#10: Make your writing a celebration of God’s love, not an attempt to earn it.
#9: Stay amazed by the creative process in which God has allowed you to take part.
#8: Realize that writing is a privilege not to be taken lightly.
#7: Be diligent to keep yourself humble & teachable.
#6: Approach writing as a ministry instead of a hobby.
#5: Recognize the responsiblity that comes with being a “steward of story” who is entrusted with the power of words.
#4: Take time to be a blessing to other writers.
#3: Embrace contentment while pursuing excellence.
#2: See Writing as an act of worship.
#1: Know that, as a Christian Writer, you are involved in spiritual warfare. Believe YOUR writing can be a powerful weapon against the forces of darkness, a source of comfort and healing to the wounded, a line of encouragement and strength to other Christian soldiers, and can bring hope and victory to those who need to be freed from the power of the evil one.