Patricia Hofer

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Patricia Hofer ended her high school teaching career in the early 1980’s and found her way to Boston for a job with a publisher. Besides learning to research and edit, she eventually had several articles published. After returning to Arizona, she taught freshman English and technical writing at Glendale Community College. Hofer is now retired and living in the lovely mountain town of Payson, AZ. She is currently at work on her seventh book.

God’s heart to human heart–a one to one covenant

What the Israelites perceived God to be did not, and does not, restrict or define all that God is. Basic rudimentary codes for conduct, similar to the Ten Commandments, had also been emerging in various ways in humanity’s other great religions. They may be phrased differently, but these commands for goodness in human society would seem to have been planted in human beings from the beginning, inspired by a universal, divine intention for “a living… Continue reading