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August Highlights - Boating, Swords, and Personality Types

Greetings, my fellow Pilgrims. It seems forever since I’ve given you a ‘life update’ even though it’s only been a month. But I know you’re all so eager to hear about what I’ve been doing so I’ll just preface this by saying this month has been completely insane. 1,007 more words

A Writer's Life

Minipoems plant little seeds

A quick look at a day’s headlines reminds us how fragile life is – and how fragile the earth! As Christian poets and writers, many of us can’t help but think about our loved ones who don’t know the Lord or who have fallen away. 138 more words

Poetry

The Purpose of Pain

A few years ago I decided to take up running.

Now, I should preface this with the fact that I despise all exercise. It is simply a necessary evil which I begrudgingly comply with for the sake of heart health and my skinny jeans. 737 more words

One Faith

New Fantasy Times: Damsels in Defiance

Elena has taken it upon herself to write this article. Kirin’s hurried agreement may or may not have had something to do with the arrow she was twirling between her fingers as she made the request. 1,117 more words

Writer's Corner

When You Wonder if the Wounds Will Heal

I know that God is authoring my story, but oh, these last few chapters …

Unexpected hurt, unanswered questions, and the pain of being misunderstood. God said there would be mountains and valleys on this journey and while I’ve often been eager for a detour—some quiet cavern to crawl into and hide—He promised to keep me safe if I would keep traveling forward in faith. 521 more words

One Faith

Developing Your Characters: Part 3 – The Dependence

There are three main questions, powerful, yet short, which an author should ask and answer for each of their characters. The first question is, what does your character want… 272 more words

Writer's Corner

Fidelyon: 'A' with Ethaniel

Ethaniel, the main character in my novel, Fidelyon, has taken it upon himself to introduce you to his world by going through an alphabet of terms and names. 378 more words

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