Tag Archives: Lori Copeland

Ordinary Words with Extraordinary Impact

There are some fascinating words in the English language, but sometimes even ordinary words can be used in an unexpected way, and it’s like a snowball hitting you – smack! – in the forehead.  See if you can spot the … Continue reading

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The Preacher’s Lady (Lori Copeland) – Review

With her gathering basket in hand, Elly stepped onto the porch, looking forward to reaching under the warm hens and listening to their noisy gossip. A fat snowball hit her square in the forehead. Stunned, she dropped the egg basket, … Continue reading

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