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Why Am I a Christian?

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Why Am I a Christian?

If I haven’t made it obvious yet, I am a Christian. I have been a follower of Christ since September of 2003, so it’s been almost 11 years since I started on this journey. But one question I’ve gotten quite a few times is “why are you a Christian” or “how is someone like you […]

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How Does Marti Get Character Ideas?

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How Does Marti Get Character Ideas?

So on my Facebook, my friend Olt asked me if I could talk about how I come up with character ideas. I found it amusing, because honestly, I’m not a fiction writer. I could never write a novel. I could write short stories (and I have, as I’ve exemplified on here), but I couldn’t write […]

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Where Did Veliya Rebelclaw Come From? (RP Post)

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Where Did Veliya Rebelclaw Come From? (RP Post)

I’ve told you guys about some of my RP stuff, and I didn’t realize how much I had sitting around in the background. I actually only recently got back into RP after a two year hiatus that was caused by stress, some stupid out of character (OOC) drama, and a number of other things, including […]

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Not All of Us Are Like That

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Not All of Us Are Like That

This is something that I have been saying for years, but if you are one of my friends who are not Christians, or you are a Christian that has been turned off from the church – this blog is for you. If you are one of my friends that is a Christian – this is […]

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Easter Reflections – He Is Risen

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Easter Reflections – He Is Risen

As I’ve shared in other blog entries, I have been reflecting on Holy Week. Holy Week is the week between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday, and in some traditions they observe Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy (or Black) Saturday, and Resurrection Sunday. My own personal observance only looks at Sunday/Friday/Sunday, but every day […]