Issue 3 of Lost Pen Magazine: Repentance and Reconciliation

Today is a great day, one that has been long awaited! Today is the release Issue 3 of Lost Pen Magazine! Our theme is Repentance and Reconciliation and features inspired works bearing messages of hope and that inspire, encourage, and strengthen the spiritually hungry. Each piece was submitted by an everyday person like you and me who chose to do something extraordinary: use their gifts to bless others and glorify God.

I hope you will enjoy our new issue and will share it with others who would also enjoy and benefit from it. If you would like to contribute to our next Issue (or future issues) please visit our Submissions page.


Today only, a Facebook Event beginning at 11 a.m. EST has been set up to allow readers and supporters top share their thoughts and feedback, leave a message of encouragement to the contributors, as well as to find out more about Lost Pen Magazine. We’d love to see you there!

Share What Your Maker Gave You

Things at the Lost Pen Magazine are developing! Work on Issue 3 will soon begin, new collaborations are afoot (stay tuned for announcements in the next few weeks), and the Spotlight Blog is now OPEN TO SUBMISSIONS!

Christian Creatives have a purpose to fulfill, and if you are a writer, yours is connected to your Voice or Message. The Lost Pen Magazine Spotlight Blog wants to help you share that voice with the world.

Check out our submission requirements here. Have a question? Write us using the contact form below. 

We are the light of the world. Let’s take a step of faith and be the light the world needs us to be. 

Have a questions? Message us using the contact form below.


The Lost Pen Magazine Preps for Issue 3: You Can Help

Hey everyone! I hope you are all safe and healthy as we wait out this unprecedented quarantine. Things are tough and uncertain, but it’s in these moments that we must remain strong in the Lord and trust in His provision and care.

In the meantime, I am moving forward. The end of March is approaching, which means I am slowly starting to prepare myself for getting Issue 3 off the ground; I have submissions to read, decisions to make, and a layout to design. But, even though times are hard and sometimes discouraging, I wanted to let everyone know that the Lost Pen Magazine is still here and will continue to lift up the Lord and shine His light on His people. With that in mind, the following shares where I’m at and how you can help:

1) If you know anyone who has art or fiction they’d like to submit somewhere, please suggest LPM because we have space. Please send submissions here.

2) If you would like to help out somehow with the third issue, please let me know. Moving forward, it’d be nice to have a team of people around me that I can rely on. The task is quite big and it has the potential to grow.

3) I’d love feedback (good and bad) on the LAST 2 ISSUES, as well as info on what you’d like to see in upcoming issues. I intend to keep tweaking each issue until I find the right formula, but I need information and feedback to do that.

To contact me about points 2 or 3, or to ask questions, please contact me here.

So, things are moving forward. I ask for your continued prayers as I get this big machine off the ground for a third time. And, thank you, everyone, for your ongoing support and encouragement.


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

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