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A Tribute to Keith McCaslin

Keith McCaslin, the man who taught me how to preach, died yesterday.  He was one of my favorite people. Our relationship evolved over the years in ways I never would have imagined.  When I was 19, he was my teacher.  … Continue reading

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I’m Baaaack!

Let me start by answering the questions you’ve been emailing me: No, I didn’t die. No, I didn’t shut down this blog. No, the corporate offices of alittlestrongereveryday.com weren’t destroyed by a fire. No, I didn’t remove you from the … Continue reading

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Colleen McCullough’s Obituary

Colleen McCullough was Australia’s best-selling author, a novelist of towering skill who produced such highly respected works as The Thorn Birds and An Indecent Obsession.  She died on January 29, 2015 at the age of 77. Ms. McCullough was a chain smoker … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to alittlestrongereveryday.com!

Two years ago today the very first devotion was posted on this blog.  A total of 214 devotions have now been posted.  They have been viewed over 31,000 times.  In fact, year two brought over 7,000 more page views than … Continue reading

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Don’t Talk, Do

I don’t know why, but when you become a published author you become a magnet for wannabe writers.  It’s uncanny, really.  People walk up to me all the time and tell me that they’re going to write a book someday.  And … Continue reading

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Calculating the Cost

Louis L’Amour wrote over 115 novels, most of them westerns.  Critics often panned his stories, saying the characters were too simplistic and the plots too predictable.  But the public disagreed.  Over 200 million copies of his books were in print … Continue reading

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