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- My Son JJ, Autism & LOUD HOLIDAYS
- 2014 Gathering of the Artisans
- Recap: Prayer, Praise & Poetry in the Park
- Author Interview Opportunities 2014
- BOOK REVIEW: All In Your Names: Acrostic Meditations for the Seeking Soul
- Book Review: God Speaks
- Book Review: Come Forth
- A Self-Publishing Confession
- Part I: Exposing Jonadab, the Gaslighter
- Leading A Scribal Group: 4 Simple Steps
Latest Book Reviews
By Teresa Robbins
COME FORTH: A JOURNEY
FROM THE SHADOWS INTO VIEW
By Andrea M. Renfroe
ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN
By Akili Kumasi
50 Truths Concerning The Apostolic Ministry
By John Eckhardt
PRAYER: The Timeless Secret of High-Impact Leaders
By Dave Earley
My Son JJ, Autism & LOUD HOLIDAYS
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Copyright 2014 Theresa Harvard Johnson
While many people are celebrating 4th of July, Labor Day, Memorial Day or New Year’s Eve with fireworks, bazookas, gun shots, laser shows and other stimulating activity, my son JJ is generally up all night vomiting, sweating, shaking in fear and experiencing sheer terror and massive anxiety attacks in the midst of all the stimulation from festivities in our neighborhood.
Up until our family received the diagnosis of autism concerning him, we were oblivious to its impact and its effects. It is human nature not to concern ourselves with a thing if it doesn’t affect us directly. JJ's life in God has miraculously changed ours. (Also check out, Special Feature: MAMA, I'm Superman)
2014 Gathering of the Artisans
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Join VOC September 24-28, 2014 at the Gathering of the Artisans in Black Mountain, North Carolina. Theresa Harvard Johnson will be teaching a one-day intensive writing workshop followed by additional sessions throughout the week. Other master artisans will facilitate sessions in other areas of the arts. This is a PHENOMENAL OPPORTUNITY to focus on your unique creative gifts with hands-on, interactive activities. SCRIBES, not only can you attend our session, but you can also develop your other creative gifts like movement, pottery, painting, music and so much more. Hope to see you there! http://gatheringofartisans.wordpress.com/
Author Interview Opportunities 2014
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Greetings Scribes of the King,
My friend, Etienne A. Gibbs, would be honored to have you share the story behind the story of writing your book. I am excited that Voices of Christ Literary Ministries International can share this exciting news with you. He would like to invite you as a guest on his talk show, "In the Author's Corner with Etienne." Here's his booking protocol if you would like to share your story:
Recap: Prayer, Praise & Poetry in the Park
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Copyright 2014 Theresa Harvard Johnson
I must admit, I’m not an outdoors person. However, when the Lord directs your steps it only takes seconds to forget about yourself and realize how privileged you are to be a part of plan for reconciliation. Within minutes of driving into the park, the weather and my preference for indoor ministry vanished. My spirit man immediately went into intercession as I anticipated the afternoon’s activities and continued to ask God to use us to release his glory, his love.
Next Mentoring Session: Monday, August 25!
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SCRIBES! GUESS WHAT? We are having our next IMMERSION MENTORING & SPIRITUAL GOAL SETTING SESSION on MONDAY, AUGUST 25 @ 9PM EST via teleconference call. To join the call, simply complete the online membership form. To participate in the online accountability group, simply create an account, login and join the discussions!
Yes, it's free.
You may also listen to several of our publicly posted teachings. (CLICK HERE) I pray that you are blessed by our encounters with Father. We are BREAKING THROUGH! Scribes, please be encouraged and know that THE FINISH LINE IS AHEAD! Let 2014 be the YEAR that you complete what God has placed in your hand! These sessions are strategically designed to ENCOURAGE YOU, HELP YOU BREAK THROUGH WRITER'S BLOCK, OVERCOME WRITING ANXIETY & FEAR, and so much more.
Book Review: God Speaks
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Teresa Robbins, Author
Book Review by Theresa Harvard Johnson
For the prophetic scribe writing is not a process. It is an act of obedience. It is the acknowledgement that God speaks into the innermost recesses of the heart, releasing his way and his will. Prophetic writing is the result of this speaking and the urgency roaring and raging within the scribe that says “go and tell.”
Jeremiah described it this way: “But if I say, I won’t think about him, I won’t speak in his name any more,” then it seems as though a fire is burning in my heart, imprisoned in my bones; I wear myself out trying to hold it in, but I just can’t do it.”
Book Review: Come Forth
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Angela M Renfroe, Author
Book reviewed by Theresa Harvard Johnson
Reading collections of poetry can be mundane and a bit lethargic. Lovers of the genre will tell you quickly that it can often be difficult connecting with a poem or following a collection logically – especially those written by believers. Why? Because many creative scribes have not learned to follow Holy Spirit’s leading into weaving poetry into testimonies of deliverance, declarations of His power or instructions that promote transformation. This poetic collection is mature, firm for the harvest.
You see, every seasoned prophetic poet is a storyteller. And every seasoned storyteller has a burden to convey the heart of God.