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When is Writing Tight, too Tight?
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February 1, 10 AM - noon
Cornerstone Christian Church, Wyckoff
In the Barn (2nd building on the right)
We've had "write tight" hammered into our brains since we penned our first essay,
but is it possible to write too tight? Come and share your thoughts.
Guests are welcome, whether you're a novice or a seasoned writer.
Critiquing is available for members - please adhere to the guidelines on our website.
Hope to see you Saturday,
January's Focus Point:
· Do not fret – Don’t accept angst as a normal part of your life.
· Trust in the Lord – Does He have a purpose for your writing?
· Do good – Focus on doing the next good thing.
· Dwell in the land – Live in the present place God has you.
· Enjoy safe pasture – He has provided for you.
· Delight yourself in the Lord – Simply enjoy Him.
· Commit your way to the Lord – Give it to God—your article, your book, your outline…
· Again, trust in Him – Can we say this too often?
· Be still – Rest, quiet your heart.
· Wait patiently – But wait with expectation!
· And again, do not fret – Back to where we started
As much as I push us to actively work on our writing, I also regularly remind us that our writing is God’s idea, His gift, and we must let Him have His way. The goals we will share today are good ideas. We need to ascertain if they are God’s ideas and His timing. Then we can move forward with trust and not fret.
Take-home thought: Ephesians 2:10 “…we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” Trust Him.