If you study the great men of God in the Bible, you will discover that they failed at their point of strength, not weakness. What was Simon Peter’s greatest strength? His courage. He said, “Lord, I am ready to go with Thee, both into prison, and to death” (Luke 22:33). And yet what did he […] … Continue reading Failing at the Point of Strength – Re-Blog
Sometimes, by sharing what you have, you get more than you wanted.
Turn your weaknesses into your strengths.
If you can see it or touch it, it is not your enemy.
Last week on this blog I asked you a question: “Should I start a writing contest?”
I followed up my question with a promise: “If there is enough enthusiasm for a writing contest, I will start a writing contest.”
So. Was there enough enthusiasm for a writing contest?
And that’s good enough for me.
Welcome to the First Annual
Sully Award for Excellence in Writerishness!
The (one and only) winner will receive a bunch of valuable prizes!
A $20 gift card to Starbucks, because writers need to wake up before writing.
A $10 gift card to iTunes, because writers need to be in the right mood while writing.
A $20 Gift card to Barnes & Noble so you can read after writing.
And, best of all, a beautiful SULLY AWARD CERTIFICATE, because great writers deserve great accolades. The certificate will look something like…
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