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“God has filled us with the Spirit, and with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge and with all kinds of skills. . . to engage in all kinds of artistic crafts.” – Exodus 35:31-33

 Faith & Culture Writers network exists to engage, inspire, challenge, and validate fellow writers of faith as we seek to celebrate the very gift of creativity bestowed on us by the Great Creator Himself. 

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The Fourth Annual Faith & Culture Writers Conference is set for April 10-11, 2015 at Warner Pacific College in Portland, OR. Emily Freeman,  Romal Tune, Tony Kriz, Simone Dankenbring, AJ Swoboda, Alex Marestaing, Chip MacGregor, Josh Butler, Micah J. Murray, and Rochelle Carter are among the featured speakers.

The Faith & Culture Writers Connection is a diverse, faith-based creative community of writers, bloggers, lovers of literature,  journalists, professors, activists, theologians, literary agents, editors, publishers, screenwriters, musicians, artists, poets, and everyday people who love WORDS, God’s Word and story.

During our yearly Conference we ASK QUESTIONS, PARTICIPATE IN CONVERSATIONS, AND DIALOGUE with diverse people of faith, growing our creative friendships in real-live community.

“At the Faith & Culture Writers Conference, you will be encouraged, enriched, and challenged to live the creative life that God has called you to. Join us and take your art to the next level while discovering your unique voice and place to house your story.”

–Cornelia Becker Seigneur, Founding Conference Director

 

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  12. […] the end of this week I am off to my first writer’s conference. I expect it will be a “game-changer” for me as well. I think it’s safe to say […]

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  39. […] spent the day yesterday at the Faith and Culture Writers Conference, speaking ostensibly about blogging but really about the importance of Story and Community and […]

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  59. […] We’d heard about one another from our common friend, Cornelia Seigneur, founder of the Faith & Culture Writers Conference. Cornelia knew Kari and I would hit it off, and she couldn’t have been more […]