Redbud Writers Guild is an international community of Christian women who envision a vibrant and diverse movement of women who create in community and who influence culture and faith. Redbud members strive to change the world with words as we foster a safe sisterhood of creatives who thrive in a non-competitive, supportive community.
An aspiring author, find her writings and poetry at www.mightyrighthand.com.Twitter friends welcome @maryanderson312, engagements at email@example.com
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After twelve years in part- and full-time ministry, she pursued and received a Master of Divinity (’02), focusing on biblical studies, gender studies, and homiletics. Nearing graduation, she sensed the Lord leading her to write a book helping women discern really tough life issues by going beyond emotion and/or hearsay to pursuing biblical and theological reliability in their decision-making about their beliefs.
To this end, she pursued and obtained Doctor of Ministry (’05) from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (S. Hamilton, MA) in the "Effective Ministries to Women" track. Continuing to follow the Lord’s leading to write, it became clear her inaugural book would make her seminary education and training beneficial to and for women who may never go to seminary themselves, but who would love to if they could.
Her first book is "Women, Leadership, and the Bible: How Do I Know What to Believe? A Practical Guide to Biblical Interpretation" (or WLB, for short – Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2014). To support women reading and working through WLB, Natalie developed "Biblical Breakthrough!" – an online course coaching women through the material in WLB (www.BiblicalBreakthrough.com).
In 2015, she founded The Verity Initiative LLC (TVI) to incorporate the various outreach courses and programs she has and will continue to develop. Under TVI, in 2015 she launched "YOUR Biblical Breakthrough!" (www.Your.BiblicalBreakthrough.com), an online telesummit for women providing four to five brief training sessions in Best Practices in Bible Study and Interpretation.
Besides producing WLB, BB, and YBB, Natalie has other fascinating accolades that will make her your next scintillating guest speaker or interviewee, including surviving birthing three children, and twelve New England and five Ohio winters. 🙂 She is also life partner to her husband, David, who often helps her stay (or get) focused.
Natalie is uniquely positioned to provide a stimulating interview for your podcast or blog, discussion for your webinar, lesson for your college or seminary class, or retreat custom-designed for your group.
Find information on WLB, her blog, and links to her outreach programs at www.NatalieEastman.com.
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My writing is a mix of stories, personal essays, memoir, poetry, reflections, and meditations,some of which have now been published in Country Magazine by Reiman Publications/Readers Digest, in addition to regular medical opinion essays onKevinMD.com and as a guest writer for Her.menuetics.I have a published essay in an anthology called The Jane Effect: Celebrating Jane Goodall, to be released February 2015, recounting my first meeting with Jane.
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passionate follower of Jesus Christ. She is the author of two poetry books, Which Church Am I? and 365 Christ Centered Contemplative Poems: Exalting Jesus Christ Name Above All Names available on Amazon and Barnes and Nobles as an e-book and as a paperback .She has been featured on various blogs such as Life Letter Café as a regular contributor and featured in Southern Writers Magazine several times. She is a member of Redbud Writers Guild, Author’s Guild, and a member of the American Academy of Poets.Her passion is to further the kingdom of Jesus Christ through Christian poetry.Please drop by and follow her on Twitter @debbieharris1 or join her on her daily blog.
Stop and visit her virtual home at http://julieholly.com/, https://www.facebook.com/peacequility or @peacequility.
For daily inspiration head to Instagram and follow @peacequility1
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Heather has three children adopted from Russia, all with multiple, invisible, permanent disabilities stemming from prenatal exposure to alcohol. She is working on a memoir about her mother/daughter faith journey through Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, Depression, and Bipolar Disorder. Heather’s essay about learning to ride horses at age 44 is included in Leslie Leyland Field’s The Wonder Years. She has published devotional pieces for The Seed Company.
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Richella Parham is a wife, mom, author, and speaker. She is a Ministry Team and Board member of Renovaré, a ministry that advocates, resources, and models Christian spiritual formation. The author of A Spiritual Formation Primer, Richella writes and speaks about the with-God life, sharing the ways her own journey has been shaped by experiences of suffering as well as joy. Richella and her husband Jack have been married for 30 years and have reared three wild and crazy boys into wonderful young men. Her blog, Imparting Grace, is a celebration of a life filled with the grace of God and the process of creating a home that reflects God’s grace. Connect with her also on Twitter: @richellaparham; Pinterest: Richella Parham; and Instagram: @richellaparham.
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She now invests her time telling stories that change stories with Orphan Outreach, a global ministry dedicated to serving orphans and vulnerable children in Latin America, Russia, Europe, Asia, and Africa.
Ronne also loves to share personal stories about life, love, leadership, and a little #kitchentherapy. Her words are published in Everbloom: Stories of Deeply Rooted and Transformed Lives and For You, Love: The Prayer Journal that Invites You to Respond. She is currently penning a book about the leadership principles of women who believe restoration is a reality on earth as it is in heaven.
When she’s not working in developing countries, you’ll find Ronne in the Texas Hill Country with her husband, Brad, and rescue mutt, Princess Wilhelmina Pearl. Their son and his family live in Arizona, which she has deemed is far too far away. Connect with her on Facebook or Instagram. You'll always find her at @RonneRock.
Afton graduated from Wheaton College with a degree in literature as well as a teaching certificate in secondary education. She and her husband John are the parents of two adult children.
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I live in Keller, TX with my husband and three children. They are my greatest fans and encourage me to live life to the fullest.
Convinced that God is with us and for us, in the person of Jesus, Margot inspires audiences to live love in the world. Learn more about Margot’s literary consulting at wordmelon.com, or connect at MargotStarbuck.com or on facebook.
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She says, "I'm a full-time wife of my husband of 33 years, an empty nest mom of four young adults who thankfully visit often, and the constant companion of our 3-year-old golden-doodle, Rosie the wonder-dog.”
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She writes to help people create space to listen to God, learn from others, and lead lives that love at NicoleTWalters.com. She has authored essays in several books including Redbud's own Everbloom. Her writing has appeared in places like CT Women, Relevant, Red Letter Christians, and (in)courage. She is a regular contributor at SheLoves Magazine, The Mudroom, and Ready Publication. You can follow Nicole on Twitter and Facebook..
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