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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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Heart Change

He nervously paced the floor as he kept his eyes fixed on the ancient clock mounted on the wall. The fluorescent lights buzzed and flickered. The eerie hallway smelled like a rundown nursing home. Hank could feel sweat racing down his back. The men accompanying him sat calmly checking their cell phones, nonchalantly glancing at…

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Glimpsing God’s Grace

Trying to escape my blaring, busy day, I plop on the love-seat and barricade myself with pillows. Like an automatic reflex, my eyes close just as the back of my neck nestles against the back of the couch. The ding of my phone pierces the silence in the room. A twitch shivers down my spine. Straining my neck, I peek at the text. Its sender…

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Nonfiction

Kids Born into Poverty—what to tell your children

Tucking her daughter into bed at night, Megan reminded Emma that we’re blessed to live in the United States where there is plenty of good food to eat and clean drinking water. She said some poorer countries don’t have these basic needs. Her 7-year old daughter then wonders why those poor people can’t move? Megan answered that…

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Waiting in Line

I had a dream last night about waiting in line at McDonald’s. I don’t remember much about it except, when I finally got to the counter, instead of receiving the soda I had ordered, I was given a less-than-half-filled cup of coffee. I didn’t realize this until I’d already walked away, so I had to wait in line all over again. While…

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Orange is the New Blessing

I had to wear orange. I like the color. It’s in my color wheel as a flattering wardrobe choice. An orange jail jumpsuit however was never a choice for me; it was a consequence for my bad choice. I made a mistake. Who doesn’t? I’m a sinner. We’re all sinners. The temptation to justify and explain is usually our default position.…

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Tobie

Here I was sitting at the computer desk, ready to read her letter, but I couldn’t take my eyes off from what I was seeing outside. I was looking thru the window in front of my desk at a magnificent site. My eyes were glued to it. It was just the sunrise. I had seen it a million times, but never like this. I could feel this sunrise in my body.…

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Nonfiction

Finding Justice & Strength in God’s Goodness

“He has shown you, oh mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly, and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” Micah 6:8 Dear Sister, the one who knows Jesus as your Father. The one who brings Him your heart, your prayers, and your desires. As the world turns and culture changes, so too, do the battles…

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Look Up

Amidst the messes and the meals, the loads of laundry and the countless cleanups I can lose track of life and the purpose and calling and meaning of it all. I have to remind myself of the God I serve. I have to be thoughtful and mindful of what I perceive as only ordinary moments, our God often sees as extraordinary. Our Almighty God is all…

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Fiction

The Guardian Rings

Gab, Bendle, and Petra were brothers. Their father had been missing over five years. Their mother refused to say what happened to him. But they’d discovered his most treasured book. And unbeknownst to them, sewn within the binding of that book were three ancient and powerful artifacts; relics of the divine touch on this world.…

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Lessons From The Table Of Life

LESSONS FROM THE TABLE OF LIFE Sharing God with those who are wondering LIFE LESSON He first touched our lives when He created us, whether we believe or not. Controversial Beginning Thirty-year-old Ida McGuire answered the loud, persistent knock on the door, to see her mother, two of her sisters, and a young niece standing on the…

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