Sunday, January 15, 2012


Upstate SC
American Christian Writers

Third Quarter Meeting
Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012

 Inclement Weather – If weather conditions caused the roads to be slippery or dangerous, the event will be canceled. The plan would be to reschedule the meeting in March or April, if possible.  Notice of cancellation will be posted on our Facebook page and website.

Speaker:          Edna Ellison
E EllisonTopics:             Writing Devotionals & Basic Writing Skills
Time:               2-5 pm
Place:              Horizon Church
                        1070 E. Butler Rd.
                        Greenville, SC  29607
President:        Lynda Moldrem
Cell:                 (864) 918-0466

Writing Basics: Ten ways to polish your style and become a first-class writer
Ever read a book that had misspelled words or murdered sentences? Editors prefer a first-class writer with a clean manuscript. This workshop will show you 10 ways to make your manuscript flawless. Includes three inside tips on terminology and proofreader marks.

Bible Study Series: Directions on how to search for, organize, and write a successful Bible study series. The market is wide open now for small Bible studies. This workshop led by the writer of 7 published Bible studies will explain how to ride the wave of Bible-study interest today and provide biblical small-group resources for every local church in America and around the world.

Edna Ellison, a humorist, mentor, and international speaker, has written 12 non-fiction books now in print, including best-seller Woman to Woman, Friend to Friend (a series), Mommy Pick-Me-Ups, and Deeper Still. Mentoring upcoming writers, she’s co-written two new Bible studies, Chosen and Cherished: Becoming the Bride of Christ and Women of the Covenant: Spiritual Wisdom from Women of the Bible. Another book by Women by Design (with whom Edna speaks) will be out in December 2009: A Passion for Purpose: A 365-day Missional Devotional.
Edna has trained students in missions at Southern Baptist Seminaries, taught Creative Writing at the University of Alabama, and served as the editor of a national women’s magazine, Royal Service (now Missions Mosaic). She has taught mentoring and creative writing at Ridgecrest, Glorieta, and other nationwide conferences. From Spartanburg, she always finds time to teach a weekly Sunday school class and to nurture her family, two adult children and one granddaughter.

Lynda Moldrem
Administrative Assistant
Horizon Church

1 comment:

Ed said...

Suggest using Kal Bashir's techniques at to plan the story