Handling Rejection

Handling Rejection

Have you ever seen an unattractive baby? Even if you think the baby is ugly, his parents would never agree. That baby is part of them. He carries their DNA. More than that, he carries their hopes and dreams for the future. It’s often been said that for a writer, rejection is the equivalent of […]

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What is Your Challenge?

What is Your Challenge?

I admit it…I’m color-challenged. As in, every house we’ve lived in for the past 30+ years has had nothing but white walls. And white ceilings. And white wood trim. Oh, except for one house that already had wallpaper in the dining room. We left that up because it was easier than removing the wallpaper and…you […]

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Different Routes, Same Destination

Different Routes, Same Destination

I’ve been thinking about routes. One of the most helpful tools I have is a GPS. Helpful, because if there’s a way to get lost, I’ll find it. So I’m dependent on that quiet but firm voice that says, “In fifty yards, turn right.” When I program my GPS for a long trip, it often […]

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7 Twitter Rules of the Road

7 Twitter Rules of the Road

You’ve had your drivers’ license for longer than you’d care to admit. By now, you’ve learned a thing or two about the rules of the road. Did you know that Twitter rules of the road are similar? 1. Don’t drive without a license. No matter how much you may hate your drivers’ license photo, you […]

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Write2Ignite! 2015 – Embraceable

Write2Ignite! 2014 was my first Write2Ignite experience, and I was blown away. I came to this year’s Shine conference excited and ready to be a blessing and to be blessed. Right out of the gate I had tears filling my eyes during Sally’s opening session. She addressed us as friends, peers, brothers and sisters, from […]

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Write To Re-Ignite!

Write To Re-Ignite!

As Team members we pray that everyone who participates in a Write2Ignite! Conference will leave with three things: New or improved skills for writing and publication New or strengthened relationships in the writing/publishing industry The knowledge that God has spoken directly to some aspect of his/her life. But, often we get wrapped up in the details of the […]

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I’ve Been a Bad Girl

I’ve Been a Bad Girl

Yep. That’s right. I’ve been a bad girl since Write2Ignite! 2015. I haven’t posted here on our Blog about what an exciting weekend we had. It seems that my “life” just keeps interfering with my “writing life”  which includes Write2Ignite! I’ll bet you’ve experienced the same problem yourselves.   I apologize. We’ll be posting Write2Ignite! 2015 […]

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Protected: Calendar for guest posts 2015

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Affirmation by the Numbers

Affirmation by the Numbers

I was never much of a numbers person. Words are more my thing. Lots and lots of words, if you ask my husband! Numbers…not so much. It’s one of the reasons I love to write. To be able to communicate using myriad combinations of a mere twenty-six letters is nothing short of amazing. Still, my […]

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When God Turned on the Light by Allia Zobel Nolan

When God Turned on the Light by Allia Zobel Nolan

I was given a copy of Allia Zobel Nolan’s book When God Turned on the Light to review; and the more I read it, the more I like it. Not only do I see it as a wonderful book for children, but it inspires me as a glowing example of how to write about the Bible in a delightfully […]

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