Recent Posts: Southern Christian Writers
Doors opened for employment opportunities that appeared to move Sam toward his goal of owning a successful business. Inevitably the jobs turned sour. He found himself surrounded by co-workers who seem satisfied. But he could not shake the growing conviction that he was not where he belonged. Throughout his early twenties Sam spent much time […]
Successful freelance writer Mimi Greenwood Knight gives advice on writing for magazines to the Southern Christian Writers Guild. Mimi has authored magazine articles for national parenting magazines, such as Parents, Working Mother and American Baby. She has in 49 anthologies, including 29 stories in Chicken Soup for the Soul.
Observations as I follow God through the Chronological Bible. Genesis 6:1- 7 Once God determined to start over, I see him doing what the prophet Amos later stated is a characteristic of God: “Surely the sovereign Lord does nothing without revealing his plan to his servants the prophets.”i Is someone with the power to create and destroy planets obligated to give lesser beings an explanation for his actions? Yet God […]
Sam entered high school eager to find acceptance. He had never been popular in school, but his friends were, and they all had girlfriends. Even the thought of a girlfriend seemed light years away. He had little hope of fitting in. In a quest to belong he spent Friday nights with friends drinking contraband liquor […]
Bruce Barbour, one of the world’s most notable names in Christian publishing, talks about the Christian publishing industry with attendees of the Southern Christian Writer’s Conference, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.