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Amy Leah Magaw is a born-again author and freelance writer with a passion for writing country-fried Christian romance, creative non-fiction, poetry, and inspirational short stories. A mother of two active teenagers, Amy spends her days teaching middle and high school—and loving it. She spends her nights escaping to her world of writing she affectionately calls, “The Oasis.” She is available for speaking at Ladies’ Conferences and meeting your freelance writing needs.  To learn more about Amy’s writings, visit her blog at www.AmyLMagaw.com, or email Amy at AmyLMagaw@gmail.com.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Don't Forget...!

Happy New Year!
One stop on today's stop on
"The Next Big Thing" blog tour is :
 
 
And I got a preview thought about what the devotion might be, and if Marcie went in that direction, I promise you won't want to miss it! 
 
Lord willing, I'll have a devotion posted for the evening.  I was privileged to attend a Watch Night Service at Open Bible Baptist Church in Sumter, SC on the 31st, and the Lord gave me a thought I'd like to share. 
 
This morning, though, I must travel to Orangeburg, SC to formally accept my new job at Orangeburg Christian Academy!  I've got papers to sign and a classroom to decorate and "move into"!
 
Thank the Lord for his Goodness and Provision!
 
Don't forget to stop at Marcie's and then come back here tonight!

2 comments:

  1. Ooooooohhhh! I love decorating classrooms!!! I have to admit one of my favorite things about teaching Sunday school is putting up new decorations each quarter and seeing the happy looks on the faces of the children when they see something new. My favorite thing is seeing that look they get when something clicks in their sweet little minds. The look when they put together Bible stories and figure out just how special Jesus is!

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    1. It was fun-until we (Del, Summer & myself) got hungry! Then we all got mean! :) But lunch was good! I've even got my Avengers poster up behind my desk! :) I hope the 5th graders will ilke it. I feel sure that they will!

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