Author Archives: Teena Myers
Teena Myers, Chairman of Southern Christian Writers, addresses the Women’s Ministy at Christian Fellowship Church about the man Jacob wrestled with who stunted his spiritual growth proving it was neither an angel nor God.
I walked through the church door at 11:30 a.m., the announced time for the monthly ministers meeting. Tin plates of pork, chicken, and brisket lay next to several bags of buns, plastic canisters of potato salad and beans. I was … Continue reading
Ingrid Adams, author of twelve poetry books and Southern Christian Writers Board Member At Large, kicks off the SCW Poetry Fellowship with a message on writing and publishing poetry.
I’m reading a story, I’ve read a thousand times, in fact, I wrote a book on this subject. This time I see it. Why didn’t I see it before? Too immature? Too preoccupied with me? Maybe passing the half-century mark … Continue reading
There must be a reason for all the suffering in the world, and I reasoned that the reason is hidden in Job. Something caught my eye in Job Chapter 1 that made me pause and wonder. Satan put on his … Continue reading