The Writer's Inkhorn (2018)
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What Will You Do With What You've Been Given?
When called to deliver the Israelites out of Egypt, Moses felt unqualified for the task. This issue of The Writer's Inkhorn, follows Moses's conversation with God, and shines light on how we too question our gifts and assignments, forgetting that if God calls us, it is because he has already equipped us.
Persisting in My Work So That God May Complete His Work in Me
Are you a perfectionist of sorts? Do you know of someone who is? This newest issue of The Writer's Inkhorn reminds us of the need for room to grow and to allow space for grace.
"Crossing the Tracks" to Get What I Need
In a world plagued by divides: ethnic, cultural, educational, social, economic, religious or denominational, and geographic, this issue of The Writer's Inkhorn reminds us of the necessity to be willing to cross those divides to help those who need our help.
How Far Can They Go with What You've Given Them?
There is a serious responsibility that comes with parenthood in any form.
This issue of The Writer's Inkhorn will inspire you to do more,
be more and provide more for your children so that you can launch them farther from where you are now standing
This issue reminds us that just as Mary demonstrated her extravagant expression of love toward Jesus using the oil from her alabaster box, God wants us to give Him our all: the best of our service and the best of ourselves as He is well-deserving of our worship.