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a lift-the-flap board book for ages 2-5,

written by Sally Clark


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Focus on the Family - Faith Conversations for Couples

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, August 7, 2016
Focus on the Family Magazine - Faith Conversations for Couples
 
Theme: Faith Conversations for Couples (couples devotions and conversation starters) on the topic of Valentine's Day or Hebrews 13:4 (for the Feb./Mar. issue of Focus on the Family magazine).
 
Format: Scripture (please use ESV), Three questions to prompt conversation, Brief insight or practical life application (not simply an observation about the Scripture itself).
For examples, see "Faith Conversations for Couples" at the bottom of this page: Family Faith Archive.
 
General ideas for the three questions: Question to help couples know their spouse better (question that makes the reader say, “I wonder how my spouse would answer this.” Question that ties to the topic of the insight/application paragraph (sort of a transition between the other two questions) Question to lead to deeper discussion of the topic (inspire personal reflection or action) Questions should be phrased as though couples are asking them of each other (not you as the writer asking the reader). If the question could initiate an argument, it’s not a great question.
 
Notes: In the application paragraph, we often seek to connect the Scripture verse to marriage. However, if there’s no natural connection, then it’s best not to try to force a connection. The main point is that we’re encouraging couples to grow closer together as they think about and discuss matters of faith. So the emphasis of these conversations is on the couple’s shared faith journey.
 
Word Count: 150 words per devotion (excluding Scripture), Rights: All rights, Payment: $50 per devotion, on acceptance, Due date: Aug. 24, 2016, Audience: Married couples with children in the home (but the topic is marriage, not parenting), Byline: Yes — in print and online, Submission: If interested, please respond to Web.Features@fotf.org Attn: Troy – Feb 'For Marriage' and put "Attn: Troy – Feb 'For Marriage'" in the subject line. Note: You must include the subject line as it appears here or the submission will not reach the appropriate editor for consideration.)
 



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Focus on the Family - Faith Conversations for Couples

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, August 7, 2016
Focus on the Family Magazine - Faith Conversations for Couples
 
Theme: Faith Conversations for Couples (couples devotions and conversation starters) on the topic of Valentine's Day or Hebrews 13:4 (for the Feb./Mar. issue of Focus on the Family magazine).
 
Format: Scripture (please use ESV), Three questions to prompt conversation, Brief insight or practical life application (not simply an observation about the Scripture itself).
For examples, see "Faith Conversations for Couples" at the bottom of this page: Family Faith Archive.
 
General ideas for the three questions: Question to help couples know their spouse better (question that makes the reader say, “I wonder how my spouse would answer this.” Question that ties to the topic of the insight/application paragraph (sort of a transition between the other two questions) Question to lead to deeper discussion of the topic (inspire personal reflection or action) Questions should be phrased as though couples are asking them of each other (not you as the writer asking the reader). If the question could initiate an argument, it’s not a great question.
 
Notes: In the application paragraph, we often seek to connect the Scripture verse to marriage. However, if there’s no natural connection, then it’s best not to try to force a connection. The main point is that we’re encouraging couples to grow closer together as they think about and discuss matters of faith. So the emphasis of these conversations is on the couple’s shared faith journey.
 
Word Count: 150 words per devotion (excluding Scripture), Rights: All rights, Payment: $50 per devotion, on acceptance, Due date: Aug. 24, 2016, Audience: Married couples with children in the home (but the topic is marriage, not parenting), Byline: Yes — in print and online, Submission: If interested, please respond to Web.Features@fotf.org Attn: Troy – Feb 'For Marriage' and put "Attn: Troy – Feb 'For Marriage'" in the subject line. Note: You must include the subject line as it appears here or the submission will not reach the appropriate editor for consideration.)
 



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