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Category Archives: 30K for Christ
“I heard you’re writing a book?” “Well, I’m not writing it, exactly…” Its easy to get discouraged, isn’t it? The right words don’t seem to come, or a deadline looms (or passes!), or someone doesn’t “get” what you’re writing. Family emergencies … Continue reading
(“Or, a consideration of the meaning of ‘nature’ in which Joe uses many quotation marks and funny words”) Toward the end of his autobiographical Surprised by Joy, C. S. Lewis writes about meeting lifelong friend A. K. Hamilton Jenkin: “…Jenkin … Continue reading
This year’s online conference was fruitful as always . Congratulations to all our participants who pitched to publishers this round — watch this spot for updates on the progress of those projects. Laura Lowder is already busy organizing the 2013 … Continue reading
“God looked at everything he had made, and found it very good.” (Gen 1:31)Beauty is a prophet. It points us toward God. A flower, a field, or a sunset inspires us. These in-spire, or “breathe in”, to us something of … Continue reading
I call heaven and earth today to witness against you: I have set before you life and death, the blessing and the curse. Choose life, then, that you and your descendants may live, by loving the LORD, your God, obeying … Continue reading
As we embark upon Holy Week, we are also opening a month of writing dedicated to our Lord. A few years ago, when National Novel Writing Month was just a November event, several of us on the Guild got to … Continue reading