A Chapter of Blessing

Call it a fellowship gathering, a support group, or a monthly injection of writing adrenaline, and you’d be right on the mark. The American Christian Fiction Writers Chapter that I am blessed to be a part of is all those things and more. Quite frankly, now that I’ve been a part of the South Central Kansas ACFW Chapter that meets in Wichita, Kansas, I can’t imagine my life as a writer without this group.

Last Thursday we went around the table and each writer spoke about the writing project that they were working on. I was blown away by the passion that was expressed by my fellow writers. They spoke openly about the joys and struggles that they faced. And I understood what they meant.

And on my hour-long drive home, I praised God for the group, and for the fact that He has entrusted us with the stewardship of story. We encourage each other along the journey.

If you are part of a writers group, I’d love to hear from you. I’d be thrilled to hear what you like the most…and about how important being a part of a group is to you.

And if you are a writer of Christian Fiction, and are interested in belonging to a group, ACFW has chapters all across the country. I promise you will not regret the time you spend with other writers. It may just take your writing to a higher level. And just as importantly, it could make you–the writer–a more fulfilled person too.

Fellowship has a way of doing that.

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Filed under Christian Fiction, Christian Growth, Christian Life, Writing

2 responses to “A Chapter of Blessing

  1. I would be interested in more information. I don’t know if you would call my writing “Christian fiction”. I am a Christian and I am now writing fiction. My aim in writing is to give glory to God in my writing, to encourage people to grow in faith. I deal with a lot of Biblical issues – sin, separation from God, redemption, salvation, abundant and eternal life. I would be interested in hearing if there is a group located near Indianapolis, Indiana.

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