Writing Inspirational Fiction For Christians

I use to think that Fictional Christian Books were a taboo because it was a made up thing but then I consider that they are life events that may not involve us but could involve someone else. To us the story may be fictional but to someone else it may be very real and our story can be helpful to them, it may even hold the answer to what they need.

Most inspirational Fictions start out with a usual event then there’s a conflict which would take an intervention from God to work out but doing the conflict the Person(s) keep their Faith and hope, in the end the resolution is usually more than what they expected.

These types of writings are very soothing and will make us think, they are a way of escape for a while into something that is good and pure. I believe that we all need time to sit aside and relax and reading this type of material is great.

I have written a Christian Fictional Book and I took great pleasure in doing it. I believe I had Gods’ blessing over it because the contents of it came so easy for me to write.

Inspirational writing whether Fictional or not have to be inspired by the Holy Ghost otherwise we would get clogged down and nothing will make sense.

I started writing years ago but I don’t write when I want to I have to be lead by the Holy Spirit God told me that I am not the writer, I am the writers’ instrument so I know it is not me who is speaking but it is Him speaking through me and I give Him all the praise for it.

We can learn a lot from reading Inspirational Fictional material, it may not apply to us right now but we never know when it won’t come in handy. It is good to have knowledge when something happen.

Jesus told stories to get His point across, there was noting wrong in that then and there is nothing wrong with it now.

I am a License Practical Nurse. I have been in this field for over 25 years. I enjoy helping and encouraging others. My main hobbies are reading and writing. I am a Wife, Mother and Grandmother. I am also President of the Parent Teachers Organization. President of the Parent Supporter Task Force and a member of the Parent Leadership Institute.

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Home Schooling Curriculums

So, you’ve decided to home school your children. You’ve weight all the pros and cons and know you are making the right decision. Now, you need to decide on various home schooling curriculums that will help you and your children get the most out of the experience. When it comes to home school education, the curriculum is your key to making sure your child stays on track.

Ask your local school system for advice on developing a home schooling curriculum. In an area where home schooling is popular, local school systems may have guidelines and curriculums already in place. There may also be a strong support network filled with parents and children who are being schooled at home.

If you live in an area that doesn’t have a strong home schooling presence, you may need to develop your own home schooling curriculums. Fortunately, there are a lot of books and resources on the subject. Check your local library as a starting point. You also may find general home schooling curriculums online.

Once you find a home schooling curriculum to work with, you will need to figure out how much leeway you have with it. One of the advantages of home schooling is you can allow your children to gravitate toward subjects that interest them. However, this should not be at the expense of obtaining a general education. A good home schooling curriculum finds that perfect balance.

Developing a home schooling curriculum is essential to giving your children the best education possible. You will either need to develop your own, or find one that is already being used. This curriculum will be your guide to making sure your children get the most from their home school education.

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