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Faith Radio Writers Contest

The Faith Radio Writers Contest is open to all aspiring authors! We are now accepting submissions and votes! Winners will receive registration to the Northwestern Christian Writers Conference in St. Paul, MN and be guaranteed a one-on-one appointment with an acquisitions editor from Bethany House | Baker Publishing Group at the Conference.

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Nonfiction

Grandpa

Grandpa George Engler’s gnarled and withered hand laid hold of the smooth coolness of the much smaller one. Her hand, a miniature replica of her mothers, and dimpled above each finger, felt like fine spun glass between his crepey fingers, leathery and spotted from years spent laboring under the harsh Missouri sun. He reached…

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Fiction

The Lady in the Hospital Bed

The gnarled hand of a lady in a hospital bed gently touched the photograph of the young brown eyed girl. She slowly smiled as those same brown eyes filled with emotion. So many years ago. So much life lived. She looked down at herself as a child sandwiched in the middle with her siblings in front of a brick fireplace in their Christmas…

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Fiction

Never Truly Orphaned

“Allow me to assist you, Miss Rachel,” John Bruner placed his hands around her waist to lift her up into the wagon. Rachel was taller than most of the women of her acquaintance, a fact she could attribute to her Dutch ancestry. Yet it seemed hardly any effort for John to place her up in the seat. Being lifted by him gave her a momentary…

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Deliverance

There once was a little girl who wanted her very own place in the world. A child special and not so special all at the same time, wanting comfort and peace, both things hard to find. As she grew, she searched for her meaning and self worth to find even the tiniest trace of love and acceptance in places that should have had plenty of space…

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Nonfiction

Delivered & Radiant

Delivered & Radiant I had never met her, but somehow she got word about Robert. She was brave, this much I decided. Only a brave woman would deliver a homemade meal to a neighbor she never met after hearing their son was home dying. As she handed me the casserole dish, she looked me in the eyes and tilted her head, looking puzzled she…

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Nonfiction

Implicit Radiance

In the children’s book Charlotte’s Web, a spider tries to save the life of a pig named Wilbur by writing descriptive words about him in her web. One of the words she uses to describe the pig is “radiant” – which no one except for the devious rat Templeton seems to have a problem with. A radiant pig? Why not. The definition…

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Nonfiction

The Shepherds’ Response

With time on their hands, hunger in their bellies, and wind slicing through their cloaks, the shepherds hunker down for another night in the fields. A night like countless others. The sheep are quiet. They don’t know their future is ceremonial slaughter. What occupies the shepherds’ thoughts in the silent darkness? They try…

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Fiction

Deliverance

The pounding intensified as angry words penetrated the front door. Intended for a bedroom, it was finished with cheap veneer and boasted a widening space beneath. She kept a dishtowel there to resist the determined autumn draft. How strange to find her attention caught on the entryway in this moment. Slurred came the speech of the…

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Nonfiction

Radiance in the Fire

I wake up and watch my husband walk around the room getting ready for the day. He pulls the ventilator mask off my head, worms his arms under me, and sets me upright. He puts my socks and slippers on my feet, picks me up, and places me in my motorized wheelchair. I motor after him into the kitchen quietly, trying not to waken our three kids.…

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Our Warrior Safely Home

What follows is a sampling of how, over several difficult years while our oldest son was serving as an Army infantryman, my wife and I sought the Lord and he answered us, how he delivered us from our fears and made our faces to shine (Ps. 34:4-5). In body, our Sam is a native of Korea. In spirit, however, he has always been true-blue “born…

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