Wolf Creek Christian Writers Network

  • Bits and Pieces: Who Knew? By Lynn Moffett

    Have you ever done something you were relatively sure God told you to do? Me, too. Bits and pieces. My life is made up of bits and pieces of “to do” things from the Lord. Sometimes, doing these things feels idiotic, sometimes it is so scary I want to pretend I didn’t hear and sometimes the doing fits me perfectly. About a year ago, I thought I heard the Lord say, “Come walk with me.” Since my hiking years were long gone due to knee problems, I often joked that when I went for a ride — meaning ge…

  • The largest marriage celebration of the ages by Jan Davis

    I love Hallmark movies. The stories are predictable with fairytale endings. The good guy sweeps the girl off her feet and captures her heart. Together, they overcome obstacles and live happily ever after. There is not a lot of drama and I don’t think about the plot line. I sit back and enjoy the movie. I also love romantic historical novels for similar reasons. The storyline is less predictable with more adventure, mystery and suspense, but the outcome is the same. The hero saves the girl and th…

  • Where is change leading us? by Gregg Heid

    The world looks at change through the eyes of progression. God sees change compared to the Garden of Eden before the fall of mankind. Things are changing fast. This is my brief take on some of the changes in the last 50 years in the U.S. In 1969, my first year in college, I wrote my English papers on a typewriter, made calls from the dorm pay phone and watched three channels on the lounge TV. My favorite shows were westerns (“Gun Smoke,” “Bonanza,” “Wagon Train”), as their scenes portrayed the b…

  • What's Happening - October 2020 - by Gregg Heid

    Have you ever been guilty of looking at someone your own age and thinking, Surely, I can't look that old? A friend of mine told me she was sitting in the waiting room for her first appointment with a new dentist. "I noticed his DDS diploma, with his full name. I remembered a tall, handsome, dark-haired boy with the same name from my high school class 40 years ago. Could this be the same guy I had a crush on way back then?" "When I sat in the dental chair and saw him, I discarded any such thought…

  • Leaves, Transformations and Transitions by Jessica Tanner

    The air is crisp and the leaves shift from green to brilliant orange, deep scarlet, and lively yellow. Summer’s warmth slips away at autumn’s cool touch. Earth’s landscape transforms, as do our lives. Woven into each transition, or new leaf, of life is God. My newest leaf in life is a job. I work part-time for the local post office delivering mail. Seeing God in a job that revolves around more paper than I knew could move in a day is not easy. Easy is spying the new scratches on the vehicle I’m …