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  • I loved your article on the Founding Fathers!!! I love your love for God and also your sense of humor.
    Our Home Group has been looking for a study that would involve Christianity, The Bible, The Founding Fathers and the Birth of the USA. Do you know of any reputable type of study like this?
    Thank you and God bless you, Teresa

  • John mcCreight says:

    Thanks for your great insights. Please put me on your list. Thanks.

  • Dave Robbins says:

    Hi James. Where can I get information about the ACW Mentoring Retreat in Grand Rapids in June? Your site was listed as an information source. Maybe I’m missing the information.

  • Always enjoy your cartoons, but even more. Today I enjoyed reading your daughters story. Fear is a crippler I lived with most of my life…God continues to help me face the fear and travel on.

    Happy Monday and Merry Christmas to you and your family, Kat

  • james isaac says:

    hi james.
    i have been encouraged always through your posts that you put on facebook. as a young youth who is a christian this keeps me look up to you as an example and keep moving in the journey

  • Sandra Smith says:

    Thank you so much for your email dated March 3, 2016, which contained your commentary entitled, ‘Am I a heretic?!” Your words were balm to my soul! I have struggled with the concept of a “personal” relationship with Jesus–what that means, what it is supposed to look like, what I am supposed to be like in light of that relationship–and I concluded that I was just one of those unfortunate “lesser” Christians who would never know Him in that way. Your ideas about this, and most importantly the scripture verses you included, have soothed my ruffled spirit. Thank you.

  • Jim,

    I was in a Family Bookstore yesterday and I saw your new revision of “The Imitation of Christ.” It looked good so I bought it. I wanted to compare it to my copy of the original, but I couldn’t find it. But I used your new version for my devotions today. I like it. I especially liked your first paragraph and your first sentence:
    “Thomas a Kempis’s ‘The Imitation of Christ’ changed my life.” Great way to start.

    You spoke of how you have read this book about 10 times. I have very few books like that, but’ ‘Destined for the Throne’ by Paul Billheimer and ‘The Revival we Need’ by Oswald J. Smith are right up there.

    I look forward to spending time with you on this labor of love. Keep up the good work.

    Blessings,

    Den Slattery

  • Jim,
    Thanks for making life better with your blog. It provides me and I’m sure lots of others with Christian motivation and humor to help make our lives brighter. Keep up the good work.

  • Jim. Stumbled onto your page. Looks great. Have you seen AtheistMovie.com Love to hear your thoughts.

  • Dan says:

    Congratulations on your 20 years in publishing.
    I wish I could have ment you much earlier.

  • Marjorie Favretto says:

    How can I contribute to this page. I am a published poet and have a new collection of over 100 Christian poems with scriptual inclusions..I would love to send you my compilation for consideration. Meditative, uplifting, some humour etc.

    • Hi Marjorie. Thanks for your comment and email. I’m so glad you’re trying new avenues for your poetry at 85. Good for you. I don’t use guest posts on my site, but I would invite you to go to WordPress.com and start your own blog. Publishers are out there looking for new writers. I was sitting in my home office, minding my own business, and a major publisher called saying they had seen the song I wrote for my daughter’s high school graduation and wanted it for a gift book. Keep trying new things. That will keep you young.



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