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Writing 4 Your Life
Resources for spiritual writers, including in-person and online writing conferences; topics: how to write, market, and get published
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Publisher from discusses author challenges and opportunities
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Elizabeth J Andrew 18h
What if we thought of our lives as drafts always in progress? What if we thought of our writing projects as lives still being lived? Two excellent questions--and a great review--from Caryn Riswold.
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Makoto Fujimura 18h
Yes. I do believe Eugene Peterson is fanning the flames behind the veil. :) We will miss him.
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Elizabeth J Andrew 20h
Make a list of stories you know about yr ancestors. Which one calls to you? it, attending to how this intersects with your own life.
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WritersGift Oct 22
“Generally, we think of as a Hollywood term, but high concept (and ) tend to rise to the top of agents’ slush piles because they offer something broadly applicable but totally new, or a totally new spin on a familiar model.”
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Writing 4 Your Life Oct 22
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Dr. Erika Dreifus Oct 22
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Welcome to the latest batch of markets/jobs for writers. No fees to submit/apply. Paying opps.
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Henri Nouwen Oct 22
Dear God, I am so afraid to open my clenched fists! Who will I be when I have nothing left to hold on to? Who will I be when I stand before you with empty hands? Please help me to gradually open my hands and to discover that I am not what I own, but what you want to give me.
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Carol Howard Merritt Oct 22
I have heard: Your voice is too screechy. You talk through your nose. We're going to turn down the mic so we don't hear your screech, okay? We don't want to hear your personal stories. Don't ever say "I" in a sermon. You're too emotional.
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Mark Schaefer Oct 22
Amen. RT : “Traffic creates tourists,” says. “We want to spend our money building trust, so the real people who move the needle for our business will trust us and that will lead to loyalty—and loyalty trumps everything.”
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InterVarsity Press Oct 22
Last day to enter our giveaway for by ! You could win one of ten copies. 📖 Good luck!
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The Mrs Ws Oct 21
"Truth is demanding. It won't let us sit comfortably. it knocks out our cozy smugness and casual condemnation. it makes us move." The Rock That Is Higher
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Jonathan Merritt Oct 20
I’ve created a FREE comprehensive small group study guide for . Download it here and use it with your book club, church group, or family:
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Jacob Pannell Oct 20
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Vivian Fransen Oct 20
Outstanding book! Not for preachers only. I love that book cover, too.
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Writing 4 Your Life Oct 20
Journalist and author offers advice for new writers
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Writing 4 Your Life Oct 19
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Patricia Raybon Oct 18
Just got a BIG YES from my local library to order these two amazing books by friends and ! Two thumbs way up for both!
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Brian D. McLaren Oct 19
A fool is careless with his words. An evil man uses his words to incite and glorify violence. Do not put your trust in a fool or an evil man. Let us speak with care, and use our words to build peace, justice, and the common good in these dangerous times.
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