Through books, writers can share wisdom and their life experiences with others. Judging from the following comments, Seasons in the Garden, by Sandra Fischer, is one of those books that does this successfully and in a manner that readers appreciate. About the Author: Sandra Fischer taught high school English and owned a Christian bookstore... Continue Reading →
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A few weeks ago, I had the chance to present the Christian Creative Nexus and my writing ministry to a local church. It was my first time doing this, and it was only with the support of my family that I got it done; my husband created those awesome banners (see above) through one of... Continue Reading →
So relatable! Thanks to Story Storming for posting this.
Have you ever noticed how we human beings are generally our most miserable when we’re focused on ourselves? My wants, my needs, my pains, my problems… For beings so dedicated to the pursuit of happiness, you’d think we might recognize the link between joy and self-forgetfulness…but no.
Plus: Easier said than done, right?
I recognize that my problems, when compared to others’, really aren’t so bad. Even so, whenever I dwell on my concerns, I can easily end up having a “Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.”
Or maybe it’s that the bad days encourage me to focus on myself (and my problems). Regardless, whether life’s circumstances force the issue—drawing my focus to the negative—or whether my downward-spiraling thoughts suction my day down the proverbial drain, I’ve come to believe that Self is at the root of all my problems.
Don’t believe me? Take a moment to think about it.
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Signs of Spring by Madison Wheatly I’ve lost him. At last. Jumping a fence, I was swallowed up by shadows of the towering timbers beyond my foster family’s backyard. Overhead, a nor’easter surged, dumping a good foot of snow over central Maine. It was the worst storm of the year, and I was running away,... Continue Reading →
Come as You Are By Grant P. Ferguson Imagine a vaccine that will protect you from anything that might disrupt your creative flow—the injection will strengthen every fiber of your creative being. If this vaccine existed, one that would cure self-doubt while eliminating the fear of failure, would you line up for the shot?... Continue Reading →
Introduction & A Word of Grace The forty-sixth chapter of Isaiah is all about false gods and idols. But before we dig in, I feel it’s important to extend a word of grace. This devotion wasn’t born from a “do it right, no excuses” mentality, but from my own desperate struggles in creating. You see,... Continue Reading →
Love Loves Me: A Testimony by Talisha Walton I confess, in all honesty, I’ve always had an intense desire in my heart to find true love. I wanted someone who’d truly love me—unconditioned. I coveted love from someone who’d accept me with all of my flaws, look pass all of the mistakes I’ve made,... Continue Reading →
Today we welcome mystery writer, Davyd Gosselin to the Christian Creative Nexus. Hi, Davyd. Can you begin by telling us a little about yourself? I was born in Sherbrooke, Quebec to an English mother and French-Canadian father. I grew up in the country which has always been a source of inspiration in my... Continue Reading →