Mary May Larmoyeux

Stories Shape History

One of our young grandsons recently asked me how old I'll be when he's a teenager. The truth is, I'll be about the age that my grandmother was when she entered eternity. Of course, I didn't tell him that. I think I said something like, "old." But his question made me think, How pmany years… Continue reading Stories Shape History

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Free Resources to Help You Build Your Platform

- by Mary May Larmoyeux - Do you ever feel frustrated and overwhelmed with all that a writer seems expected to do these days? Have you ever said to yourself, "Why am I doing all of this? Does anyone care? Is God using me to make any difference in the lives of others?" Today there… Continue reading Free Resources to Help You Build Your Platform

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Sacred Moments

The radiant fog bank settled just above Lake Cortez at dawn, a stark contrast to the winter landscape surrounding my home. I tried to focus on my writing deadline, but I halted my work to observe the breath-taking view. The glowing mist at sunrise brought a familiar Bible verse to mind, encouraging me to embrace… Continue reading Sacred Moments

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Passing on a life story

by Mary May Larmoyeux Did you happen to watch the Billy Graham special last night, My Hope America (www.myhopeamerica.com)? "What's that got to do with stories?" you ask. Plenty. Through an interview with Dr. Graham (who is now 95 years old), video clips from his more than half-century ministry, and stories of two followers of… Continue reading Passing on a life story

Karen Jordan

Focused on Your Inheritance or Your Legacy?

And you also were included in Christ when you heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation. When you believed, you were marked in him with a seal, the promised Holy Spirit, who is a deposit guaranteeing our inheritance until the redemption of those who are God’s possession—to the praise of his glory… Continue reading Focused on Your Inheritance or Your Legacy?

Karen Jordan

Write Your Story: Epitaphs

Beware kind friend as you pass by, where you are now, so once was I. Where I am now, you soon shall be. Prepare for death and follow me. (Resthaven Cemetery, Silsbee, Texas). What will your epitaph say? When my husband Dan and I were dating, we visited the local cemetery and read the tombstones… Continue reading Write Your Story: Epitaphs