Tag Archives: Christian Perspective

“The Missing Matisse: A Memoir” by Pierre H. Matisse

Rubbing Shoulders with Famous Artists, Fighting Nazis, and Finding God Imagine growing up in France while it is occupied by the Nazis during World War II.  Or perhaps imagine growing up rubbing shoulders with some of the most famous artists … Continue reading

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“Grieving the Loss of a Loved One” by Kathe Wunnenberg

              The Master of the Sea Grief.  How can it be depicted?  Experts have analyzed it, dividing grief into stages, claiming certain feelings and reactions are predictable–even if the one experiencing it finds it … Continue reading

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“Miracle at the Higher Grounds Café ” by Max Lucado

              Not Your Ordinary Coffee Shop This is a short, light story that covers some heavy topics–marital infidelity, an unplanned pregnancy followed by a rushed marriage along with unforgiveness towards spouses and parents.   It … Continue reading

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“$10 Great Dates: Connecting Love, Marriage & Fun on a Budget” by Larson & Arp

Keep the Home Fires Burning “Dating after marriage” or “fun after marriage?” Absolutely! Fun and dating does not end with marriage, or at least it shouldn’t. These two Christian couples, Peter and Heather Larson, along with David and Claudia Arp, … Continue reading

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