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Joe Moreland

Joe Moreland
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Joe Moreland is the Editor of Austin Christian Voice. He is an award winning writer who is an experienced script and short story writer as well as an aspiring novelist. He worked for many years as an actor/writer/director for several theatrical companies/touring shows and spent more than a dozen years working in children’s ministry with his wife where he wrote what amounted to a 90 minute sketch comedy show every week for multiple children’s programs. Joe and his wife, Pam, have been married more than thirty years while living in the Austin/Central Texas area and raising four wonderful children.

Business

Christians, Work, and Bad Behavior

As a 34-year employee of the Federal government, including 20 years as a manager, I saw all kinds of behavior: professional, unprofessional, and downright...

Questions To Ask Before Taking Social Security

Social Security can be an important part of your retirement income. So, before you start making decisions about your payments, you’ll want to know...

Financial Tips For Single Women

What are your financial goals? Men and women face the same economic stress factors of modern life, but women still face specific obstacles.

Education

A Must-Follow Reading Plan for Every New Homeschool Parent

Very often, the very first thing a new homeschool parent will do is look for a curriculum to purchase. What if I were to tell you that that’s one of the last things that should be done? The fact is, homeschooling is about so much more than that.

Back to School: Make Studying A Lifestyle—Live to Learn!

Why should our children be the only ones in the household gearing up for learning? As Christians, we should always strive for excellence.
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