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“Prayers never die.” – E.M. Bounds

“God does nothing but by prayer, and everything with it.” — John Wesley

“If you are too busy to pray then you are too busy.” -W. E. Sangster

Some of the top Christian writers on prayer would have to be:

  • E.M. Bounds
  • John Wesley
  • Andrew Murray
  • W.E. Sangster
  • R.A. Torrey

I say that these names are among the top Christian writers on the topic simple due to the expansiveness upon which they wrote on prayer as well as the depth that they wrote on prayer.  Some of their titles that may be of help to you are listed below.

  • How to Pray- John Wesley
  • Teach Us to Pray- W.E. Sangster
  • Andrew Murray on Prayer– Andrew Murray
  • The Complete Works of E.M. Bounds on Prayer– E.M. Bounds
  • The Power of Prayer-R.A. Torrey

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If you write, whether it be poetry, articles or anything, try these websites out…

Check out the life path storefront for publishing at www.lulu.com/lifepath/

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For many who may not know it, I am a writer.  I publish books, e-books, articles and even some Bible study lessons.  What I dare to share here are some resources for those who are writers at heart and seek to share their works with the world.  This may be especially helpful to the Christian writer who desires to break into the Christian marketplace.

  • Blog: Every writer should keep one going, even if he or she doesn’t publicize it through Twitter or Facebook, because it keeps you writing and it keeps you fresh at your creative craft of communicating ideas.  I use both WordPress and Blogger for blogging.  I post poems, inspirational writings, parts of articles and Bible studies.  I find that it’s a great way to keep writing as well as keeping others informed of what you are doing.
  • E-zines: You may have full-fledged articles that you want to put out there that no magazine or trade journal will publish at this time.  God bless the internet.  Get a look at www.ezinesearch.com and www.free-ezine-directory.com to find e-zine publishers that may be able to use your articles based upon subject area and content.
  • Self-Publish: I know a lot of people share different views on this so I will go ahead and stick my neck out there.  You may not have the great American novel that publishers will oogle over and die to have in their clutches, but you may just want to publish your own work and get it out there to the free world.  Check out self-publishing sites such as http://www.xulonpress.com/ and www.iuniverse.com for starters.  I use Lulu and www.myebook.com for my own work.  They are just my preference.

Here are some other key items to have for most writers:

I will be sure to continue to add some more details for aspiring writers later this week, emphasizing the Christian market for articles and poetry.

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