Writing Christian Fiction

I love to write Christian fiction. I love the entire process of it, from forming ideas in my head to plotting and drafting on paper to revising and editing on my computer. Then I send my manuscripts to my editors before I publish them.

The most fun of all is writing.

Even though the story world I created for my characters is fictitious, I did something that changed the way I approached my books: I made my characters Christian.

That decision means that I have to always be careful about how I handle my Christian characters, their thoughts, goals, plans, and approach to life. I wanted to make sure they have a biblical worldview that does not contradict the Word of God.

Before I write about Scripture in my books, I spend a lot of time studying the Bible. I am reminded that I need to test everything I am trying to say in my stories.

“Prove all things; hold fast that which is good” (I Thessalonians 5:21, KJV).

“Test all things; hold fast what is good” (I Thessalonians 5:21, NKJV).

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