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Last week Dave Palmer interviewed me for the Guadalupe Radio Network of 30 markets on How to Give Your Testimony During the Holidays. We had a lot of fun with the interview, and it was well received. Here is a … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of mutual admiration societies, so I hope you will all read the blog posts your fellow Guild members have shared. Meanwhile, let’s plan to change the Round-Up to Writers Read in the coming months. See details … Continue reading
June is busting out all over with exciting opportunities to network and grow in our faith and writing skills. The committees are almost fully staffed. The main need is for publicity. We’re still looking for a Public Relations Chair to … Continue reading
We welcome our many new volunteers from our Facebook private group, word of mouth, answer to prayer and our new volunteer sign-up system. We still need a Public Relations Chair. If you could use your PR and social-media skills to … Continue reading
Here’s what’s buzzing in the CWG committees, a great place to learn, serve and network: BLOG: Kathryn Cunningham and Dennis McGeehan are our new co-chairs for the CWG Blog, taking over for Jennifer Fitz who served us so well. They … Continue reading
We bring to CWG our individual talents. Put together, we display an abundance of rich, beautiful gifts. The many committee needs this month are opportunities for those gifts to shine! Blog: Job opening for Blog Chairperson This opportunity is for … Continue reading
The Guild Blog infrastructure has expanded to meet an influx of submissions. Members that had not previously posted, have now shared their work. Others wait in the queue for a posting in the near future. Every Guild member, after checking … Continue reading