How to Make an Effective Hospital/Homebound Visit

July 26, 2016 in Christian Living, Education, Family, Personal Growth, Religion by Terry Miller

Will you be or not be a blessing when you make a hospital or homebound visit? A 1 1/2 interactive seminar has been developed that can provide you with the tools that will make your visit a much more effective one. Watch for an outline of objectives in the near future!

Writing eBooks made simple!

June 23, 2015 in Christian Living, Family, Health & Fitness, Parenting, Relationships by Terry Miller

Thanks to Jim Paris for his workshop on how to write an eBook! I am pleased to say I have just completed my third one. Two have been published and are available on Smashwords as well as Amazon. The third one is needing final edits and cover design. The first eBook: "21 calls to ACTION for spiritual growth". Words, thoughts, goals very rarely go anywhere without putting them into ACTION. This series of articles has been developed to inspire readers to capture a means of identifying ways to Full Article [...]

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Marriage Tips 4Life, #110 French Fries

June 17, 2015 in Christian Living, Family, Marriage, Personal Growth, Relationships by Lon

Isn't it strange how two people can look at the same thing—even in a successful marriage—and come to opposite conclusions? To a husband and wife, married life can be a good thing. To many other couples, relationship problems can be a sign of despair. When you hear the grumbling, bickering and complaints of a couple whose relationship is going south, it may be time for some outside assistance. (Penguin Method here). It is said that the sin of grumbling is related to the sin of gossip. Both Full Article [...]

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‘Til death us do part…

June 5, 2015 in Christian Living, Family, Marriage, Relationships by Lon

Organize your final wishes and give your family the gift of peace of mind. Thinking about your final arrangements can be overwhelming -- not only must you contemplate your death, but it makes you consider the heartache of those you leave behind. But planning for what happens after you die is a meaningful gift to your loved ones, bringing them clarity and peace during an assuredly difficult time especially after a happy and successful married life. Use Nolo's Final Arrangements Kit to help you Full Article [...]

The Demon Of Brownsville Road

April 27, 2015 in Family, News by James L. Paris

Author Bob Cranmer shares insights from his book, The Demon Of Brownsville Road. Cranmer left the military after 10 years of service to return to his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. Cranmer would go on to become a county commissioner and purchase his 'dream home' in the Pittsburgh suburb of Brentwood. After purchasing the seven bedroom Victorian home, Cranmer and his family encountered a series of strange occurences that ultimately convinced them that the house was haunted. This was not just any haunting, Full Article [...]