God’s My Anchor

Messing up stinks. Especially when you think you have nothing to fall back on. I had to learn that the hard way last year. It started in a cafeteria kitchen – I was working as a dishwasher at my college, Taylor University. Dishwashing doesn’t require much of thinking, so I was daydreaming, remembering a scene …

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Live Well, Write Well

As writers, we write best about what we know. We can write about anything, but when we write about things we haven’t really experienced or can’t fully relate to, they come off as hollow or inaccurate. For example, early in his career Steven Spielberg wrote and directed a movie called Close Encounters of the Third …

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