Christian Fiction

Rise: A Short Story of Hope

By on March 25, 2016

A ray of sunshine slanted across the dark room. All day he would study its movement as it slid along the walls. The ray creeped into being each dawn, the loyal reminder for his eyelids to flutter open. As it brightened and faded with each passing hour he grew increasingly jealous. The light could shift, shimmer, glide, […]

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A Wall No More

By on July 30, 2015

A deep rumble echoed down the alleyway. “Is it over? Is the ‘quake quiet?” “I don’t know.” He turned in the direction of the sound, peering beyond the little girl’s tear-stained face. Across the rubble, in the midst of the gray sky and gray bricks, an ivory glow was growing in intensity. He grabbed her […]

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Blind, But Now I See

By on July 4, 2015

Like hundreds of days before, his skin was heavy from the soft dust of passerby. Murmurs surrounded his begging corner, the street lively with the light swishing of robes and crackling of wagon wheels. The traffic would ebb and flow, and he remained still, a permanent prop in the avenue. These noises, these sensations were the sum […]

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Lost

By on March 14, 2015

Darkness. My fingertips grazed the cold rock wall beside me, my only guidance. Others were with me. There were rumors of light, something I had seen flashes of but never begotten. Most spoke of bitter hope, but it was slowly silenced as the dark days went on. I didn’t know how I entered this tunnel, but […]

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One Safe Harbor

By on February 21, 2015

Seagull cries pierced the air, the warm glow of the sunrise dyeing the sea a blush pink. A salty breeze softly brushed her face from the west, the skies ahead as clear as can be. It was time to set sail. She had never ventured from the harbor before, but she had to escape. It was time to leave all she had ever known.

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The Wrong Harvest

By on January 23, 2015

There is a sense of dying day by day. Yet from this decay, from this pain, bursts forth rebirth. A renewal, a revival of existence. My body emerged from the womb 22 years ago, but my spirit is awakening today and tomorrow, moment by moment, gradually easing the pains of soulful labor. For the past […]

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Fulfillment

By on June 30, 2014

He must increase, I must decrease. The horizon was alive. Green grasses danced in the evening breeze, the setting sun split the endless field and endless sky. She was driving through the countryside, her car gliding across the cracked pavement and her mind absorbed by thoughts of yesterday. After weeks of frustration in the beauty of […]

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Psalm 23

By on December 29, 2012

Her eyes fluttered open. Moisture. Green. Emptiness. Light. Quiet. Why did she awaken? And when did she enter a slumber? Staring upward into a deep, cloudless sky, her face was cleansed by passing mist. Slowly, she lifted onto her bare feet, her toes embracing the crisp ground. The expanse before her was a stunning pasture, […]

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Digital Delusion

By on August 9, 2012

Her online accounts were bursting with new messages and updates that had to be read, judged, and extrapolated to her own website. Could she afford to take a break from the digital mayhem? Getting 5 hours of sleep was already running her typing potential thin. Every second was precious. But she was wondering if the Facebook-status of this guy was worth thousands of her own.

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