Author Archive | Janet Chester Bly

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Christian Fiction Releases October 2017

Books I’d Like To Read October 2017 Christian Fiction Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance Christian Fiction Releases: A Waltz for Amber by Kimberly Rose Johnson — Amber, a struggling dance teacher, fights to make a success of her studio. The quickly approaching […]

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Resolving Conflict article by Susan Stewart

7 Steps to Resolving Conflict

Resolving Conflict in 7 Biblical Steps by guest blogger Susan K. Stewart A recent undercurrent of discontent infected our congregation. I’d developed a terrible attitude about the situation, and I sat trying to be attentive for the sermon titled: Resolution: The Mathew Solution. My frame of mind caused me to miss the solution to resolving conflict. During […]

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Handling Anxiety and other insights in Hope Prevails by Michelle Bengtson

7 Tips for Handling Anxiety

7 Tips for Handling Anxiety by guest blogger Dr. Michelle Bengtson Worry, fear, and handling anxiety are epidemic problems. Anxiety disorders are the most common class of mental health disorders.[i] Starting in Genesis, Adam and Eve developed an unhealthy fear of God, prompting them to hide in the garden after realizing their nakedness. God commands us […]

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Fall Kickoff article by Janet Chester Bly

Six Fall Kickoff Self-Improvement Tips

September Self-Improvement Month – Fall Kickoff Article by Guest Author Gail Goolsby Goodbye to lazy days of summer and vacation leisure. Hello to set schedules for kids and adults. Time for school and daily routines. Fall kickoff is here. Freshly sharpened pencils. New clothes and unscuffed shoes. Sports teams with unblemished records. Blank report cards ready […]

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Fiction Retreat with authors Brandilyn Collins and Janet Chester Bly

5 Reasons Published Writer Needed Fiction Retreat

5 Reasons I Needed Fantastic Fiction Retreat After more than 120 published books–Stephen’s, mine, and ours–why would I need a fiction retreat? That’s what several folks asked me last weekend.  A dozen fledgling as well as a few established writers attended the first annual Fantastic Fiction Retreat. Here’s why it was so important to me. […]

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