OCW Summer Conference

Fall 2013

Workshops – Fall 2013

Marilyn Rhoads
OCW Program Coordinator

Add Fall Color to Your Writing by Marilyn Rhoads, OCW Program Coordinator From fiction writing to marketing, here are eight workshops you want to miss! A. Brandilyn Collins will present “The Four Ds of Story Structure”: Desire, Distancing, Denial, Devastation. These Four Ds form the main building blocks for your novel. Learn what each one means and why they are ... Read More »

Cascade Contest Update – Fall 2013

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Our many prayers of the last year were answered as 225 writers and faculty gathered to worship, study, and fellowship at the OCW Summer Conference in Portland, August 12–15. One-third of our conferees were first-time attendees, and conferees came from as far away as Maryland. Our numbers rose to 275 during our inaugural Cascade Awards on Wednesday evening. Continue reading Read More »

SC Update – Fall 2013

Lindy Jacobs
OCW Summer Conference Director

Our many prayers of the last year were answered as 225 writers and faculty gathered to worship, study, and fellowship at the OCW Summer Conference in Portland, August 12–15. One-third of our conferees were first-time attendees, and conferees came from as far away as Maryland. Our numbers rose to 275 during our inaugural Cascade Awards on Wednesday evening. Continue reading Read More »

OCW Business – Fall 2013

Sue Miholer

As noted in the Keeping Up with OCW article, all three business items were approved by a vote of the membership at the March conference, with the changes going into effect immediately. When you become a member for the first time or the umpteenth time, your membership will be good for a full 12 months. Continue reading Read More »

Prayer Team – Fall 2013

Marion Duckworth

Passion for Truth by Marion Duckworth, OCW Prayer Team We Oregon Christian Writers are grateful for the help of experts to polish our words and string them together in a pleasant fashion. They have also reminded us to take the high road in our work as lovingly as did John the apostle and confrontationally as John the Baptist. May we ... Read More »

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