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The Twelve Steps of being a Spiritual Writer

Step Two – “Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore our writing to sanity”   We have talked about following the call of God as he inspires us to write stories or articles to promote the … Continue reading

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Same Old, Same Old

Even if you are not an avid theater fan, I bet you know this line:  “Tradition, tra-di-tion!”  Right, Fiddler on the Roof.  This great musical is basically a story of ethnicity and the patriarch’s struggle to keep the practices of … Continue reading

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The Twelve Steps of being a Spiritual Writer

Step Two – “Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore our writing to sanity”   How do you remain spiritually sane? There are many methods that will keep you grounded, solid and living in truth. The … Continue reading

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Great Lessons Learned In Silence

A little bit of interesting trivia: There could be a sign on a bed at the White House that reads “Mike Eisenbath slept here.” No, not that White House. I’m talking about the Jesuit retreat center in St. Louis, Mo. … Continue reading

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The Twelve Steps to being a Spiritual Writer

Step One – We admitted that we are powerless over our human desire for fame, wealth, and power – that our writing life had become unmanageable. Now that we have been truthful with ourselves about the dreams and longings that … Continue reading

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Testing Liberty, by Theresa Linden

She lies in her darkened cell, alone, cold, hungry and exhausted, awaiting the tortures of the Re-Education Facility. The Regimen Custodia Terra have Liberty 554-062466-84 of Aldonia, exactly where she wants to be. Something of a MacGyver, Liberty becomes more … Continue reading

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The Twelve Steps to being a Spiritual Writer – Step One

Step One – We admitted that we are powerless over our human desire for fame, wealth, and power – that our writing life had become unmanageable. For the last two weeks we have been looking at step one of the … Continue reading

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The Twelve steps of being a Spiritual writer – Step One

Step One – We admitted that we are powerless over our human desire for fame, wealth, and power – that our writing life had become unmanageable. One night I had a dream. I dreamed that my latest novel hit the … Continue reading

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The Twelve Steps of being a Spiritual Writer – Introduction

Is it hard to be a spiritual writer in a world that is becoming more and more hostile to Christianity? The only true answer is yes. For a long time we have been spoiled. We have had the blessing of … Continue reading

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Down Right Good, by Karen Kelly Boyce

This story of social media with training wheels follows ten-year-old Angie’s Saturday deliveries of newspapers and baked goods. Each customer along Angie’s route receives her gifts and shares conversations, usually revealing vexing problems. Angie gathers problems at each stop, not … Continue reading

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