Archive for October, 2013

Rise to the (Writing) Challenge!

A new FaithWriters Writing Challenge quarter is upon us! The first topic, “Black Sheep of the Family,” was announced last Thursday – and you still have a few days to get an entry in. And there are nine more topics after that before our break.

The Writing Challenge is a great way to learn to write to a word count, a topic, and a deadline – and to get some feedback on your entries. Lots of people (myself included!) have grown [...]

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The Bible in English

If you walk into a Christian bookstore – or even do a search of “Bible” on Amazon – you will likely be astounded at the number of versions of God’s Word you have available to you. There have been more than 450 different translations of God’s Word into English over the years, and many of them are still available now. But did you know that it took 1,500 years for the entire Bible to be available in the English language?

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When Life Impedes Your Writing

When Life Impedes Your Writing
By Dorothy Love

This post originally ran over a year ago at Dorothy Love’s blog – but the advice is still very relevant and helpful!

I am way behind on my self-imposed blogging schedule. A  few weeks ago I took a tumble down the stairs here at home. No broken bones, but plenty of sore muscles and bruises. For a couple of days, even my hair hurt.  After many phone discussions with our dog boarders, my dogs had [...]

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