The Veteranby Joe Baginski
A short story, based on actual fact about the meeting of two former enemies of the Vietnam War. The story reveals how the Holy Spirit moved to bring these veterans together in a Divine appointment which resulted in one more sheep being rescued for the Kingdom.
The Danceby Jo Prieto
So that was it, Reuben thought. This is why the Lord had roused me from my sleep. Reuben felt the need to keep the conversation light-hearted.
"So, what are you saying? You're afraid of a girl?"
Radiant Flowerby Michelle McCulloch
From the other side of death, I penned this story, to encourage the saint who today feels dim. You are radiant. Within you dwells the Spirit of God. You have been commissioned with a call to blossom where you were planted, to look to Him, and then to radiate His love to others. Are you being faithful with the area of influence you have been given?
Waterfallsby Debra Burgess
She had been sitting upon this rock a long while listening to the roar of the waterfall, feeling its mist cover her body, wetting her hair. Gazing at its beauty she silently enjoyed the rainbow hovering above the rushing white liquid.
Lois The Lionessby Debra Burgess
Lois had found the two orphan cubs in the wilderness of the grasslands. She had heard their cries for food and water. Her compassionate heart would not allow her to leave them in that dry place and she took it upon herself to carry each one back to her home of safety to nurture them in their infancy.
Pax et Benedictioby Beth LaBuff
In what became known as "Pax et Benedictio" (Peace and Blessing) the Federation set itself up as god. Freedoms were denied and property confiscated.
Just His Guestby louis gander
So quietly I watched them play, as mother doe stood still.
She guided them and peered around as only mothers will.
Leviticusby Beth LaBuff
By day, an Old Testament priest faithfully follows the requirements of the law regarding sacrifices. At night, he is plagued by a dream. He constantly wonders how long these sacrifices will be necessary.
The Brickyardby Debra Burgess
The requirement was conformity and the bricks were measured for their usefulness. A man saw a good use for those bricks others deemed unusable.
An Old Remedyby Jennifer Mobbs
Kate couldn't believe what her life had become, she was a piece of property, not a person anymore. Could she escape finding her freedom? Only if Mattie her only friend came with her.
Impossible To Stay Completly Dryby Devante Tophoney
There is somebody that thinks--or should I say knows that it is impossible to stay dry in the rain, even with an umbrella. People think he's crazy--but you might not feel the one tiny drop that lands on you.