Rebecca Alonzo, the author of The Devil in Pew Number Seven, speaks at The Southern Christian Writers Guild.
I sat across the table from Leroy and Kathy eating my salad. “There is something wrong with the way the institutional church conducts its business,” said Leroy, a former pastor … Continue reading
My son’s life consisted of college, work and little else, so I began praying that God would give him a wife. Falling in love would strengthen his incentive to do … Continue reading
Every Monday night for five years I attended a secular writer’s critique group. I wanted to attend a Christian group. If one existed in the New Orleans area they were … Continue reading
A question and answer session with Erica Spindler, an international bestselling author, about writing, agents, publishing and her self-published series The Lightkeepers.
Failure is a difficult thing to live with. For most of my Christian life, which encompasses all of my life except the first fifteen years, I have obsessed over the … Continue reading