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Wednesday’s Word: Do you Ever Wish Jesus was More Specific?

In a world where enemies seem to be sprouting up all around, what does Jesus tell us to do? Luke 6:12-36 tells us how Jesus, after calling his twelve disciples, the ones who would travel and watch and pray and … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Word: Hagar, and Ishmael, and Sarai, Oh, Dear!

Are you like Abram and Sarai, who just couldn’t wait for God to act? Are you like Hagar, who was used and then abused? This story is for everyone who needs to be reminded to wait on God. His plan … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Word: Who, Indeed?

“Who can forgive sins but God alone?” a Pharisee thought to himself one day while watching Jesus work. I wonder if he ever figured out how prophetic that was! Listen to two short stories of healing from Luke 5:12-26: For … Continue reading

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How Can You Be So Sure?

Talking about conviction last week (https://sonjaandersonbooks.com/2014/09/14/fred-fred-use-your-head-a-plea-for-common-sense/) got me thinking–how do you ever reach a place where you can be so sure of something? Even the head of the Anglican Church was quoted this week saying he “had doubts” sometimes. Doesn’t … Continue reading

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Author Challenge: Uncovering “Luna Crane, Papa Plane” — By Sonja Anderson

Originally posted on MeeGenius Blog:
Sonja Anderson’s “Luna Crane, Papa Plane” is a tale of a young whooping crane, which is migrating to Florida with her family for the first time. Mama teaches Luna and her siblings how to fly…

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All 180 Days?

Happy End-of-Summer, blog friends! School is upon us, and for some of you, you’re already back! How is it going? It’s daunting, isn’t it, facing a new year? I’ve always loved the boxes of new pencils with perfect erasers, and … Continue reading

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Meet the Finalists: Sonja Anderson

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Meet Sonja Anderson, author of “Luna Crane, Papa Plane” 1. What is your full name/pen name? My full name is Sonja Marie Anderson and my pen name is Sonja Anderson. 2. Where are you from? Where do…

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News!

MeeGenius, a picture book company that publishes interactive ebooks, just let me know today that my story, Luna Crane, Papa Plane, about a little whooping crane, is going to be published! It is a finalist in their annual contest. In … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Word to the Wise: Make No Mistake about It

“By wisdom the LORD laid the earth’s foundations, by his knowledge the deeps were divided, and the clouds let drop the dew.” –Proverbs 3:19-20 If God, in his ultimate wisdom, created the earth and all in it (including us), what … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Word: Jesus–Not a Hometown Hero?

Sonja reads Luke 4:14-30, and we find out what happens when Jesus visits his hometown of Nazareth; it wasn’t exactly a warm welcome! For friends new to this blog, “Wednesday’s Word” is a weekly Bible audio clip that rotates between … Continue reading

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