Joy and Adam were honored to talk with Chaplain Barry C. Black. On June 27, 2003, Rear Admiral Barry C. Black (Ret.) was elected the 62nd chaplain of the United States Senate, an office first established in 1789.
Are you feeling like you’re on the bench? On the shelf? On the receiving end of hard times? Are you like I was, imprisoned by the need to prove your worth? Chained by illness or depression like my wife was? You are not
On this episode of The Arc Joy and Adam talked with Rachelle Dekker. Rachelle is the author of The Seer Series with Tyndale (The Choosing, The Calling, The Returning).
When it comes to dating are you a risk taker, inchworm, romantic, doomsday prophet, social butterfly, or a deep-end diver? Not sure? You can find out with this handy quiz.
I consider myself a reader, and by that I mean that I love books and that I love to read many different kinds of books. But I do have my favorites, and many of my favorites happen to be fiction.
“So often food is backdrop for us, don’t you think? When we meet up with girlfriends, even just for coffee or tea, as we empty our cups, we’re always filling each other up—with words of friendship and encoura
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Author Candace Calvert is known for her heart-pounding medical romance novels.
For 50 years I have survived as a spinal-cord injured quadriplegic. But that’s a walk-in-the-park compared to my battle against stage III breast cancer.