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Advice Only a Mother Can Give: Writing Books of Guidance for All Children

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Advice Only a Mother Can Give: Writing Books of Guidance for All Children

Take it from Mom; she knows best — “You probably should bring a jacket,” or “Don’t chew with your mouth open.” As an adult, you will find yourself speaking these same fateful sayings to your children, while giving the “I mean it” face when they refuse. The words of a mother are ones that each […]

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A Mother’s Love: Legendary Family Recipes

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A Mother’s Love: Legendary Family Recipes

They say that it’s a challenge to master an heirloom recipe and make it the way mom does. However it’s difficult to deny that there is sacredness to family recipes and accomplishment in mastering them the way mom or grandma did. In imagining Mother’s Day gatherings full of love, laughter, flowers and food, we are […]

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Xulon Press Announces Winners of Spring 2014 Christian Writers Award

Xulon Press Announces Winners of Spring 2014 Christian Writers Award

Grand-prize winners to receive recognition, cash prizes and more MAITLAND, FL – The Christian Writers Award exists to honor exceptional books written by Christian authors that are published independently by non-traditional publishers. Xulon Press was excited to once again extend the opportunity to Christian writers to have their work recognized and be given due credit. […]

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Spring Cleaning: Detoxifying the Heart and Spirit

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Spring Cleaning: Detoxifying the Heart and Spirit

“Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past.” Isaiah 43:18 (NIV) Spring brings us fresh, new energy and represents new life. In taking note of the blossoming of new life, we can learn to let new emotions, dreams, and hopes come into fruition by shedding past negativity. The verse above speaks to living […]

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Disorder of Worship – An interview with Xulon author Drew Fryar

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Disorder of Worship – An interview with Xulon author Drew Fryar

There are plenty of overwhelmingly scholarly theological volumes in which one can read about the minutiae of doctrinal differences—about hermeneutics and pneumatology and soteriology—and certainly there’s a place for such study. Drew Fryar is more concerned with what happens in the trenches, with the (not so) little things that usually don’t come up at church […]

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