Friday, Oct 02, 2009

Focus for The Write Power

This is a time of major transition in my life as God moves me into a new level of relationship with Him. As a result, many changes are taking place in various areas of my life. Now that our children are grown and out on their own, my dh and I are considering a move to a new location to be closer to our children. In my writing, our Lord has instructed me to focus on writing fiction. 

What am I hearing over and over again in every area of my life is the word focus. Focus is powerful. It is the difference between the laser beam and diffused light. 

Since God is instructing me to focus, I have been thinking of ways to focus my blog. Up until this point, I have written mostly about Attitude, Business, and Craft. Since there is safety in the multitude of counselors, I would like to ask for your input as to what has most benefited you from reading this blog. What would you like to read more of? What writing areas are of most concern to you? 

After I receive your comments, I will prayfully consider them as I develop focus for The Write Power. 


Thanks and Blessings, 


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6 thoughts on “Focus for The Write Power

  1. I am very glad to hear that He has moved you closer to Him. My two cents thought that you should follow your heart and stay on area which you truly have the passionate. I will put you in my prayers list that He will reveal this even to you. Amen.

    Grace and peace with you always,

    October 2, 2009 at 4:25 AM

    • Thank you very much, James, for your encouraging words and for your prayers. Your comments are worth far more than two cents. They are priceless and deeply appreciated!

      Blessings to you!


      October 2, 2009 at 6:48 AM

  2. I am blessed by everything that your blog has covered. It’s been a nice, varied assortment that is always timely. Would like to give you more specifics but nothing is jumping out at me other than knowing what you have done has been good. I will agree with you that you will have the wisdom that you need for this decision:)

    October 2, 2009 at 8:33 PM

  3. Hi MaryAnn –

    One thing I love about your posts is that Jesus is the bottom line –not publishing, not fame, not money, or anything else.

    I think Christian writers get into trouble when they try to do things in their own strength. Phil. 4:13 still applies.

    Susan 🙂

    October 2, 2009 at 8:57 PM

    • Dear Susan,

      You have discerned my heart. Yes, Jesus is the bottom line–and the top line and everything in between. 🙂 Thanks so much for your encouragement. It means a lot to me.

      October 2, 2009 at 9:48 PM