Rebecca Wetzler



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Dovetales BlogRadio Interview

I did not know how I was going to talk for an hour with Deborah Lassiter, the radio host for Dovetales, but she was great …

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Tuesday’s Treasure – Treasure Faith!

What is faith? Check out this guest blog about treasures, and I encourage you to treasure and nurture your faith.  I almost got to meet …

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Writing from Faith in the Bible

I shared with Southern Writers Magazine how I chose and organized my devotional scriptures, ones that inspire faith.  Read the blog post here!: Southern Writers …

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Check out Pam’s Wild Rose guest blog about Alaska Fishing

Pam invited me to share some Thursday Thoughts, and I decided to talk about Alaska summer fishing season!

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Bread Box for the Broken devotional is published!

After decades of writing, editing, organizing, finally, it’s done!  My devotional is published! Use this link to check out my author page!  (It is also available …

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Sing praises

PSALM 147:1-7 Praise the Lord.  How good it is to sing praises to our God, how pleasant and fitting to praise him!  The Lord builds …

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Bow before Him

PHILIPPIANS 2:4-11          Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interests of others.  Your …

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I have been writing for the Matsu Greatlander a year now; I enjoy it, and hope readers have found spiritual encouragement in each article. June’ …

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Moving Mountains

MARK 11:22-26  “Have faith in God,” Jesus answered. “I tell you the truth, if anyone says to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ …

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As we reluctantly feel summer drawing to an end, another season begins, heralded by office supplies and clothing advertisements.  Back to School shopping has already …

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Kids will find themselves something to do when left to their own devices; it’s better to plan summer adventures for them than risk them making …

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A Few Fish Facts

It’s common knowledge that both commercial and sport fishing are dominant factors in Alaska’s economy. Thirty years ago I worked for North Pacific Fishery Management …

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