We are thrilled to announce the names and topics of this year’s group of speakers for the Ancient Faith Writing and Podcasting Conference! The Conference will take place June 20-23, 2018 at Antiochian Village in Bolivar, PA
During this Lenten season, we are all engaged in spiritual struggle of one kind or another, and it seems a good moment to share what I’ve learned in the last five years about the intersection of creativity, struggle, and media publishing. With this goal, I’ve created a list of five hard lessons we all seem to encounter on our way to producing high-quality books and podcasts. If you have already been published, this list will be familiar. If you are still trying to be published, it may be even more familiar! I pray it will be helpful, no matter which side of that fence you occupy.
We’re delighted to announce the speakers and topics for the first-ever Ancient Faith Women’s Retreat, on November 15-18, 2018, at Antiochian Village in Bolivar, PA.
Ancient Faith Ministries isn’t only available to you on the radio or in our bookstore. Our wonderful family of content contributors are also invited speakers at events around the country. We’ll do our best this year to keep you posted on where we are. We hope you’ll join us as we participate in the many opportunities we find in the life of the Church!
The Ancient Faith Writing and Podcasting Conference is entering its third year! By popular demand, the Conference (affectionately known as “AFCon”) will be a day longer this year than in previous years, and will feature workshops, networking sessions, and more! We hereby issue a call for proposals to all those who wish to present at the Conference. Here’s what you need to know. When and Where AFCon will take place at Antiochian…
Summer chooses books with these intense, competing needs in mind. Finding a bedtime story that will nurture all five? There are days when that seems impossible. Will it work for the child who needs to wiggle? Will the pictures be engaging without being overstimulating? Is it simple enough for the little ones but still interesting enough for the older ones?