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Keeping Up with OCW

Susan Maas

“God always sets you at the convergence of His highest glory and your highest good,” said Bill Giovannetti, winter conference keynoter. He added, “That is rarely the place you would choose for yourself.” Continue reading Read More »

2015 Winter Keynote Speaker


Understanding God’s Grace for Your Life by Marilyn Rhoads, OCW Program Coordinator Would you like to know more about how to accept God’s peace and reflect it in what you write? Bill Giovannetti’s keynote addresses at the February 28 conference in Salem may be just what you need to hear. Tweet Read More »

Keynoter: Take Heart

OCW Fall 2014 Keynoter

Rachel Hauck is the author of more than a dozen award-winning books, including critically acclaimed novels such as The Wedding Dress (nominated for Romantic Times Seal of Excellence Award) and Love Starts with Elle. Continue reading Read More »

Keynoter Dan Walsh: And They Lived…

Dan Walsh

You know what comes next, right? They lived . . . happily ever after. Growing up as a kid in the late 50s and 60s, I got used to stories ending this way. Certainly, every Disney movie did. All the other family-oriented movies did also (and there were plenty of those in the theaters). Most of the love stories ended happily too. Continue reading Read More »

Keeping Up with OCW – Fall 2013

Susan Maas

Doing the Good Works God Has Prepared for Us by Susan Maas, OCW Secretary “Don’t forget to breathe” is the tagline for suspense writer Brandilyn Collins, keynote speaker at the October one-day conference. Though a strong Christian, Brandilyn viewed her writing as separate from her Christian life at first. When she was convicted to give her writing to the Lord, ... Read More »