What does success look like for Christian authors?

Here are the show notes for the most recent episode of the Christian Publishing Show.

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As authors, it is easy to get destination fever, where we are so focused on the destination that we fail to enjoy the journey. What does it mean to be a success as a Christian author? Should we measure ourselves the same way secular authors measure themselves? 

To help us answer this question, we will be talking with the bestselling and Christy hall-of-fame author James L. Rubart.

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5 Responses to What does success look like for Christian authors?

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    Andrew Budek-Schmeisser February 11, 2020 at 7:49 am #

    As a measure of success
    an aeroplane would be nice,
    and in an ancient rusted mess
    God took my advice.
    It came upon a flatbed truck,
    and had not flown in scores of years;
    and after I had hailed my luck,
    I sat down and had five beers.
    Now will come the endless days
    of cut, replace, and mend,
    making skills of bygone days,
    and their tools, my friends,
    for when God’s word we try to heed
    He will give us what we need.

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    Deborah Raney February 11, 2020 at 8:45 am #

    This was pure gold. Thank you so much, Thomas and Jim. I’m bookmarking this one to listen to again and again.

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    Lori Hatcher February 11, 2020 at 3:26 pm #

    You have given us a priceless gift here. Thank you, Thomas and Jim.

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    James L. Rubart February 13, 2020 at 5:59 pm #

    Very welcome, Lori. 🙂

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