Author Archives: Jamie Holloway

Cold Water

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Every so often I read a novel that I simply cannot put down. Cold Water by Samuel Parker is one of those novels. This is not a warm and fuzzy novel. It is thrilling, adventurous, captivating, and spine chilling. The characters are well developed and the descriptions especially in chapter one took my breath away. […]

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How Healing Works

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    Healing is something that has been on my mind since I discovered that I had trachial stenosis from my Wegener’s and RA. I have gotten off my own trail towards wellness and healing that I decided that my focus word for 2018 would be rebuild. That is when I received How Healing Works […]

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Finding Selah

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  This week I have been sick, thankfully it isn’t the flue. Just a normal cold, but with a trach it is extra hard to handle. I am thankful that Kristen Kill’s book Finding Selah showed up in my mailbox. I dove straight in, while blowing my trach and taking cold medicine. I devoured her […]

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Rebuild

My focus word for 2018 is rebuild. I chose this word carefully. I have been dreaming for months of rebuilding things including a kitchen, my bathroom, and living room so I need God was speaking to my heart about reconstructing my life. Many times in the Bible God rebuilds Israel, and I love that even […]

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Trade Your Cares for Calm

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  Max Lucado is one of my favorite authors, ever since I read his book He Chose the Nails I have been hooked. In his latest, Trade Your Cares for Calm I am still in awe. Lucado’s newest book has come at exactly the right moment for me. I’m embarking on a new journey with […]

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Why We Don’t Suck

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      Why We Don’t Suck by Dr. Denis Leary came at just the right moment. I needed a good laugh. In fact, New Years Eve I read the section with the Tweets from people in our past history that had my friends Karen and Summer up in stitches along with me. I don’t […]

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Restore

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    I was given the opportunity to read Restore by Vince Antonucci. I wasn’t sure what I would be reading about, but the title intrigued me. I’m glad that I have read this book. Here is why. My focus word for 2018 is rebuild. I know rebuilding something is often times challenging and bad […]

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The Ketogenic Bible

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  The Keto Diet is something I have been interested in and since my friend at Wellness Works NW has started selling Ketones Supplements from Pruvit I became even more intrigued. I checked out at my library a great book called The Ketogenic Bible: The Authoritative Guide to Ketosis by Dr. Jacob Wilson and Dr. […]

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Make Your Voice Heard In Heaven

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Prayer has and is important in my daily life and relationship with God. When the opprotunity came for me to read Barry C. Blacks book Make Your Voice Heard In Heaven based on his 2017 speech at the U.S. Senate Prayer Breakfast I thought it would be insightful to read. I was right. His in […]

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Reflections On My Year of Identity

2017 is almost over. Hard to believe. Time moves faster and faster as I get older. Although, it moved fast a lot of wonderful things have happened to make my 2017 a blessing to me. I am positive 2018 will even show more moving forward when it comes to my health. Last year at this […]

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