Wolf Creek Christian Writers Network

  • Twenty-Three Journeys to Christ: Collection of Faith Stories by Gregg Heid

    WCCWN member Gregg Heid has a new book available on Amazon: Twenty-Three Journeys to Christ. In this anthology, a variety of writers from diverse cultural, social and economic backgrounds, ages and faith denominations have shared their testimonies. Each story is a personal journey that reflects what led the author to faith in God. The path is often rocky and every story an emotional reflection of how they found Jesus. Just as the characters are different, so are the journeys. God draws us to H…

  • Reflection on 2019 by Vice President, Betty Slade

    WCCWN is a candle in the night. Reflecting on the year 2019 and the accomplishments achieved by the WCCWN writers’ group, we have had many. In February 2015, WCCWN, which consisted of twelve writers, lit a candle and set it on a lampstand to give light to all who were in the house. Many of us were wannabe writers. We didn’t want our light to be placed under a bushel basket but on a lampstand. We had something to say and wanted to be a light for others even in our raw stage as growing write…

  • Earthly Mansion or Heavenly Home? by Richard Gammill

    In 1956, Ruth Graham built a rustic home high on Black Mountain above Montreat, N.C. Meanwhile, her famous husband, Billy, conducted large evangelistic campaigns in distant parts of the world. Her pièce de résistance was an old diving board she found at the county dump. She placed it as the mantle over the cavernous stone living room fireplace with these words carved into the wood: “Eine Feste Burg Ist Unser Gott” (“A Mighty Fortress Is Our God”). Ruth designed and constructed for her husband an…

  • The Gift of Friendship by Richard Gammill

    My first season of snow and ice in Pagosa Springs began with a thud. One morning, I walked from our house to my little writer’s cabin, when suddenly my feet flew out from under me and I landed hard on the frozen ground. Three broken ribs. A few weeks later, while I was walking our dog, I slipped and fell again. More pain, but no new damage. A year later, I suffered a very bad fall. Seven broken ribs led to nearly two weeks in the hospital followed by months of slow, painful recovery. Last spring…

  • KISS - Keep It Simple, Stupid by Jan Davis

    “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.” - Isaiah 55:9 “And further, by these, my son, be admonished: of making many books there is no end; and much study is a weariness of the flesh. - Eccl. 12:12 “Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man.” - Eccl. 12:13 “But the natural man receives not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are fooli…