April 20, 2019 Meeting

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Presenter

Frank Ball

 Meeting Place

Georgetown Public Library
Second Floor, Room 211
402 West 8th
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Directions to CenTex Meetings

Monthly Meetings — 3rd Saturday — 9:30-11:30 a.m.

Fellowship at 9:30 a.m. Program begins at 10:00 a.m.

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CenTex Organization History

On Saturday, April 14th 2007, Dorothy Featherling and Linda (Lin) Farmer Harris welcomed area writers to the first meeting of CenTex-ACFW. Beginning with that meeting, CenTex has been blessed with capable, creative, and innovative leadership.

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Your Story for God’s Glory

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Readers want to be part of the action as a participant, not an observer. Learn how to make descriptions so real that a picture of rain will have readers looking for their umbrellas.

For ten years, Frank Ball directed North Texas Christian Writers to help members improve their writing and storytelling skills. In 2011, he founded Story Help Groups and joined the Roaring Writers seven years later to encourage and equip all Christians to tell their life-changing stories.

He has taught at writer’s conferences and churches across the U.S. and Canada. Besides writing his own books, he does ghostwriting, copy editing, and graphic design to help others publish high-quality books.

As Pastor of Biblical Research and Writing for three years, he wrote sermons, teaching materials, and hundreds of devotions. He coaches writers, writes blogs, and is a panelist on The Writer’ View.

His first book Eyewitness: The Life of Christ Told in One Story is a compilation of biblical information on the life of Christ in a chronological story that reads like a novel.

When I ponder what to write about, I remember the plights of my past and why I now give you praise. Then I reveal your glory by showing how you’ve worked in my life. — Psalm 143:5 Paraphrase

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The classic writing style that made some of the bestselling novels of their day aren’t the best approach to engaging our audiences today.