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Misty Stewart found Christ shortly after the birth of her baby, causing her to make drastic changes in her life. Short-tempered and street-smart, she realizes being around her un-saved, dysfunctional family is draining her, so she feels the Lord wants her…
Searching for something she cannot define and breaking under the stress as a rising star at The Metropolitan Opera, Grace Galveston travels to Tallulah Falls, Georgia, for a reprieve. In the summer of 1886, Tallulah Gorge, with its multiple waterfalls, spectacular…
This week's interview
A 2013 Grace Awards finalist, Gail Pallotta’s been a best-selling author on All Romance eBooks. She’s published four books, poems, short stories, and several hundred articles. Some of her articles appear in anthologies while two are in museums.
My favorite beach is Destin, Florida, with its white, powdery sand and emerald water, so clear you can see right through it. The community is a peninsula with the Gulf on one side and the bay on the other. The two meet at the harbor.
I once heard a visitor say, “The minute I pull into Destin stress rolls off me.” It’s difficult not to relax and marvel at God’s creation in a place this beautiful with tranquil, soft waves, unless of course, there’s a storm. But I enjoy any beach. I like driving on the hard sand in Daytona Beach, Florida, and I love the beach at St. Thomas.