When the Lord saved me, it transformed my life for the better. Though I did have to reach rock bottom to look up, I would not have it any other way. God uses everything for the good of those who love Him.
Pat Davis writes from her home in Philadelphia, Pa. She is wife to John and mom to Johnny and Joshua. She enjoys flower gardening, genealogy research and travel. Her work appeared in Guideposts, The Lookout, Bible Advocate, Faith & Family, GRIT Magazine, Splickety Magazine, Sasee Magazine, Ruby For Women Magazine, Woman Alive and Chicken Soup for the Soul books. She has completed two historical inspirational novels and is represented by Leslie H. Stobbe Literary Agency. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers. Pat loves to hear from her readers.
Rhonda has a B.A. in Psychology and a B.A. in Theology. She has been a christian for over 35 years. She has worked in ministry outreach and administration. Rhonda has published articles relating to children and mental health.
Christine lives in the Lake Travis area of Austin with her handsome hubby and plethora of pets. Through her writing, she shares the story of her long bumpy road to redemption and ultimate peace in Christ. By telling who she really was and who she is now (the good, the bad, & the ugly, y’all), she hopes to encourage and remind us all that He is indeed a God who keeps His promises. As a fairly new Christian and still having much to learn, Christine shares her struggles and triumphs in the journey to becoming who He created her to be. She gets up every day and tries to live this life the very best way she knows how, by doing her best to follow Him.
Deborah is a sixteen year old pastor’s kid who enjoys writing, photography, traveling, and playing guitar. She desires to live her dreams, make life an adventure, and to be fearless because she only has this one life to lose for Christ.
The bible tells us that if your brother---meaning your member in the body of Christ---sins against you, go and tell them their sin. This gives them an opportunity to apologize, repent, and seek heartfelt reconciliation. Read this contributor's article......