Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Susan King from the Upper Room sharing Power Point on Devotion Writing

While skyping into Wordsowers Christian Writers Conference in April, Susan King is in California teaching on location at another conference. She is also directing a writer’s conference this year. She’s a busy woman and shares a great workshop with all her students.

You want to listen with both ears when you attend Susan’s workshop. She crams a three hour course in fifty minutes.

Susan has been with The Upper Room magazine for 20 years.  She has also taught English at Lipscomb University (Nashville, TN) for 20 years and functions as a seminar facilitator in leadership and group dynamics. 

Formerly she taught English and feature-writing classes at Biola University and Abilene Christian University, served as book editor and radio-program producer/on-air talent for The Institute of Scriptural Psychology, and wrote magazine features as a freelance writer.

The Upper Room®  is a global ministry designed to support Christians seeking to
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know God more fully. It’s a small book that fits in a pocket or purse. You’ll find this devotional in more waiting rooms than most Christian devotions.

Check out the writers guidelines and special emphasis months on the Upper Room Website. And Did You Know? If you are in need of prayer the Upper Room Living Prayer Center is a 7-day-a-week intercessory prayer ministry staffed by trained volunteers, call 1-800-251-2468 or visit The Living Prayer Center web site.   

You'll find more info about teens and children materials and the writers guidelines. Check them out. 

Kat: Pray for Susan while she skypes a Power Point presentation into Wordsowers while at another writers conference in California. We feel blessed to have Susan share about writing for Upper Room—and men, she often says she needs male authors. 

I've been privileged to sit in Susan's workshop, have lunch with her and share about devotional writing. She's a woman who loves to encourage writers.  Lionhearted Kat one of the Wordsowers Leadership Team

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