, such as a sewing basket! If we seek Him we will find Him, even in the ordinary places in our lives.
“After feeling like I should write this book for several years, I finally did it! My book is called Sewing Basket Devotional and is about how the ordinary things of life can reveal our extraordinary God.” – Joy Neon
You can find Joy’s book in our bookstore in the Devotionals section.
“Live Like You Are Living” is one of Glynis M Belec’s blog posts on her website and this one is about living life to the fullest and dying with a different perspective. In it, Glynis recounts a conversation with a dear friend who has recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer.
“It’s silly, but I was a little nervous to make the phone call. I mean, what do you say to someone whose husband died four months ago? To someone whose father died two months ago? To someone who was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer? Pancreatic cancer? “They can’t do anything for me” kind of cancer?” … continue reading
“I love writing short stories and devotions. One of my biggest joys is encouraging and making people smile when they read my work. I especially love to make children grin and am constantly inspired by their antics and curiosity. You can check out my children’s website… (I’ve got some cool challenges for some cool kids on there, too, and lots of information about my children’s books and workshops.)” … ~ Glynis
What better way to start the new year than with a devotional to study through The Lord’s Prayer? A look back at 2018 for a very busy author, Anna Sklar, who writes Bible Studies, Devotionals, and nonfiction.
“I’ve been busy.
Not just when it comes to creating or updating or compiling books.
I got myself a part-time job and started a Master’s program too!
The job and the schooling are done from home, which is the only way it works for me.
And I’m grateful, SO GRATEFUL, for all that fills my days.