It’s Time to Breathe – November 12

It’s Time to Breathe Show – November 12 Hi Friends – Last Monday I started my brand-new Internet radio talk show. IT’S TIME TO BREATHE Internet Talk Radio Show is a show about discovering your purpose in life. Unfortunately, there were some technical difficulties as a result of turning our clocks back, so you probably missed the broadcast. You can still hear it by going to archived shows on the website. Here’s a little […]

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New Word Game – Please Play

Fun word game – please play!   Let’s find out how creative we are.  See how many unique words you can come up with using the letters from the following phrase: BEAUTIFUL AUTUMN LEAVES Then … post a Bible verse that uses your new word. I’ll start … MUTUAL “Let us therefore make every effort to do what leads to peace and to mutual edification.” ~ Romans 14:19 (NIV) There are a lot […]

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Everything Changes in the Blink of an Eye

This summer my 19-year-old daughter Kaia went on a mission trip to Guatemala with an incredible group called Side By Side Ministries.  They served at a 400-child orphanage called Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos where they spent ten days constructing a tilapia pond so the children could have fresh fish to eat.  It was a grueling, but amazing life-changing trip for the students as they showed God’s love to children half a […]

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Quarterback David Carr Knows God is Real

The following is an excerpt from my book, How Do You Know He’s Real:  God Unplugged.  NFL quarterback David Carr (now with the Carolina Panthers) shares an amazing story.  In the books, famous recording artists, actors and athletes share personal stories of faith.  If you know someone who questions the existence of God, or who needs a spiritual boost, you should check it out.  You can find more information about the book […]

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Not the Same Old Song and Dance

The following is an excerpt from my book, How Do You Know He’s Real:  God Unplugged.  Amazing stories from her sisters are also featured in the book.  In the books, famous recording artists, actors and athletes share personal stories of faith.  If you know someone who questions the existence of God, or who needs a spiritual book, you should check it out.  You can find more information about the book […]

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In the Spotlight with Krystal Meyers

In the Spotlight with Krystal Meyers By Amy Hammond Hagberg   A lot has happened to 16-year-old Krystal Meyers since the release of her self-titled debut album in 2005.  She has graduated high school, received a Dove nomination and  found success not only in North America, but is a teen sensation in Japan.  Her sophomore project, Dying for a Heart, dropped in September of 2006.  I recently caught up with […]

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FabChat Online Chat

Amy Hammond Hagberg, author of the “How Do You Know He’s Real” book series (Destiny Image Publishers) will be the featured guest this Thursday, June 28th at 7:00 p.m. Central time on FabChat, a world-wide online chat event. FabChat, hosted by author Karina L. Fabian every Thursday, offers fans an opportunity to chat live with authors and others involved in the publishing industry. Amy is the author of “How Do […]

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Chubby Ankles and All

Melissa Brock’s Struggle with Anorexia Superchic[k] is a contemporary Christian band that combines punk, pop, rock, rap and R&B to create their own unique sound. The group debuted in 1999, fronted by sisters Tricia and Melissa Brock, who were both trained as opera singers.  They’ve recorded five albums, including their latest release, “Beauty from Pain” in 2005.  Excerpt taken from the book How Do You Know He’s Real: God Unplugged by […]

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Ashley Cleveland Q&A

IN THE SPOTLIGHT WITH ASHLEY CLEVELAND   I recently chatted with two-time Grammy winner, Ashley Cleveland about her music, her faith and her struggles with alcohol and drug abuse.  In 2005 she released a collection of updated hymns called Men and Angels Say.  Her latest recording, Before the Daylight’s Shot released in 2006.   She was just named the ChristianityToday.com “Best Female Vocalist of 2006.”   In addition to her own […]

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Fear of Tight Spaces

While the technician strapped me down and slowly eased me into the tube I kept my eyes tightly shut.  Then the motion stopped and I cautiously opened them. A new surge of panic enveloped me. I have claustrophobia.  Now, if you ask ten people if they like small spaces, nine of them would answer in the negative; nobody really LIKES being in closed spaces.  But the majority of people are certainly able to tolerate them to […]

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