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Margaret Feinberg
Works at Transparent Faith, Inc.
Attended Wake Forest University
Lives in Colorado
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My writing career began as an intern for Christian Retailing magazine. My first published pieces were reviews of books, music, and products in the back of various publications. I spent years honing the craft of writing in segments of 250-words or less.…
I have many other lessons I wish someone had told me earlier as a writer.
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Placing words on paper or screen terrifies me. Even now. Even after all these years. Good writing exposes the soul, not just to us, but to those who pass by. Critics and connoisseurs, friends and foes, strangers and trolls. Perhaps you, too, have felt…
How do you break through the fear of writing? Here are three secrets I’ve learned many years:
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Since the launch of the Scouting the Divine summer Bible study, I’ve been playing in our yard—tugging at stubborn weeds, pruning wild shrubs, plucking the never-ending dandelions. I find the Holy Spirit nudging me toward Scripture, uncovering deep-rooted…
TweetEmailSumoMe TweetEmail Since the launch of the Scouting the Divine summer Bible study, I’ve been playing in our yard—tugging at stubborn weeds, pruning wild shrubs, plucking the never-ending dandelions. I find the Holy Spirit nudging me toward Scripture, uncovering deep-rooted truths, with each pinch and snip. I’m rediscovered what many a farmer and gardener know …
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I never spoke the significance of the day aloud. To friends. To family. To Leif. Even to myself. But the date didn’t escape my notice. I suspect that combination of month and numeral never will. The anniversary of my cancer diagnosis is branded into my…
TweetEmailSumoMe TweetEmail I never spoke the significance of the day aloud. To friends. To family. To Leif. Even to myself. But the date didn’t escape my notice. I suspect that combination of month and numeral never will. The anniversary of my cancer diagnosis is branded into my mind, body and soul. I refused to utter …
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We’re adverse creatures. Adverse to … pain. hardship. suffering. loss. difficulty. Practice avoidance. Skirt the issue. Run away. But perhaps our lives depend on….
To abide in the vine and produce more than “a lot of foliage and wood” requires rocky, difficult soil.
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I asked my sweet friend, the Rev. H. Elizabeth Back, an Episcopal priest and beekeeper to share what she’s discovered God through her beehive. I hope her words will be as much of a blessing to you as they are me: Jesus first made himself known to me when…
Jesus has a prayer for us. That we would accept his release and join His work. He’s been released from the grave and is working to build his sweet, sweet kingdom.
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At Writers Boot Camp last month, a cadet raised his hand and asked: “I know you have time to write, because you’re a writer, but how am I supposed to find the time to write with a full-time job and family?” I burst out laughing. Here’s why:
Have you ever been to a writer's conference? I think that you'd get these and many more questions answered at Writer’s Boot Camp.
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When my friend, Liz Curtis Higgs, said she planned to pen a book about a woman in the Bible based on 10 verses, I thought, “That’s impossible!” A chapter of a book. A section of a Bible study. A single talk. But an entire book that provides meaty insights…
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I AM the vine. Long before Jesus took on the imagery of the vineyard for Himself, God had been using vineyard imagery to communicate His heart to the people. The Song of Vineyard is nestled in Isaiah 5:1-7. This delicate yet ferocious poem provides the…
Long before Jesus took on the imagery of the vineyard for Himself, God had been using vineyard imagery to communicate His heart to the people.
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In Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell suggests that 10,000 hours of deliberate practice are required to become world-class in any field. Perhaps you heard the same principle touted. The number always felt too thin to me, as if it were missing an extra zero. A…
Mastery is more than practice. Factors including the stability of the field, new innovations, as well as competitiveness within the field may have greater impacts and implications than those 10,000 hours.
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I want you to meet my new beekeeping friend, Lissa Magnuson. She spent years apprenticing for a beekeeper named, Gary (Different from the Gary in the Scouting The Divine Book and Bible study we’re diving into this summer!). She soon started her own…
TweetEmailSumoMe TweetEmail I want you to meet my new beekeeping friend, Lissa Magnuson. She spent years apprenticing for a beekeeper named, Gary (Different from the Gary in the Scouting The Divine Book and Bible study we’re diving into this summer!). She soon started her own farmer’s market business and sell honey and products to support …
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People often use the word “season” to describe their lives. I’m in a . . . good season hard season painful season I’m in a . . . season of change season of new growth season of waiting season of loss season of blessing season of dealing with my junk…
While most of us can identify descriptors of the season we’re in, the agrarian world of the Bible hints that every season is more complex than we realize.
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She was recently named one of 50 women most shaping culture and the church today by Christianity Today, one of the 30 Voices who will help lead the church in the next decade by Charisma magazine and one of the ’40 Under 40’ who will shape Christian publishing by Christian Retailing magazine. Margaret currently lives in Morrison, Colorado, with her husband, Leif and their superpup, Hershey.

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Margaret Feinberg is a popular Bible teacher and speaker at churches and leading conferences such as Catalyst, Thrive and Extraordinary Women. Her books and Bible studies have sold over 600,000 copies and received critical acclaim and extensive national media coverage from CNN, the Associated Press, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and more. She was recently named one of 50 women most shaping culture and the church today by Christianity Today, one of the 30 Voices who will help lead the church in the next decade by Charisma magazine and one of the ’40 Under 40’ who will shape Christian publishing by Christian Retailing magazine. Margaret currently lives in Morrison, Colorado, with her husband, Leif and their superpup, Hershey.
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