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Writing for Life and Ministry

Writing for Life and Ministry

Don't let the craft of writing keep you from flourishing in your ministry.
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You Can Trust God to Write Your Story

You Can Trust God to Write Your Story

explores biblical and modern-day stories of God's providence at work and teaches you how to trust God more.
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8 Hours or Less

8 Hours or Less

Shows how to be as efficient as possible in sermon prep, while being no less faithful.
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The Captive Princess

The Captive Princess

Pocahontas befriends a group of English settlers and offers her life to save one of them.
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Freedom's Pen

Freedom's Pen

Tells the story of young Phillis Wheatley, the first African American to publish a book.
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Gems from Tozer

Gems from Tozer

A collection of quotes from one of modern Christianity's most brilliant wordsmiths.
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Discipleship

Discipleship

A collection of A. W. Tozer's best writings on discipleship
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Tracy Sumner

TRACY SUMNER is a graduate of the University of Oregon. He is an editor and writer, with a background in newspaper sports writing. Tracy is the writer of seven books, including Karsten's Way -The Remarkable Story of Karsten Solheim, three of which have been Gold Medallion finalists. Tracy currently resides in Portland, Oregon.

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Margaret D. Pagan

MARGARET PAGAN received an A.B. in English from Morgan State University and studied writing at Johns Hopkins University. Her first published work appeared in Essence magazine, and she continued to publish many freelance articles, for the most part, dealing with African American history and genealogy. After accepting Jesus Christ as her Savior she studied at Baltimore School of the Bible, and she began to desire to write on things that glorify Christ. After writing an entry on the life of Katherine Ferguson, a pioneer in the Sunday School movement, for a biographical encyclopedia, Margaret went on to write her first work of historical fiction, More Than a Slave: The Life of Katherine Ferguson. Margaret is the wife of Carl E. Pagan, pastor of Urban Bible Fellowship Church and resides in Baltimore, Maryland.

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John Trent

JOHN TRENT, Ph.D., is the President of StrongFamilies.com, a ministry committed to building strong relationships in these stressful times. Dr. Trent's main focus includes writing and speaking at retreats, conferences, business settings, churches, and seminars across the country. In addition to building family teams, Dr. Trent regularly speaks to corporate America on team building, recruiting and retaining outstanding employees. He has authored and co-authored more than a dozen books for both adults and children, including Love For All Seasons, The Language of Love, and The Blessing. In addition to writing books, Dr. Trent has written numerous articles for both professional and popular publications. He and his wife, Cynthia, live in Scottsdale, Arizona and have two adult daughters.

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Larry M Lake

DR. LARRY M. LAKE is the coauthor of Captain Edward Ulrich's Out There Beyond Beyond. Larry has written articles about literacy, education, mission, mental health, and aviation. Many of his interests have sprung from early immersion in missionary endeavor when his parents were missionaries in the Baliem Valley of West New Guinea from 1957-1965. His Ph.D., from the University of Pennsylvania, was based on field research of the cross-cultural teaching of writing in New Guinea. He taught in Christian high schools for ten years and retired from Messiah College after 31 years in which he taught literature, writing, and anthropology and was the director of the writing program. His book about American explorer Richard Archbold's 1938 discovery of the Baliem Valley is due out soon from a university publisher. Larry and his wife, Mary Beth, live in Chicago and have an adult son and daughter, and two granddaughters.

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Kelli Worrall

KELLI WORRALL is the Chair of the Music and Media Arts Division at Moody Bible Institute and has been teaching in the Communications Department since 1998. She studied Communications at Cedarville University and holds a Masters in Religious Education from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and a MFA in Creative Writing from Roosevelt University. Kelli is the co-author (with husband Peter) of 20 Things We'd Tell Our Twentysomething Selves and Pierced and Embraced: 7 Life-changing Encounters with the Love of Christ. Connect with Kelli and learn more about her speaking ministry at www.kelliworrall.com.

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Amanda Cleary Eastep

AMANDA CLEARY EASTEP is the senior developmental editor at Moody Publishers in Chicago and the author of the Tree Street Kids series. Her children's writing has been published in Ladybug and The Friend and in Sunday school curriculum. She is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), and she leads writing workshops at her local teen center. Follow her at amandaclearyeastep.com or on Instagram at book_leaves. To contact Amanda with questions or requests for school visits, email treestreetkidsbooks@gmail.com.

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Kyle Tennant

KYLE TENNANT is the Director of Student Ministries at the Village Church of Bartlett in Bartlett, IL. He is a graduate of the Moody Bible Institute and is currently pursuing an M.A. in Christian Formation and Ministry from Wheaton Graduate School. Kyle lives in Chicago's west suburbs, and enjoys reading, writing, preaching, eating, cooking, and good conversation.

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Lianna Davis

LIANNA DAVIS is a student of the Word with a B.A. in Ministry to Women from Moody Bible Institute. She and her husband, Tyler, reside outside of Dallas, Texas and have two dear daughters, one who lives in heaven and one who lives on earth. More of her writing can be found at www.liannabdavis.com.

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