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12 Ways to Develop a Love for Prayer by Steph Beth Nickel

12 Ways to Develop a Love for Prayer by Steph Beth Nickel

Some of my brothers and sisters in Christ spend a great deal of time in prayer. They love to dwell in the Lord’s presence. They faithfully bring their requests before Him—and the requests of others. When they say, “I’ll be praying for you,” you can count on them to do so. And then there are (more…) →

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Mrs. K’s Rules of Comedy by Tracy Krauss

Mrs. K’s Rules of Comedy by Tracy Krauss

Break the Tension Humour goes a long way in writing and in life. There is nothing like it to break tension and make people feel comfortable. However, we’ve probably all been witness to a joke gone bad. Either the punch line wasn’t delivered correctly, the timing was wrong, or it was inappropriate for the setting. (more…) →

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Do Not Despise the Day of Small Beginnings by Jack Popjes

Do Not Despise the Day of Small Beginnings by Jack Popjes

  Hearing that my wife and I had translated much of the Bible into a Brazilian indigenous language, a man asked me, “What was the first thing you translated?” He was astonished when I answered, “The story of the gingerbread man.” (more…) →

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Emphasis, Only When Necessary – Carolyn R. Wilker

Emphasis, Only When Necessary – Carolyn R. Wilker

There was once a writer who emphasized so many words in his text that it felt as though he was screaming at readers. His message was full of capital letters, underlines and italics, and so nothing important stood out, not even the writing. I closed the book and put it away, but I didn’t throw (more…) →

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I Don’t Believe in Writing — Pam Mytroen

I Don’t Believe in Writing — Pam Mytroen

I have always felt a little uncomfortable about calling myself a writer, partly because I don’t write full-time, but more because I felt the title constricted me. Calling myself a writer was a betrayal to my deeper calling.  I am so much more than a writer. And so are you. I write, but I am (more…) →

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Touch, The Intimate Sense: Part 3 of Writing with Sensory Details – Sandi Somers

Touch, The Intimate Sense: Part 3 of Writing with Sensory Details – Sandi Somers

Blind and deaf, Helen Keller developed a very refined sense of touch, even able to know that a person was approaching as she felt vibrations on the floor. She learned to “see” people and discern their character through touching different parts of the face. Helen learned to understand speech through feeling the vibrations on a (more…) →

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