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The Orphan Spirit

A kid knows just what he wants for Christmas. He goes out and buys his own presents, wraps them, and puts them under the tree. That way he ensures that he won’t be disappointed. He also ensures that he will never fully experience the mystery, joy, and wonder of Christmas morning.
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Creative Fellowship

I’ve been listening to some recordings from the Mount Hermon Christian Writers’ Conference. During the conference, I didn’t get a chance to hear Allen Arnold’s messages on the Spiritual Life of the Writer, but I’m really benefitting from them now. One of Allen’s … Continue reading

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My Experience with the Promising Beginnings Contest

I began working on the manuscript for A Wife of Valor: Your Strategic Importance in God’s Battle Plan back in December, 2012. The main premise of the book is that marriage is not just a nice human convention, but an … Continue reading

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Paid in Full

The Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference was phenomenal. I attended the non-fiction mentor track. As someone with a bachelor’s degree in English and several years’ experience in freelance writing, I thought I knew what I was doing. Under the expert … Continue reading

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