CONTENTS FOR OCTOBER 2005
Letter from Deb Porter – Editor-in-Chief, FaithWriters’ Magazine
Front Page Feature - No Such Thing as a Bad Day by Kathleen Fairman
For all the times you think you aren’t making a difference… For all the times you are.
Interview – Ministering God’s Love in Word and Song – Meet Kathleen Fairman
CROWN OF SPLENDOR
Golden Days of Leisure by Carol Dee Meeks
Retirement isn’t the end – it’s a brand new start!
Interview – Living Life to the Full – Meet Carol Dee Meeks
DOWN MEMORY LANE
My Childhood Place by MaryAnna Hunt
Take a journey back through gentle, Autumn days on the farm
How to Spell Cat by Kenn Paul Gividen
Sometimes the sincerest advice can send us the wrong way!
Featured Story – Through God’s Eyes by Karen Treharne
There’s so much to see in your own neighborhood, if you take the time to look through God’s Eyes.
RIPE FOR THE HARVEST
Same Path, Different Directions by Gary Sims
Friends for life, but can they be friends for eternity?
TAKE IT TO HEART
Hope’s Sunrise Serenade by Sandra Fischer
Let every day begin with hope, promise and a song.
Interview – Seeing God in His Creation – Meet Sandra Fischer
THE RHYTHM OF LIFE
My Story by Cheryl Thompson
This wanderer’s story could just as easily be your own.
THROUGH THEIR EYES
Home by Suzanne Rowe
Could he leave it all behind? Could you?
WE ARE THE CHURCH
Prayer Support Leaves Katrina Victims High and Dry by Randy Chambers
This timely article holds a mirror to our souls and asks the question, "What did you do?"
Review of Slouching Toward Zion and More Lies by Robert Flynn
Interview with Robert Flynn, the author of Slouching Toward Zion
Review and Interview by Dian Moore