Annette R. Smith

Freelance Writer | Blogger | Ghostwriter | SEO Copywriter

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An Evening Prayer

Posted on June 22, 2011 at 6:29 PM Comments comments (2)

I will bless the Lord who has counseled me; indeed, my mind instructs me in the night." (Psalm 16:7)

This week has been a long and busy one -- and, for personal reasons, emotionally draining, too. But today brings us one step closer to the weekend and some much-anticipated rest. Here is my evening prayer:

Lord, thank you for the many ways you have shown your love and care for me today, even when I was not awa...

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Site Design Makeover And Blog News

Posted on June 22, 2011 at 3:05 PM Comments comments (1)

Webs.com introduced six new website templates in February. I wanted to update my site with one of these new professional designs, but other things took priority over my personal website and blog. Things like extra writing assignments while my husband was unemployed, his eventual new job, and our move to San Antonio.

Now that we're settled into our "new" apartment -- a temporary dwelling, since we hope to find a nicer, larger home before the ...

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My Christmas Articles Collection

Posted on December 13, 2010 at 1:43 AM Comments comments (0)

Merry Christmas to all my readers! The past several weeks have been extremely busy ones for me. A number of things have kept me away from blogging, including other (more pressing) writing assignments and various tasks and projects around the house.

 

My stepson will spend the first half of his holiday break with his father and me, and we have many fun things planned for his stay with us. This is my last opportunity to write a&...

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Atheist Ad Campaign Challenges The Bible

Posted on November 9, 2010 at 6:00 PM Comments comments (0)

The American Humanist Association launched the largest-ever atheist ad campaign today. The "Consider Humanism” campaign features a series of television and newspaper advertisements that challenge evangelical Christianity and biblical morality.

 

The first television commercial will appear Friday evening on Dateline NBC. Other television networks will also feature the commercial, and print ads will appear in several major American newspaper...

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