Lost Pen Magazine 4: Christ Alone

It’s finally here! Issue 4, our last downloadable version of Lost Pen Magazine, is now available.

Many thanks to everyone who contributed poems, art, stories, testimonies, and more, each piece focused on the only One who matters: Jesus Christ alone.

(For the best reading experience, we recommend downloading the PDF and opening the file in a PDF viewer).

Click HERE to download your free copy.

Click HERE to check out our past issues.


What’s Stopping You?

THE SUBMISSION PERIOD FOR ISSUE 3 RUNS UNTIL MARCH 31, 2020. THE THEME IS REPENTANCE AND RECONCILIATION: “Come near to God, and He will come near to you . . .” inspired by James 4:8.

What’s stopping you from taking a chance and submitting your work, sharing your life experience, or testimony of grace?

People grow by reading and experiencing the trials and victories of others; we feel connected, understood, and encouraged. The Lost Pen Magazine serves to exhort and strengthen God’s children by providing a means to share and to receive these important and meaningful experiences.

So take a chance and see what God can do with your gifts. Draw near to Him in faith and be amazed at the results.

Check out our Home Page for details as well as to get free copies of our last 2 issues. We accept art, fiction, testimonies, devotionals, poetry, and more. Blessings! https://www.instagram.com/p/B95XLmTFbyf/?igshid=178so41c7c2l2

Getting Candid About the Lost Pen Magazine: Interview

My last Lost Pen Magazine interview before the big release day! Leah Lindeman chats me up about writing and editing, and we get into the nitty gritty this time: how I started writing; about my fears, worries, and challenges; what I hope to accomplish and why; what I hope people gain from the magazine; how I started the magazine and who helps out, are some of the topics discussed.

Out of the interviews I’ve done recently, I think this is the most candid one yet. Leah wanted it to feel like we were chatting over coffee, and I think we achieved that. Enjoy and be blessed!

Reminder: Submissions are Open!

Submissions are open!

Hi everyone! I just want to remind you that submissions to the Lost Pen Magazine are open until September 15.

If you’re looking for a place to submit your creative or editorial work, please contact me. The theme this time around is Beauty for Ashes, inspired by Isa. 61:3.

For more details, visit https://deliatalent.wordpress.com/lost-pen-magazine/.

Press Release for Lost Pen Magazine

Well, everyone, the day is finally upon us. At long last2 months later than anticipated but right on God’s time-linethe Lost Pen Magazine will see the light of day. See below for details. 



Contact: Dyane Forde, founder of Christian Creative Nexus and Focus Writing Services

Email: fwritingservices@gmail.com



Greater Montreal, June 3, 2019—The Christian Creative Nexus (CCN), an online support and promotional resource for Christian creatives, and Focus Writing Services (FWS), a freelance writing and editing service dedicated to enabling writers, businesses, and organizations to produce exceptional written content, are publishing their first digital Christian arts and fiction magazine, Lost Pen Magazine. The publication will be free and available on Issuu and Mailchimp (PDF version).

The CCN and FWS hold that God expects His people to excel at producing good work, as what His people create is a reflection of Him. Lost Pen Magazine originated from the need to take supporting and promoting Christian Creatives to a higher level than what was possible via a website, and a desire to produce a wide-reaching publication with a reputation for excellence—evidence that Christians are highly creative and capable of producing top-notch, quality written and visual work. Ultimately, Lost Pen Magazine hopes to build up and motivate local and global Christian creative communities while reaching non-believers for Christ.

For more information about Lost Pen Magazine, the Christian Creative Nexus, or Focus Writing Services, please contact founder and editor Dyane Forde at fwritingservices@gmail.com.


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