Writers Chat: Taking the Next Writing Step

Hey Clan!

This week on Writers Chat, we had the privilege of listening to writer and editor, Callie Daruk speak about Taking the Next Writing Step.

If you’ve ever felt like your writing career is stuck, then you’ll find Callie’s inspirational story a genuine encouragement to help pull you from the mire.

Watch the replay here!

Callie Daruk

Of course, there’s more!

Apart from being a fantastic writer and editor, Callie Daruk also heads up the local Word Weavers’ chapter in Nashville, Tennessee. Word Weavers is an organization dedicated to providing an international forum for Christian writers to critique each other’s work face-to-face in order to facilitate improvement in their craft.

If you’d like to learn more about Callie, you can visit her website at www.calliedaruk.com

In the replay, you’ll hear Callie talk about her own little miracle, Isaiah. His story is inspiring many others, and you can learn more on his website Little Body Big Miracles. Callie and Isaiah welcome others to share their miracle stories there, to encourage others whose children are struggling with health issues, and raise awareness for how we can minister to those families.

You might also like to check out Callie’s exclusive interview with co-director and co-writer of the movie I can Only Imagine, Jon Erwin, at www.onechristianvoice.org

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Callie Daruk says:

    Melissa, you are so kind; thank you for sharing this. I pray God will use each of the ministries He has called us to in mighty ways – even if for just one heart! You are such a blessing!

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    1. M.N. Stroh says:

      Thank you, Callie! I was certainly blessed by your testimony, and the encouraging words you presented to all of us last week. Can be counted among those who were getting pretty teary-eyed too! God truly does work in mighty ways. It was a privilege to hear how He’s worked in your life and your son’s.


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