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Legit Writing Contests 2022

Legitimate writing contests for the summer of 2022. Contests open doors, get you noticed.

HOW TO CHOOSE A CHURCH – PART 2

Don’t fall for the common propaganda that all Christians are racist, homophobic, or ablest. It isn’t true. Pray for guidance, do your homework, practice patience, and you can find a group of believers that welcomes you as Jesus welcomes you—unconditionally.

How to Choose a Church – Part 1

It’s almost Easter, and you may be looking for a church to visit for the holiday. With so many churches in the US, and so much publicity highlighting…ahem…”unacceptable behavior” going on in some churches, choosing a church to fulfill this beloved Easter tradition can… Continue Reading “How to Choose a Church – Part 1”

How Charlie Chaplin can Improve Your Writing

Watch any silent movies lately? If you’re a writer, you should. Using extremely limited narration and dialogue, silent films communicate story, motivations, and emotions. The defined visuals, expressions, action, and reactions show the audience only the essentials of the story. And no one did it more brilliantly than Charlie Chaplin….

Hidden Passive Verbs

There is a simple way to tell if a verb is passive or active: Find the subject of your sentence. Does the subject do the action of the verb? If so, the verb and the sentence is active. But if the subject receives the action, the verb and sentence is passive.
Easy-peasy lemon squeezy!

Light Shines in the Darkness

I’m awestruck to think that the Light of the World, the Creator of the ends of the Earth, willingly gave up his position in heaven and confined himself to the darkness of the womb for nine months.

Create and Share for Inktober

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I just found out about this cool thing #inktober2018 and I knew you all would appreciate it. The gist is this: Every day in October (or every other day, or every fifth day), you draw something in ink. It can be simple or elaborate. You can take a long time or a short time. The point is to draw something. Create.

Top 10 Myths About Hanukkah

Originally posted on Kathryn A. Frazier:
My youngest daughter, Angie As a Christian who celebrates Hanukkah, I’m used to the raised eyebrows and careless remarks that come from misunderstanding. ? So, to head off a few of them, here are the Top Ten False, Incorrect, Not True,…

NOT Jewish Christmas: Why we celebrate Hanukkah

Originally posted on Kathryn A. Frazier:
Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons “But that’s your Christmas,” my neighbor insisted, after I explained to her that the menorah on the table was for Hanukkah. “No,” I said. “It’s not. It’s Hanukkah.” “Right. Your Christmas.” She smiled…

Winging It for St. Patrick’s Day

It’s been a rough week for the Frazier fam, y’all. Between my kids, my husband, and me, we’ve visited the ER twice, endured lots of pain, and downed plenty of medicines. Sheesh! When it rains, it pours. I’m looking forward to the day when… Continue Reading “Winging It for St. Patrick’s Day”

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A personal blog by John Parsons, author of the Hebrew for Christians web site.

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