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NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FOR THE SPRING ISSUE OF THE RUBY FOR WOMEN MAGAZINE, DEADLINE IS MARCH 1, 2015. CONTACT OUR ASSISTANT EDITOR BETH BRUBAKER AT bethatruby@aol.com

Welcome to Ruby for Women! We are so glad you stopped by and would like to invite you to explore our blog and read the latest issue of our online Christian women’s magazine. Join us here on the Ruby for Women blog to connect with other Christian women, read inspiring and encouraging articles, and share in our community of faith.

WINTER, 2015

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SELFISH AMBITION

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Donna B. Comeaux

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“Why Be an Artist?” by Angela Morris

Being an artist is not an easy thing. It kind of makes you different when you are really committed to it. It can be under appreciated, misunderstood and mistaken as a misguided childhood dream. So knowing all that, why would I still want to be an artist?

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Gloria Doty A Bouque of Devotions Book Cover

“A Bouquet of Devotions” by Gloria Doty and Jeanette Dall

Gloria Doty is a member of the Ruby Blogger Team and has been writing for the Ruby for Women magazine for several years. She brings joy and humor to her observations about life, family, and walking each day with God. Gloria and Jeanette are sisters who enjoy flowers of all kinds. They inherited their love …

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Blessing-Blocker

“Are you a Blessing Blocker?” by Maxine Young

Many years ago, at a former job, I met a young lady who longed for a husband. She believed that her life’s very purpose was to be a wife and here she was husband-less, and therefore purposeless. She was not sure she would survive her single life, and was often heartbroken and depressed. One of …

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Woman driving

“Stay in YOUR Lane” by Michael Morrison

I tend to find myself daydreaming often. It is something that I have always done. I blame it on my ADD at times but I know that deep down I just like to imagine the “what if.” For instance, I’ll find myself hearing music on the radio and think, man I wish I could play the piano or guitar like that or even sing like that person. Even watching TV or movies I think, “I could act out that part better than that guy” or “I could write a better sequel or season finale than that.”

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