There are only 2 more days to the Facebook Virtual Book Launch for “His Perfect Love.” Don’t miss it! It will be a lot of fun. Here’s the link to the page: the party you can meet other guest …
There are only 2 more days to the Facebook Virtual Book Launch for “His Perfect Love.” Don’t miss it! It will be a lot of fun. Here’s the link to the page: https://www.facebook.com/events/246213555797836/At the party you can meet other guest authors, read a little about the beginning of my new novel, try out a writing prompt, and have a lot of fun. I’ll have giveaways too.Hope you can make it.
The His Perfect Love virtual book launch party on Facebook will be soon. Don’t miss it!Thursday, December 8, 2016, 6:00 p.m. through 10:00 p.m. Central Time.This will be a costume party. Dress up as your favorite character from your favorite book, sign in, and be read to post a picture of yourself in costume so we can guess which character you’re dressed as. (Don’t worry if you can’t get a costume…come as you are…even in your PJs) Bring lots of virtual food and drink, and be ready to post a picture of what you’ve brought too, with recipe, if you have one. During the party, there will be giveaways chosen at random. I’ll be giving away an autographed copy of my book during the first hour and autographed copies of books from other authors, and gift cards throughout the evening. We’ll also have author guest spots where you can interact with some very good writers, a writing prompt at which you can try your own hand and skill, recipes, and fun, fun, fun. Amongst all the other activities, I’ll be posting some segments to the first chapter of His Perfect Love. So, keep your eyes peeled.
This is somewhat of a rant, so be prepared.
Yesterday, we went to WalMart to do our once-every-two-weeks shopping. As I entered the store, I thought about how the store used to sell all American-made items. Then I was saddened to think how few American-made items we can find in any store today.
I began going down my shopping list. One of the very first items on the list could not be found anywhere. I stopped one of the employees in the department where I thought the item would be found and asked about it. She barely spoke any English and seemed totally dumbfounded as to what I wanted. I smiled and moved on.
Still not finding the item that I’ve bought there at the beginning of the Christmas holiday selling season in former years, I stopped another employee. She couldn’t speak English. She held up her finger and indicated that she would get help for me. The person she brought back to me barely spoke English and again was at a loss to help me.
We continued our shopping, giving up on the purchase of what I had tried to find.
As we approached the middle of the store, I once again thought I’d try to ask where the item I couldn’t find may be, if it wasn’t where I had looked. I stopped another employee. Again, she couldn’t speak English. This time I simply walked away shaking my head.
Near the end of our shopping experience, I had trouble finding another item on my list. Knowing that in the past, the store did carry it, I dared to ask yet another employee about this one. Guess what? She couldn’t speak English. She called another woman over to help. Guess what? She couldn’t speak English either. I threw my hands up and said, “Never mind!”
Now, I ask you, are we still living in America in Houston, Texas…or has the state slipped into another country? We are still flying the American flag. I do hear English being spoken on most occasions outside of our home. Do I have the right to expect people working in a store like WalMart in an American city to speak ENGLISH (or American if you want to be technical about the language)? If I were living in Mexico, or any other country, and decided to get a job there, I would make sure that I could converse in the language of that country. Is it too much to expect in this country? Really?
It’s been a while since I’ve run an interview. Lots of terrific things happening! But so glad we’re back and we have a wonderful author with us today. Her name is Traci M. Sanders…
It seems to me that our government is getting out of focus. For example, who is running the country at the moment? No, I’m not talking about the news medial. Not this time. I’m talking …
It seems to me that our government is getting out of focus.
For example, who is running the country at the moment? No, I’m not talking about the news medial. Not this time. I’m talking about our President on the campaign trail for Clinton in Ohio. The Vice President is in Nevada for the same reason. WHO IS RUNNING THE COUNTRY?
It’s one thing to support or back a candidate that the President, or Vice President, thinks would do a good job. It’s quite another to leave your post and go off on a campaign to assure that person is elected. I believe it should be against the law for any government official to campaign actively for a candidate. Especially when it’s on our dollar. Are these people not supposed to represent ALL the people, not just a select group? This to me is a misuse of government funds. We are paying these people to do their job running this country from Washington, not run their mouths about the candidate they want to take over for them.
In Florida, when Senator Rubio decided to campaign for the presidency, he had to resign his post as a Florida Senator. Yes, I know, that’s Florida. I think it’s a great policy. How could he do his job as a Senator of Florida, representing the people of Florida, while running around on a campaign trail? Why is it okay for Governor Pence from Indiana to do so? Who’s working for the people of Indiana in his office while he’s off campaigning?
Another point of contention is this. Why was former President Clinton the person chosen to go with President Obama on Air Force One to the funeral of former Israeli Prime Minister, Shimon Peres in Israel? Why not another former President NOT connected with the current presidential campaign? Another misuse of public funds if you ask me, and another promotion of the Clinton clan in the campaign for the presidency.
SOMEONE SHOULD BE IN WASHINGTON RUNNING THE COUNTRY AND REPRESENTING ALL THE PEOPLE!
The opinion of a tax-paying citizen of the United States of America who is in tears over the state of union.
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While attending Bible Baptist Church in Pensacola, Florida, I couldn’t tell you how many times I heard Dr. Peter S. Ruckman say that phrase. Sitting here at my computer today, enjoying the freedom that our country still offers, I started thinking about that phrase. I sure hope there weren’t any atheists on that beach so long ago. Furthermore, I hope each and every one of those that fought and died there, fighting for our freedom and the freedom of other countries, knew my Lord Jesus Christ personally, because if they did, they are with Him in Glory today.
Someday, I’ll be in Heaven myself. Not because I’m a good person, but because I know a perfect Savior. In Romans 3:12, the Scripture says, “…there is none that doeth good, no, not one.” It also says in Romans 3:10 “As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one:” In John 3:3 Jesus Himself tells us, “…Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.” Yes, I hope every one of them was saved.
When I reach those heavenly shores, after seeing my dear Savior first of all, I want to shake the hand of every last one of these brave soldiers. Every Last One of Them. They are my heroes, just as much as those who fight for our freedoms today.
Remember people, freedom is not free. It comes with great cost. We today are part of the Land of the Free, Because of the Brave. Take time to honor a fallen hero on this Memorial Day.
I am by no means a poet, but today the man whose teaching I sat under, learning God’s Word, at Pensacola Bible Institute, went home to be with our Lord. I felt compelled to write this. Thank you, Dr. Peter S. Ruckman, Sr. for all you taught me.
Earth has lost a precious gift,
A man who stood for truth.
Heaven itself rejoiced today,
As this blessed saint came home.
A man who travelled far and near,
To tell others how to be saved.
But now, he’s at the Savior’s side,
Never more to roam.
Yes, Earth has lost a man today,
And those of us who knew him
Will sorrow for the empty place
He leaves in loved ones’ hearts.
We’ll pray for them, we’ll cry with them,
We’ll comfort them with words,
Then one day, and I pray it be soon,
We’ll all with joy depart.
The trump will sound, the clouds will move,
A voice Beloved will call.
We’ll drop our earthly mantel,
Our feet will leave the ground.
Oh what a sight that day will be,
When the longed for rapture comes,
We’ll learn to fly, but not with wings,
Our destination—heaven bound.
As we step onto Heaven’s shore,
Having left our sorrow behind,
We’ll greet the saints who have gone before,
The ones from Earth’s bondage set free.
There’ll be no more tears, sorrow or pain
That all have had on earth.
Forever together, singing praises to our Lord.
Praise God! We’ll live eternally.