2013 Faith & Culture Writers Conference Whirlwind and Rewind

  (Art on WORDS banner: www.martinfrench.com) (The wonderful leadership planning team who helped make the 2013 Faith & Culture Writers Conference happen: l-r: Ana Brors, Ashley Larkins, Kari Patterson, me, Bethany Jackson) I am just coming off of the 2013 Faith...

Interview on Blog Radio about this weekend’s Faith & Culture Writers Conference

I will be interviewed on Blog Talk Radio today April 1 by Maxine Marsolini at 2 p.m. about the  Faith & Culture Writers Conference on April 5-6 at Multnomah University. Here’s what they say about it on their website: Faith touching culture through multiple...

Eating, drinking and breathing Faith & Culture Writers Conference Planning

“I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the desert and streams in the wasteland.”~ Isaiah 43:19 I have been consumed with the planning of the next Faith & Culture Writers Conference the past month of my...

Faith & Culture Writers Conference returns in 2013 with fantastic lineup of speakers, authors, activists

We are BACK!! After our amazing 2011 first Faith & Culture Writers Conference at Western Seminary, we are back with the  2013 FAITH & CULTURE Writers Conference slated for Friday evening, April 5  and Saturday April 6 at Multnomah University. Our  speakers...

Multnomah students present Isaiah Project event March 14 to inform high schoolers of sex trafficking

Students from Multnomah University, where I teach,  are presenting the Isaiah Project  to bring the dark reality of human-trafficking to light. They are inviting area high school  youth groups to the Wednesday March 14 event, which is being held at 7 p.m. at Central...

Becoming faculty adviser for a university student publication is a dream come true

Several years ago I was at a Willamette Writers Summer Conference and I met David Kopp who was a speaker on Christian publishing at the event. Dave is an editor with Multnomah Publishers as well the past faculty adviser for the student newspaper at Multnomah...

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