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RiversideDown By The Riverside

Brand New from Ronnie McBrayer. Available now by going here.  

Before there was a “Scenic Highway 30-A” or a tourist-friendly “Emerald Coast,” there was only the backbreaking labor of timbering, the slow chugging of paddle-driven riverboats, hardscrabble living in Walton County’s small villages, and subsistence farming and fishing along the waterways of the Choctawhatchee River. “Down By The Riverside,” inspired by the 2016 Grit & Grace production by the same name, features the lives and times of the tough-skinned, hard-working pioneers who occupied the banks of the Choctawhatchee River – in their own words. 

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The Road Rise To Meet You: Daily Thoughts On Life And Faith

A New Daily Devotional by Ronnie McBrayer. Available now by going here.  

With a down-to-earth inspiring style, author, pastor, and nationally syndicated columnist Ronnie McBrayer offers his winsome insights on life and spirituality. May The Road Rise To Meet You is both a succinct, daily devotional and a field guide for those looking to deepen their faith.

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Take some time to listen to one of his talks (if you can stand a strong dose of his Appalachian twang); grab one of his books; or browse his “Keeping the Faith” blog. Also, you can receive regular e-columns/devotionals in your inbox by signing-up here. Thanks for visiting.

About Ronnie McBrayer

Scientists say that the beautiful, sugar-white beaches of the Florida Panhandle are the result of erosion from the Appalachian Mountains. A sand dune that we enjoy today, as we are told, was once a mountain top in Georgia, but over time that mountain washed all the way down to the sea. There’s no better description for writer, Ronnie McBrayer.

Before making his home near the beautiful beaches of Walton County, Florida more than a decade ago, Ronnie was a life-long Georgian, born and raised in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Today, having washed down to the sea, he is the author of multiple books and publications, a gifted musician, a local pastor, and a nationally read columnist.

Ronnie maintains a contagious faith, a cheerful schoolboy wit, and an applauded storytelling style that invites his readers and listeners to discover new ways to experience personal freedom and grace. With his wife Cindy – a talented artist in her own right – and his three sons, Ronnie might be a long way from home, but he is never far from his roots.