Just under TWO WEEKS before the Best of the Best winners and runners up are announced – can you believe it? And now is the time to review the last ten contenders (see the three previous quarters here, here, and here) – one of which was announced only yesterday!
Unfamiliar with Best of the Best? Each week, the top scoring entry overall in the FaithWriters writing challenge is eligible to be declared the Best of the Best winner. At the end of all four ten-week quarters, we have 40 potential pieces vying for the Best of the Best crown. And, on July 1 each year, the highest rated of all the first place entries is named Best of the Best and awarded a $300 cash prize. Second and third place receive $100 and $75, respectively.
This past quarter’s topics were song titles – but you were not supposed to write about the songs themselves. Be sure to check these excellent entries out – and watch for the challenge quarterly winners in a day or so – and the Best of the Best for 2015 on July 1!
All’s Well – An Unspoken Message by Margaret Kearley ( from the IT IS WELL WITH MY SOUL challenge)
Assegais and Shields by Corrine Smelker (from the STAND UP FOR JESUS challenge)
All Good Things by Ann Grover (from the COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS challenge)
In the Secret Place by Ann Grover (from the A MIGHTY FORTRESS challenge
Suleiman by Jack Taylor (from the SWEET HOUR OF PRAYER challenge)
B’rihk Hu by Ann Grover (from the I SURRENDER ALL challenge)
The Society of Soldierettes for Sensibility and Sobriety by Ann Grover (from the ONWARD CHRISTIAN SOLDIERS challenge)
Walking the Waves by Margaret Kearley (from the TRUST AND OBEY challenge)
A Prayer of Praise by Ellen Carr (from THE WHOLE WORLD IN GOD’S HANDS challenge)

Some Angels by Ann Grover (from the ANGELS WATCHING OVER ME challenge)

Watch for the Best of the Best announcement on July 1 – and the next quarter of the Writing Challenge just a day later. You could be on this list next year!


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