Tonight on the Write Stuff — Gospel Without a Sledgehammer with Deborah Heal

No one likes to be hounded and shouted at about anything, much less about what or how to believe. When it comes to the human heart, different things work for different people. Some people need a more direct approach while others prefer and desire a subtler one.

In this battle of ideas where every idea should be equally measured and analyzed, the Christian author has a unique role in being able to generate creative works via the written word. In the realm of fictional writing, we have a plethora of ways to bring about the message of the gospel.

In the past when we discussed this topic, listeners have said one of the irritating things about Christian fiction is that the characters and the situations are not realistic. Some Christian works are just that…nice little stories with just a hint of conflict and then God comes in and saves the day before anything bad happens.

However, as some of us know, that’s not always the case.

If this is your year to write the book that God has called you to write, then this show is for you. How do you weave in the gospel message without sledgehammer? Join me as we talk about this topic with our guest co-host Deborah Heal. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press one to be live on air. Or you can download the WLUV radio mobile app. Tune in!

9984_smallDeborah Heal, the author of the Time and Again “history mystery” trilogy and the Rewinding Time Series, which have been described as “Back to the Future meets virtual reality with a dash of Seventh Heaven thrown in,” was born not far from the setting of her novel Every Hill and Mountain and grew up just down the road from the settings of Time and Again and Unclaimed Legacy. Today she lives with her husband in Monroe County, Illinois, not far from the setting of Once Again. She enjoys reading, gardening, and learning about regional history. She has three grown children, five grandchildren, and two canine buddies Digger and Scout, a.k.a. Dr. Bob in Unclaimed Legacy. She loves to interact with her readers, who may learn more about the history behind the books at her website http://www.deborahheal.com 

 

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