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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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Fiction

The Spirit for Mae

Mae had overslept. A small panic hit her heart, picked up rapid pace, flowed through her chest, rose-up to her throat and caused the muscles in her body to spring into an upright position. She was late again, which meant the switch. As Mae pulled back the curtain from the cart where they slept, the cool dew of the morning was cleansing…

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Face Down

“I don’t get it! ‘Today’? That’s my word, Lord? What does ‘Today’ even mean?” While at a women’s conference a few years ago, we prayed and asked God if there was one word He would give as a personal encouragement. I wrote my word on a rock as instructed and placed it on my desk. The hubs and I had just watched the movie “Luthe…

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Carpenter Ants, exterminated by applying God’s Word

Carpenter Ants Exterminated by Applying God’s Word It was a blustery bone chilling damp day; not at all surprising for March in Minnesota when spring flirts with winter in a rendezvous of rain drops amidst swirling snowflakes. My faithful friend Corine, partner in crazy adventures for over five decades now, reminded me that she…

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Nonfiction

Obedience First

Obedience First “I sought the Lord, and he answered me; he delivered me from all my fears. Those who look to him are radiant; their faces are never covered with shame.” Psalm‬ ‭34:4-5‬ ‭NIV‬‬ The early morning hours of February 15, 2018 brought the awe and wonder of the Lord right into my dimly lit living room. I sat trembling…

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Teutonicus

Marcus Lucius Decius ran the whetstone methodically over the gladius, rolling his eyes as he heard the dreaded returning voice of Scipio. “No, you’ll see,” his friend was saying, “he’s here in our very own barracks.” Marcus looked up to see Scipio, wineskin in hand, followed by a couple legionnaires he’d never met. The soldiers…

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A Mother’s Love is 727

As Mother’s Day approaches many will celebrate with the children in their lives, the sweet homemade pictures to hang on the fridge, the neighbor’s flowerbeds that may become much lighter from that sneaky little toddler bringing in a fresh bouquet to which only a mother can understand the innocence behind such an act. Now imagine…

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The Urgent Task

Olivia gripped the steering wheel. A slow, steady cloud of moisture swirled from between her lips as she watched the snow sifting like powdered sugar from the sky. It would be the first time she drove since the accident…but she had to go. Thankful her dad always backed in, she shifted the car into drive and inched out of the garage.…

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Lost

Just look at this! I have the place all to myself. No one crowding me or rushing me. I have the whole night to eat when and where I want, and to rest when and where I want. No pressure to conform and no one to boss me around. And I don’t think there’s much chance they will catch me. I know how it goes. It’s always hard to keep…

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Look at the Light

Once upon a time, in the kitchen, there was a girl named Abigail Rose, who had to wash the dishes. This Abi Rose was a teenager, still she didn’t mind doing the dishes, at least not on T-days after supper. However, she worked too meticulously, which drove Mom berserk, quietly so. “Abigail,” Mom would say, “it’s your job and I will leave…

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The Traveler

All of my Life I knew the lord. When I was young I sought him. Later I walked my own path, a path that seemed right to me. My path was easy street I was never lost or so it seemed. One day I fell into a pit. The pit was deep and slope was very slick making it impossible to get out. Soon the pit felt like home. Later I remembered the lord. At that moment…

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