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Christians Writing for the Secular Market
Christians Writing for Secular Market

Webinar with Mary Potter Kenyon
Saturday, February 25, 2023
11 am Eastern Time (10 CT, 9 MT, 8 PT)

There are “Christian writers” and then there are writers who are Christians, and there is a marketplace for both. In this Zoom webinar Mary shares how God led her down this writing path, demonstrating with concrete examples of faith-filled pieces written to reach an audience that might not have a personal relationship with Jesus, along with markets for getting started sharing God’s Word through your own writing.

Mary's seven books were published by a secular publisher, and she once worked as a reporter for a secular newspaper. Yet, because of her stories, God hit the front page in her small-town newspaper countless times. Readers of her book Refined By Fire: A Journey of Grief and Grace learned how faith got her through a dark period in her life. After reading her book Called to Be Creative there is no doubt that it is God who designed each of us to be creative.

Important: The video will be available to view afterwards if the day and time don’t work for you or you want to watch it again. 

Register for this 60-minute webinar through February 22 for only $14.95. After February 22 the price increases to $17.95. 

Bio: Mary Potter Kenyon graduated from the University of Northern Iowa and is a Therapeutic Art Coach and Certified Grief Educator trained under world-renowned grief expert, David Kessler. Mary is widely published in newspapers, magazines, and anthologies, with essays featured in ten Chicken Soup for the Soul titles. Her seven books include the award-winning “Refined by Fire: A Journey of Grief and Grace,” with a foreword by Cecil Murphey, and “Called to Be Creative: A Guide to Reigniting Your Creativity.” Her children’s book on grief will be released in April 2024. Mary has been doing public speaking and conducting workshops for spirituality centers, community colleges, women’s groups, churches, and libraries since 2011. She founded the annual Hope & Healing grief retreat and a Faith Writers conference in Dubuque, where she lives with her husband Nick Portzen. Mary and Nick are the new coordinators of the annual Cedar Falls Christian Writers Conference.