We are pleased to announce the “My Coffeecup Meditations” series — daily devotionals in four seasonal volumes, written by Roger Ellsworth. Each volume contains one devotional per day for three months: Coffeetime in Winter covers January, February, and March Coffeetime in Spring covers April, May, and June Coffeetime in Summer […]
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