Maggie’s Miracle – My Take

Sometimes it’s great to read or listen to an uncomplicated, yet deeply heartfelt story. This book is another fantastic Kingsbury Christmas story with a unique twist. I thoroughly enjoyed it from beginning to end. If you love kids, moms and dads, then this story will be a favorite that’s listened to and reread, probably yearly. We could all do with a Christmas miracle this year and every year.

Kingsbury brings us along on another miracle ride that has me shouting, “I believe in miracles, too”, especially Christmas ones. Consider that love is powerful and a little boy writes God asking for a daddy and also asking for his mom to believe in love, again. You know this will be a recipe for light and laughter. Kingsbury’s characters are people you feel you know or have met before. This book or audiobook would also make a great Christmas stocking stuffer. Share the joy of hope found in these pages with family and friends. If you read or listen to this story as a family, expect to spark some great discussions.

Do you believe in love? Do you believe in miracles? Here you will find both. You may cry a little, laugh a lot, so what are you waiting for?

Day 5…

Of 21 Days of Ascent and today’s realization is that I’m fastened to Jesus Christ. I’m held fast, close, clasped tight to my Daddy because I’m wanted and loved beyond all galaxies, all that is seen, all that can ever be known. My thanks seems so tiny in comparison to the depth, breadth, and height… Continue reading Day 5…

Where O Where Have I Been?

Besides slaving over a laptop I’ve been working off my food addictions and riding my bike…

Here’s A Thought…

The best “good habit” to adopt is one that I can obtain and sustain well over a long period of time. If I am constantly fighting to adopt this “good habit” then maybe it’s the wrong habit or the wrong time for me to adopt this habit. Discipline is something I strive for continually in… Continue reading Here’s A Thought…

Today I’m Grateful For…

The fact that as a human being, by definition, I’m not meant to be perfect. Always striving to be a better person than I was the day before, to myself and all those that I encounter. What are you grateful for?

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