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Truth  Here’s a Bible verse about truth:  “And a host will be given over to it together with the regular burnt offering because of transgression, and it will throw truth to the ground, and it will act and prosper.” — Daniel 8:12 This verse means truth is thrown to the ground, that is, disregarded; the …

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Truth, Creating, And Writing Writing Life   This week, I explained to my young son why I like working for myself vs. having a steady job. On the one hand, a steady job with a steady paycheck, steady hours, and steady benefits sounds nice. But writing….   The thing about writing is that if you …

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Reader First, Last, And Always.   One of my favorite writers about writing, AJ Harper, teaches “reader first, last, and always.”    This is what I mean by being a “reader-centric” writer. It means you value your readers and you write to create value for them.    When I work with clients as a ghostwriter …

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Tertius The Co-Writer I’ve been listening to the Bible in the mornings on this YouTube channel. It’s awful and cheesy. I love it.    I love it because it holds my attention and I tend to remember everything and not lose focus, which is a problem with most audio bibles I’ve consumed. I also sort …

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The Word Made Flesh   When Jesus’ disciple and friend John decided to be a writer for God, he started his account this way:    “In the beginning was the Word…”    He went on to show that he was talking about his dear friend and Savior, Jesus. He said in John 1:14, “And the …

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WHY YOU MIGHT NOT GROW AS A WRITER By Jeff B Miller   I skied for three days last week in Colorado. I was excited to do this, because when I was 18 I skied three days in Colorado and grew exponentially in my ability. That was 33 years ago, and since then, I have …

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Anatomy of a Christian Self-Help Book    Hannah Lee Kidder at Self-publishingschool.com has done a thorough job explaining how to write a self-help book. The fact of the matter is writing a Christian self-help book is not much different. I don’t intend to be as thorough as Kidder, so her article is worth your time, …

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How To Love Life As A Christian (Writer)   I Love Life   I can’t help it. I love life. My (beautiful) wife tells me I was born with the theme song: “Always Look On the Bright Side of Life.”    Saturday was my 50th birthday and I told someone that I hoped to live …

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 Want to see the coolest Bible verse for Christian Writers? Here it is:    1 I will take my stand at my watchpost     and station myself on the tower, and look out to see what he will say to me,     and what I will answer concerning my complaint. 2 And the …

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by Jeff Miller, Owner and Principle Writer   Years ago the church I was pastoring leased a building and undertook a large renovation project that involved hiring an interior designer to help with a plan for cosmetics. She designed colors and textures for the spaces based on some preliminary questions we answered about our culture …

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