Steven Curtis Chapman, Chris Tomlin, Twila Paris Share Views of Contemporary Christian Music

  “Contemporary Christian music lacks depth. The words repeat too many times.”   “I don’t like contemporary Christian music at all. It’s too fast and too loud.”   “Contemporary Christian music is all I listen to and I listen to a lot of different artists.”   ** If there is one subject the evangelistic Church... Continue Reading →

Caliente Restaurant’s Authentic Cuban Food Gains Rapid Following

One of the joys of writing is doing restaurant reviews for travel-oriented publications. Here is a review published on the Fort Wayne Insider blog in 2013. Dozens more of my blog posts about entertainment and fun experiences in Fort Wayne are published here: ** My first experience with Caliente Restaurant, which may be the... Continue Reading →

One Thing Christian Singer TobyMac Would Change

One of the great things of being a freelance writer for a major daily newspaper like the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel is doing interviews with celebrities and singers. I had the opportunity and pleasure of interviewing TobyMac by phone for the News-Sentinel and also a story for Focus on Your Child, a magazine published by Focus... Continue Reading →

Testimonies of Long-Term Marriages

My husband, John, and I recently celebrated 32 years of marriage together. This article which I wrote for Lookout Magazine describes the long-term marriages of people we’ve known who have reflected Godly patience while living together. I post it here with hopes it will help other couples stay married. I just wish I had photos... Continue Reading →

Indians, Stagecoaches and a Caddy! Oh my!

In honor of the summer season when more people are taking vacations and exploring, I’ve posted a travel article I wrote about one of my favorite museums: The Miami County Museum in Peru, Indiana. This is the type of museum that makes you feel at home. But don't think it’s full of small-town stuff! There’s... Continue Reading →

Stan Geisel loves his 1977 Triumph Spitfire

A garage sale introduced Stan Geisel to his 1977 Triumph Spitfire in 2001. The British-made car had a ‘For Sale’ sign propped in its windshield. Geisel was shopping for a motorcycle. When he saw the 2-seater in a friend’s yard, he noticed it needed new brakes, interior, and convertible top. The body was clean and... Continue Reading →

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