It’s time to give a cheer for these awesome FaithWriters’ members and their writing accomplishments!
DAVE WALKER has just published God In The ICU. It is about his experiences, as an anaesthetist who prayed for his patients, in seeing God respond to prayer: Medical drama, personal drama and, chiefly, honoring our awesome God. WONDERFUL!
DAVID BUTLER‘s historical novel The Poor Preachers (Penname Arthur D. Bardswell) has been published. It centers around reformer John Wycliffe’s time in 14th Century England. He began a radical reformation movement known as Lollards. The story is about their adventures as they preached the gospel throughout England. CONGRATULATIONS!!
MICHAEL JOHNSON has published his first book: The College Field Manual: A Young Adult’s Guide to Faith, Finances, and Education. It’s available on Amazon. MARVELOUS!
MARGARET McKINNEY‘s first book, Fetching Jonas Blake, will be available on Amazon on January 3. SO EXCITING!
JULIE ARDUINI‘s story, Dollar Store Statue, came in first place in the JournEzine 6th Annual Christmas Story Contest. WOW!
DEBBIE ROOME‘s story, Footprints in the Snow, came in second place in the JournEzine 6th Annual Christmas Story Contest. Her stories Miss Edna Jamieson and The Christmas Billboard were also honorable mentions. SUPER!
ALLISON EGLEY‘s story, Tiny Hands, was a third place winner in the JournEzine 6th Annual Christmas Story Contest. EXCELLENT!
Four other FaithWriters’ stories received honorable mention in the JournEzine contest. Congratulations to KELVIN FOWLER‘s story The Man at the Well, DIANNE JANNAK‘s story The Idea That Kept On Givin’, CATRINA BRADLEY‘s story The Embodiment of a Miracle, and GlLYNNIS BECKER‘s story The Missing Peace. GREAT JOB!
DEE YODER signed a three-book deal with Kregel Publishing for her Amish novel and two sequels. SOOO EXCITING!!
I so love hearing about your accomplishments. Would LOVE for you to share them with me so I can post them here. Either drop me an email at email@example.com, or post it in the cheering section on the FaithWriters boards – otherwise, I may not find out!