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Faith Radio Writer's Contest

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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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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Fiction

Whispers and a Spotlight

Whispers fill the void between my constant thoughts. Thoughts of what brought me here or thoughts of where to go. I don’t know, all I know is that I have forgotten my line and this time it will not come back to the foremost dimensions of my mind. Why does this always happen? I get to a place where I’m comfortable then every inch beyond my…

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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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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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Better is One With Self Control Than One Who Takes a City

Captain John White shivered in the early spring wind. He had seen the size of the Lakota village and he knew he could not defeat it with so few men. Ninety-nine lives were in his hands. More, in fact, for his men could take lives too. The weight of the responsibility was enormous. Turning his horse away from the others, the captain bowed…

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Awakening

“I’m tellin’ you, Bob: it was a miracle.” I nodded and sipped my coffee. “Yeah, okay. Sure.” “No, not ‘okay, sure.’ This was a miracle, man! Like a legit, real God thing.” “Yeah. I’m sure it was. I’m happy for you, Luther.” “Oh, brother.” He jumped up and paced away from me. He startled a few tables and almost tripped a waitress. I couldn…

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Fear and Deliverance

“…[The LORD] delivered me from all my fears…” (Psalm 34:4). Fear. It tries to rob us of all the joy, beauty, love in life. Fear is nothing but an ugly, nasty thief. But once you face your biggest fears in the eye, they no longer have control over you, no longer have a grip on you, hold you down. October 2nd, 2016. Started like…

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Confessional Seeking

My life is nothing like David’s. He led an army. I’m raising an 11 year old boy and 14 year old girl. He had a lot of wives. I have a husband. David was chased by a jealous king- I have been a free Christian all my life. I have taken a mostly shame free life for granted. But so often, I forget God’s promises. I don’t apply the words of the Bible…

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Surrendered…

God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference. Living one day at a time enjoying one moment at a time accepting hardships as the pathway to peace taking as Jesus did this sinful world as it is not as I would have it trusting that he will make all things…

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I Found God in My Fridge

I found God in my fridge one day. A great big God in a kitchen appliance. Broken, crying, I called out to him. I wanted to know where he was, why I still hurt. Why I still waited for answers. Why I couldn’t feel him near. But there he was, in the fridge, in the form of a rainbow shining across the meat drawer, while my 3-year-old asked for lunch.…

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