Fellowship of Christian Writers
7 p.m. Tues. Feb. 14, 2017
Why Do We Write?
What Does Love Have to Do With it Anyway?
Renew your love for writing
during an interactive meeting with other writers.
According to Wikipedia, the first evidence of written language was around 3200 BC in Mesopotamia. Previous written communication was in the form of pictures or symbols. Much of the older communications were a bit sketchy (pun intended).
Regardless of when writing began, who invented it, I believe we can all agree writing is a valuable resource. No doubt writing as a form of communication has changed the world and will continue to do so. If the integrity of the writing is to be trusted, written words are much more accurate than stories told by word of mouth and passed down through generations. Storytellers often embellish the truth for the sake of entertainment, or possibly to hide true facts.
Whether storytellers or writers, we have an obligation to accurately communicate the truth. It doesn’t matter if we write for fun, to teach, or to share God’s truths with the world, it should come from our heart. It should not be a chore, something we rush through, but something we love.
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We are now in Facebook with four groups. The first is for FCW paid members:
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)