Posts Tagged "spirituality"

My Inner Studio by Melinda Priebe

My Inner Studio by Melinda Priebe

By on Oct 20, 2017 in Blog | 3 comments

My ideas for books and art originate from a place I simply call my inner studio. It’s located in between where my soul and spirit intertwine. The first thing you’d see in my studio are the brilliant stain glass windows. The remarkable pieces of glass tell the story of how the Master Carpenter, Creativity and Imagination restored my studio after a traumatic...

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You’re Enough by Catie Cordero

You’re Enough by Catie Cordero

By on Oct 16, 2017 in Blog | 12 comments

Write because you love it. Write because it replenishes you. Write because as your fingers hit the keys you hear God speak. Write because it heals your weary soul. Write because it brings you joy. Write because by golly, it’s fun. These are good reasons to write. Reasons that are NOT good: To define your worth. To get noticed. To make others like you. To feel...

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Still Wondering by Linda Willen

Still Wondering by Linda Willen

By on Jul 31, 2017 in Blog | 2 comments

Dancing across my eyes one day were these little blobs of green and black, mixed with lines that curly cued like baby snakes.  Panicked, I contacted my eye doctor because there was clearly something very wrong with my eyes.   As he examined my eyes and ask hundreds of questions, my mind wandered, sometimes in impatient fear and sometimes in the realm of confusion....

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The Rainbow Connection By Maureen VandeBrake

The Rainbow Connection By Maureen VandeBrake

By on Jul 19, 2017 in Blog | 6 comments

This year’s conference theme is Connect to Create. We love to hear stories of how connection inspires/enables/spurs writers on to share their story. Today Maureen shares a bit of her story. Are you coming to Breathe in October? We’d love to hear about how connection keeps you writing. Click HERE for submission guidelines. ~*~ There is a special little...

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Fists Unclenched by Lisa Van Engen

Fists Unclenched by Lisa Van Engen

By on Jun 14, 2017 in Blog | 1 comment

When we clench our fists, we live small. I so often in writing hold tight to my uncertainty. The early rejections were so difficult to bounce back from. Blogging was so public. Social media was overwhelming. I never felt good enough to collaborate. Publication felt utterly elusive. Comparison inched into my thoughts. As a writer, if I could even call myself that, I...

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