Christian writing

March 9, 2022 Webinar

Trusting the Process: 5 Keys to Staying on Course With Cindi McMenamin   Award winning writer, national speaker,author of 17 nonfliction books.   Connect with Cindiwww.strengthforthesoul.comFB: Strength for the Soul   “Trusting the Process: 5 Keys to Staying on Course Do you ever feel frustrated, discouraged or ready to give up on writing and publishing? …

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January 2022 Webinar

WEBINAR Infusing Christian Themes into the General Market WednesdayJanuary 12, 20228:00 pm – 9:00 pmZoom Meeting * with Christian writers can choose to write for the general market as well as the Christian market. Why, and how, can we infuse Christian themes into general market works in a compelling way? Cecilia will share thoughts on …

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Why The Sermon on the Mount?

2021 Anthology, Conversations…A Join the Conversation Post For an editor, anthologies, as a genre’, cause a shiver of excitement and a shudder of angst. While the interface with one writer has unique challenges, the anthology with its multiple writers expands the challenge exponentially. As a writer, anthology contributors enjoy the satisfaction of a joint effort …

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I Would Love to Be Your Reader

2021 Anthology, Conversations…A Join the Conversation Post CCWF’s has announced the title of its 2021 anthology of Christian writing: Conversations: Coming to Know God and Make Him Known. The call for submissions is an invitation to share devotionals, narratives, or essays about your life of faith. For good reason, the anthology is called Conversations. Conversations …

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Using Your Voice to Market Your Words

Public Speaking, Radio Interviews, and Podcasting for Writers Quarterly Meeting: Details Below In Using Your Voice to Market Your Words, career journalist and speechwriter Debb Hackett will walk you through ways to make public speaking, radio interviews and podcasting work for you. Many writers shy away from such ‘extrovert’ forms of communication but they can hold big opportunities to reach new audiences.  Writer, broadcaster …

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