Rosemary Snyder

  • A week had now passed since d’Gravernaugh and his small army of soldiers had successfully stormed, routed out, and slaughtered the filthy presence of their devilish nemesis at the castle of southern Gillion – […]

  • M Taylor posted an update 3 days, 20 hours ago

    “Wrestling With Job” by Bill Kynes and Will Kynes is a great read on the biblical book of Job. After reading through enough of this title, here’s what I like:

    – While an academic read, the book is relatively easy to read and understand.

    – Smooth flow from chapter to chapter.

    – Contains many examples of “Digging Deeper Comments” where the…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 3 days, 20 hours ago

    “Workers For Your Joy” is a great read for anyone wanting to become a more productive and fruitful servant in a local church. Around 300 pages, many topics are covered, including:

    – 5 characteristics of desirable pastors.

    – 2 ways humility is portrayed by servants and how God takes initiative in developing humility in us.

    – 7 characteristic on…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 3 days, 21 hours ago

    Practically everyone talks to themselves, whether verbally and mentally. “Hold That Thought” by Gem Fadling is a very good read for monitoring the thoughts we allow into our minds and how to respond to those thoughts. Around 180 pages, the book covers many topics, including:

    – Be careful of dwelling only on the thoughts that come to our mind…[Read more]

  • The zenithal midday sun shone brilliantly over the garrison at Marshtop relentlessly bathing the tower guard’s rooftop position with sweltering, rising temperatures. The sentinel position – as it came to be […]

  • The night at Marshtop silently slipped by, no incident had been reported by the sentries; all was quiet. The red hues of dawn crept across the skies slowly turning to blue heralding the arrival of the rising sun […]

  • So far my miraculous brain remained a mystery for many movie makers including My name is Khan Gajni Tare Zameen pr and dhoom 3 as British fact finders pursued me and travelled to safe zone of India and bollywood […]

  • The counsel of southern Gillion, a group of twelve high officials gathered in haste by a crisis, an emergency of state, all brought together to determine their future, their lives, their very existence, had […]

  • Princess Prittie, sole remaining royal family member from the southern quarter forming one of the four Kingdoms of Gillion, only child and beloved daughter of the late King Mestian, heiress to the throne, […]

  • What I would give now for a horse!? This thought – born more from hope than anything else had been prominent in the mind of the guard since they had set out for the Marshtop garrison. Amid the carnage of the […]

  • They had now covered some four miles in their ten-mile trek toward Marshtop, they had not come across any enemy – human or otherwise, the only other signs of life came from the singing from birds high above in […]

  • Author’s note:

    This fanciful, self-indulgent tale, began as a joke between myself and a fellow blogger many years ago. It first appeared in its entirety on the original version of Thoughts before it closed. My […]

  • Jules answered to the question “Writers block2 weeks, 3 days ago

    Inspiration is fickle and not a tap you can turn on when desired. When it does flow, go with it and leave nothing out that passes through your mind. Once the flow has stopped step back for a while and leave it well alone. When you come back to it for review consider if what you wrote is truly representative of how you felt when you wrote it.

  • M Taylor posted an update 2 weeks, 3 days ago

    “The Religion Of American Greatness” by Paul Miller is a great read for anyone interested in evaluating the concept of American nationalism. The author appears to be a conservative evangelical and has concerns on where extreme nationalism can take our wonderful (and in my view, the best) country. Around 300 pages, the author addresses many topics,…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 3 weeks, 3 days ago

    “Embracing Rhythms Of Work And Rest” is a great read on the importance of working well and having appropriate times of rest. Around 220 pages, many topics are covered, including:

    – Practicing a sabbath and having times of solitude and quiet is a way to show trust in God instead of our flesh.

    – God prepares the way when we take times of res…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 3 weeks, 3 days ago

    Great read on the importance of working well and having appropriate times of rest. Around 220 pages, many topics are covered, including:

    – Practicing a sabbath and having times of solitude and quiet is a way to show trust in God instead of our flesh.

    – God prepares the way when we take times of rest.

    – What trusting God can look like when we…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 3 weeks, 3 days ago

    “The Call To Follow” is a great and countercultural read on being a good follower in a day and age of constant self-promotion and an emphasis on being an effective leader instead of being a good servant to others. Around 200 pages, the book covers many good points, including:

    – Helpful and harmful statements about leadership.

    – Definition of…[Read more]

  • M Taylor posted an update 3 weeks, 3 days ago

    “Necessary Christianity” by Claude Alexander is a great read for the follower of and believer in Jesus Christ on what he/she needs to do as commanded in the Bible. I attended the church Alexander serves a few years ago and live in the area. Hence, my interest in the book.

    The title covers many good points, including:

    – The mature Christian knows…[Read more]

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  • categories of children with special needs

    There are four major types of special needs children:

    Physical – muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, chronic asthma, epilepsy, etc.Developmental – down syn […]

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