Champagne and Supernovas

by Molly Jo Realy @MollyJoRealy

This is one of those Do-I-or-Don’t-I-post-this posts. Prayer life is personal, private. Yet we’re exhorted to pray with and for one another.

At Blue Ridge I had many conversations. About writing. Living in faith. Bringing the two together and at times, amplifying one over the other.

Saying our good-byes is always hard. I wanted to leave my peeps with a message of hope and empowerment. And it struck me.

We are the champagne, and God is the bubbles. We’re bottled up tight, conforming to our surroundings only until that moment we are uncorked, set free, read the rest. . .

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Frankly, On Faith: Be Still.

by Molly Jo Realy @RealMojo68

It’s a hard thing, to just be still. Even if the body isn’t moving, the mind is. Here, the grocery list. There, repairs to be made.

Emotions get worked up. Why am I doing nothing? I need to do something. Why aren’t those things getting done?

I should put this time to use. I should at least read my Bible. Or pray. Yes, I can pray. But not for myself. For others. Let’s see . . . My friends who are going through that thing. I really should call and see how they’re doing.

No, … read the rest. . .

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Facebook Book Launch Party: Heart’s Song

by Molly Jo Realy @RealMojo68

So much about this cover that I love. The authors, the publishers, the endorsements. I love them all. I know them all! How exciting.

Aaron Gansky and Kay Morrison (Cindy Sproles) wrote Heart’s Song several years ago and it found its home at Elk Lake Publishing.

So, this Monday, June 31, is the big release; you know, the it’s-finally-published event. The yeah-they-did-it party.

In case y’all can’t read the back copy, here it is:

Faced with the impending death of his best friend, Geoff Morris wonders if there is life beyond rock and

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