Guest Blogger TABATHA SCHEFFLER of shares encouragement for the "Hopeful Writer" today! Tabs is part of our Good News Christian Writers Team. Learn all about her on our Faculty Bio page!
Tick, tock, tick, tock, tick, tock.
Coo-coo, coo-coo, coo-coo.
Another hour passes, and we were so busy that we didn’t have time to . . .
Does that sound familiar? It is one of the most discussed topics today. We are always saying things like, “Gosh, where did all the time go?” or “I wish I had more time to_____” especially when it comes to our writing. Yet each of us is given the same amount of time each day. What is the difference between a writer that is published and a Hopeful Writer?
In real estate sales for over 30 years, Sam Siligato is also active in his church, teaches Sunday school, and hopes to turn his lifelong desire to write into a more active ministry as he approaches the new season of retirement. He has been published in the Amy Writing Awards, War Cry, and Upper Room devotionals. In addition, his book So You Want to Be a Landlord was written from experience in rental investment. He resides with his wife Sherry and has three grown, married daughters with six grandchildren.
Are YOU ready to sail? And when he had finished speaking, he said to Simon, “Put out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch.” Luke 5:4 ESV
Betsy Caffrey has been writing since her elementary school years. She is a 60-year-old retiree and woman of faith who lives in Phoenix, Arizona. Her optimistic temperament and passion for poetry spill from her pen to fill journals with words of encouragement. She wrote I Will, Because I Am in April 2021.
I will write . . .
a thousand words,
in my new-found voice . . .
by Kathryn Ross
Got challenges? Don't we all. Life is filled with obstacles on the pathway to realizing our goals and purposes. How do you conquer them?
Well, for a quick fix, I look for something in my power wardrobe. When I wear clothes that fit well and look great on me, I feel empowered and confident. Power clothes shield me from people seeing me in my unvarnished weakness.
Like, the crippling insecurity that often comes from . . . well . . . for instance—heading to a writer’s conference to mingle with peer professionals . . .
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