A Writer’s Journey and Jackson

Not to us, LORD, not to us but to your name be the glory, because of your love and faithfulness.” Psalm 115:1 (NIV)

Every word is important. Use strong verbs. Tighten your sentences. Watch for redundancy.
This is part of a writer’s valuable checklist. Concrete exercises develop skills and keep us alert.

While “rite with xsellance” and suport uther righters” are more, umm jsut charector trades we very ofen dream of.

Growth requires practice. Poor mechanics, in any field, could be a stumbling block to others. An essential part of a good foundation is a good motive. A secure character builds up others, helps in tangible ways, and promotes the plans of God. Lack of practice is easy to detect.

Mechanics are fundamental, but motive is supreme. Add encouragement to your checklist.

I’d like to encourage and promote another writer* and his family. His name is Jackson.

Follow the link and read about his journey. I pray you’ll be inspired to action.

Link: http://gfwd.at/1oDPQTK – You can leave a hug, prayer, or donation.

*that’s how his personal FB page identifies him…so sweet

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