Fellowship of Christian Writers

7 p.m. Tues. March 14, 2017

SEASONS OF A WRITER’S LIFE:

 Finding Joy and Purpose in God’s Plan for Your Career    

If you are a writer who is just starting out, one who is stuck or on the brink of giving up, or one with years of literary experience, you are not alone. No matter where you are on the spectrum, “Seasons of a Writer’s Life” will be an evening of reflection, insight, and encouragement. 

Carla Stewart is the award-winning author of six novels. With a passion for times gone by, it is her desire to take readers back to that warm, familiar place in their hearts called “home.” She launched her writing career in 2002 when she earned the coveted honor of attending the Guidepost’s Writers Workshop in Rye, New York. Since then she’s had numerous magazine and anthology articles published. Carla has been an Oklahoma Book Award finalist six times and was the 2011 trophy winner of the Oklahoma Writers Federation Inc. “Best Book of Fiction”. A native Oklahoman and OU graduate, Carla now lives and writes in Tulsa. Learn more about Carla at www.carlastewart.com 

     Kirk of the Hills Church

4102 E 61st St, Tulsa, OK 74136

Follow signs from the elevator to find us.


     For more information, email Martha Curtis at

marthajcurtis@yahoo.com

               

We are now in Facebook with four groups. The first is for FCW paid members:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/fcwpaidmembers/

The Social Group is for all members: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fcwmembers/

The FCW group for all writers is here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fcwforall/

And last but not least, the FCW members support group, for prayer and encouragement: https://www.facebook.com/groups/fcwsupport/

The Lord announced the word, and great was the company of those who proclaimed it. Psalm 68:11 (NIV)

 
                                                   
 

 

 

 

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