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Christian Authors on Tour and TAKE ACTION! Publishing are launching a professional development and networking group for anyone interested in using writing as a tool for Christian ministry.

CLICK HERE to learn how you can join The Christian AOT Network!  If you join by December 31, 2011, you will receive a huge discount toward your 2012 membership! 

"Thank you so much for taking the time to visit The Christian AOT Network. This website gives you just a glimpse of the many different types of services, supports and perks available to our members. I do hope you take advantage of the Early Bird Special and join us in our effort to provide high-quality, structured professional development opportunities for anyone interested in using writing as a tool for Christian ministry.  The primary goal of The Christian AOT Network is to equip writers with the skills and support to impact the world for Christ!"

Lynn Pinder
Chief Visionary Officer

CLICK HERE to read a Christmas message from Lynn Pinder!

Give Us Your Input - Take the Christian AOT Survey!

Take a moment and answer a seven question survey to help us develop The Christian AOT Network. Your input is greatly appreciated!

CLICK HERE to take survey
CALLING ALL College Students between the ages of 18 - 26!
Uniting Writers to Impact the World for Christ!
"Just as God makes animals with different strengths and weaknesses, He makes people the same way. God made us to be dependent not only on Him but also on one another. The apostle Paul elaborated on this idea in his letter to the church in Corinth. As members of the body of Christ, we have different gifts and abilities. [1 Cor. 12:12-31].

The church is healthy only when we work together, look out for each other, and use our strengths to benefit one another.

Help us, Lord, to work together

With the gifts that You bestow;

Give us unity of purpose

As we serve You here below. -Sper

We can go a lot further together than we can alone!"

-Excerpted from Zebras and Wildebeests by Julie Ackerman Link, a writer for Our Daily Bread.