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January 14, 2008



You're awesome and inspiring, Dee.

Madison Richards

It's so funny how life cycles, isn't it? I too am posting this week about how things seem to have come full circle again. When the year turned over it was like the cork popped off the champagne bottle in my spirit and things that have been under pressure are suddenly released - or maybe just my perception has changed, I don't know.

Anyway, thank you for this, and thanks for starting the Christian Fiction Network! It's people who stop talking about it and start doing something about it that inspire creativity in others. Congratulations in advance on all the good things coming your way!


Celebrate the change in years! I love looking back and seeing how God has worked.

Dee Stewart

Thanks, Nicole, but I really am not inspired. Honey child, my life runs rings around a soap opera. It is all God. Please believe me. I'm laughing as I type this.

Madison I will be leaving a comment on your blog shortly. I laughed when I hit the main site to see the other articles posted. If I didn't have a twin I would think we were. :)

Amen, Heather. I still to this day do not know what in the world I was doing in my twenties. It is a puff, blur of mistakes. :) Thank God, I made it through that.

Veronica Johnson

Well Amen for the Rhema word from God!! I'm going to print this entry out to use as my Bible study for the week. Glad to have you as a friend and a sistawriter.

God bless and keep you.

Veronica Johnson

dee stewart

Halle lu, Veronica! Thanks for commenting. Now I have writing to do.

"Most of us don't change until we realize that we need to."

After taking one lap too many around the same tired old mountain, I found myself sitting in a counselor's office. Getting there was my way of declaring to myself and to God that I could not continue to keep the cycle going. And going. And going.

Dee Stewart

Michelle, I feel you. Isn't God good in that he supplies us with others who can help us break our cycles.

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