Tag Archives: Faith

DROWNING MAN

I just dug out some favorite music and came across these golden words:

“You don’t ask a drowning man if he wants to be saved when you know he’s sinking down—down beneath the crashing waves. Continue reading

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FAITH IN WRITING

Personal faith is a primal motivator in a person’s life and inseparable from who a writer is.  A Christian is charged to share the Good News.  If those beliefs don’t show up in a 90,000 word novel, then something important is missing.   The author isn’t writing from the gut, not expressing his real self—in a sense, hiding from the reader. Continue reading

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A CHILD’S INFLUENCE

A twelve year old boy and his father share a long commute every afternoon.  Doesn’t that sound like a recipe for quality time between a father and his gifted and precocious son?  Maybe, maybe not.  Continue reading

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