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Thankfulness Day Three

For the week of Thanksgiving, I am running a thankful contest. To enter, leave a comment on something you are thankful for. The prize is a leather-bound copy of The Daily Light Journal, Evening Readings by Anne Graham Lotz.

The contest runs Sunday, November 24-Saturday, November 30.

I am thankful for my relationship with God.

What are you thankful for?

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Boat At Work

As we crossed Boston Harbor in a tiny water taxi, we were captivated by the sight of this fire boat passing in front of us.

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We enjoyed watching the water spewing all around. However we did not see a fire anywhere, except in the distance, as that fiery ball we call the sun was setting.

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If you are interested the Boston Fire Boats website has more photos and information. I enjoyed looking at all the boats and some historical photos. Click here to view.

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November Contest Day Two

For the week of Thanksgiving, I am running a thankful contest. To enter, leave a comment on something you are thankful for. The prize is a leather-bound copy of The Daily Light Journal, Evening Readings by Anne Graham Lotz.

The contest runs Sunday, November 24-Saturday, November 30.

I am thankful for a good book.

What are you thankful for?

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Thankfulness Contest

For the week of Thanksgiving, I am running a thankful contest. To enter, leave a comment on something you are thankful for. The prize is a leather-bound copy of The Daily Light Journal, Evening Readings by Anne Graham Lotz.

The contest runs Sunday, November 24-Saturday, November 30.

What are you thankful for?

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On Our Own In Jerusalem’s Old City, Audio Edition

I am pleased to announce that On Our Own In Jerusalem’s Old City is now available to listeners in audio format.

Melissa Silvestro did a lovely job as Narrator.

For the Audible version, click here.

If you prefer a version from Amazon, click here.

Happy Listening!

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Hello,

I have some exciting news. Lyza’s Story is now available in audio format.

Denise Washington Blomberg did a beautiful job of narration my novel.

For your convenience

If you shop on Amazon you can find the story here.

For those who use Audible, click here.

There is also a mobile option on Audible.

iTunes also carries Lyza’s Story.

Lyza’s Story:

It’s easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich woman like Lyza Lane to be saved. Yet with God all things are possible.

Lyza’s billionaire lifestyle leaves no room for religion. She enjoys a meaningless jet-setting existence, keeping busy with L.L. Lane Unlimited, her father’s successful conglomerate, and her mother’s “Save the Orchids” campaign. Little does Lyza know that her lifelong employee constantly prays for her salvation. Be encouraged as Cook’s humble prayers and service throughout the story illuminate God as He works out His plan in Lyza’s life

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The Breakers Part Three

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The Breakers

David and I recently watched the 2013 version of The Great Gatsby. I thought I caught a glimpse of this Vanderbilt estate in some of the shots of Gatsby’s mansion. One could easily entertain hundreds of folks here. The chandeliers in the dining room are especially interesting in that they were designed to use either the newly invented electricity or (when the power failed, which I understand happened often back then) switch to gas. In Lyza’s Story I envisioned the girls descending a staircase something like this as they met their dates in the foyer.

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