Author Archives: elainecreasman

About elainecreasman

I am a freelance writer and inspirational speaker. Since 1986 I have led the Suncoast Christian Writers Group.

Get Rid of the Piles

I admit I create many piles in my house. In my office, piles of papers from projects and “for future use” call out for attention. Piles of mail clutter my counter space until I find time to sort through them. … Continue reading

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You Are Loved

“No one loves me,” a middle-aged homeless lady told me several years ago. Over a number of days that I had contact with her back then, I felt an urgency to convince this woman that I loved and cared about … Continue reading

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Ignored

Lately there have been a number of people who repeatedly ignore me. I send a text, an email, leave a message with no reply—sometimes for weeks or even months. Others who ignore me are those to whom I’ve sent a … Continue reading

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Help Me To Be Quicker

As a runner, this goal looms ever before me: to run faster–to improve my time, to be quicker on my feet. In my spiritual life, I have a “be quicker” goal for this new year. I thought about where I’d … Continue reading

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Take Courage

Years ago I wrote a little song about courage. At the time I was intrigued that a verse in the Bible didn’t say, “Have courage.” Instead it read, “Take courage.” “Be strong, and let your hearts take courage, all you … Continue reading

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Two Lists for a Happier New Year

In place of my blog this week, I’m posting the link to my latest article titled, “Two Lists for A Happier New Year,” published in the January 1, 2017 issue of The Lookout. I’m busy finishing up my two lists … Continue reading

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Things Left Undone

As the year draws to an end, my mind focuses on a nagging subject which can be described in three words. Things left undone. Some of these have to do with the holiday season: I wanted to visit a friend … Continue reading

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