Tag: "faith"

Florida Author’s Poignant Book An Inspiration for Married Couples Everywhere

Florida Author’s Poignant Book An Inspiration for Married Couples Everywhere

| November 22, 2013 | Comments (0)

New Book, Reflections on the Ring: An Ordinary Woman’s Extraordinary Tale of How She Saved Her Marriage and Family, chronicles a wife and mother’s testament to the power of faith in action and the triumph of traditional values.   PALM BEACH GARDENS, Florida—In her first book, Reflections on the Ring: An Ordinary Woman’s Extraordinary Tale of How [...]

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A Pastor's Review of Reflections on the Ring

A Pastor’s Review of Reflections on the Ring

| November 22, 2013 | Comments (0)

Many thanks to the wonderful Reverend Bernie Lutchman for this thoughtful review of Reflections on the Ring: Reflections on the Ring took a lot of soul-searching, courage and yes, faith to write. It was encouraging to me to see how Lori never stepped away from her traditional faith and turned it into something proactive that will [...]

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Shout-Out to Brother Bernie Lutchman of The Write Stuff

Shout-Out to Brother Bernie Lutchman of The Write Stuff

| October 10, 2013 | Comments (0)

In my effort to produce the highest quality book possible for my client, one of the many professionals I contacted for help was my dear friend, Christian minister, writer, businessman, and author of Two Minute Warning and Danger Zone, Bernie Lutchman. Knowing the themes and values presented in the book will appeal to a Christian audience, I [...]

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Happy 54th Birthday, Ralph!

Happy 54th Birthday, Ralph!

| October 4, 2013 | Comments (0)

I have a very special, amazing and inspiring brother, appropriately named Raphael (although we call him Ralph) after our maternal grandfather and the Archangel of Healing. To readers of my blog and everyone who knows him in real life, Ralph’s story is a heart-warmer. I first wrote about it for a local paper, The Happy [...]

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Reflections on the Week

Reflections on the Week

| October 3, 2013 | Comments (0)

Hope your week is wonderful so far! I’ve been neglectful of my blog the past few days, but with good reason — marketing efforts and finishing touches are underway for Reflections on the Ring: An Ordinary Woman’s Extraordinary Tale of How She Saved Her Marriage and Family. If all goes according to plan, the book [...]

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Governor Sarah Palin: The Only Hope

Governor Sarah Palin: The Only Hope

| December 17, 2012 | Comments (0)

I’ve been negligent about blogging lately for a variety of reasons, but when I saw this post from Governor Sarah Palin via Conservatives4Palin, I knew it was time to get back in the routine. Visit C4P to read her entire post in the wake of the horrific slaughter of innocents in Newtown, Connecticut, but I am [...]

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He Is Risen!

He Is Risen!

| April 8, 2012 | Comments (1)

I first heard this incredible song several years ago when I was invited to do a reading at a sunrise Easter service in Boca Raton.  It’s been one of my favorite Easter hymns ever since. By the way, if you’ve never experienced a sunrise Easter service by the beach I highly recommend it. While Mass [...]

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Five Minutes with the Word: Look Up

Five Minutes with the Word: Look Up

| March 27, 2012 | Comments (0)

Today’s Lenten meditation highlights an important lesson from the Israelites: “If anyone who has been bitten looks at it, he will recover.” (Numbers 21:8) How wonderful is God’s plan! Centuries before the actual event, God foreshadowed his plan to save his people through the lifting up of his Son on the cross. He was also [...]

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The Olive Principle: A Review

The Olive Principle: A Review

| March 9, 2012 | Comments (0)

I first heard about Daniel R. Dorey’s book The Olive Principle on twitter, where I have the pleasure of tweeting with the author himself, who agreed to allow me to post a review at my request. As part of my Lenten observation this year, I am making a personal effort to deepen my own relationship [...]

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My Visit to the Padre Pio Center in Barto, Pennsylvania

My Visit to the Padre Pio Center in Barto, Pennsylvania

| September 18, 2011 | Comments (0)

I couldn’t let this long visit to Pennsylvania come to an end without paying a visit to the lovely Padre Pio Centre in Barto, a place I last visited two years ago. Nestled in the rolling hills and scenic countryside of Berks County, this tranquil retreat pays homage to a remarkable man noted for his singular devotion to [...]

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Midweek Meditation: Toxic People and Conflict

Midweek Meditation: Toxic People and Conflict

| July 27, 2011 | Comments (0)

Have you ever dealt with toxic people or agita-inducing conflict before? Silly question I know for anyone who lives on Planet Earth! Fortunately in God Will Make A Way, Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend offer excellent advice from a spiritual point of view as to how to deal with these challenging facts of life: The Bible sees relationships as [...]

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Reflections on the book God Will Make A Way, Part Four

Reflections on the book God Will Make A Way, Part Four

| May 25, 2011 | Comments (0)

Place a high value on wisdom. Easier said than done, right? If God created an ordered universe, why do our lives sometimes feel chaotic? Why do relationships end for no apparent reason, why do innocent children die from terrible illnesses and why in spite of our best efforts do our businesses fail or our jobs [...]

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Reflections on the book God Will Make A Way, Part Three

Reflections on the book God Will Make A Way, Part Three

| May 18, 2011 | Comments (0)

Principle Two from God Will Make A Way – Choose Your Traveling Companions Wisely — reminds us of the importance of the company we keep, whether friends, family, co-workers or acquaintances: There are many people who want what God has for them, but unfortunately, just like a kid who thinks he doesn’t need a teacher, [...]

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Reflections on the book God Will Make A Way, Part Two

Reflections on the book God Will Make A Way, Part Two

| May 11, 2011 | Comments (0)

As I mentioned in Part One, I will be featuring a different principle from the book God Will Make A Way as part of a weekly feature over the next several weeks. In that first post, I introduced this excellent book by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend, noting that I am still working [...]

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