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Christian Fiction Author Features and Profiles

Below you'll find feature stories, profiles and Q&A's with many of your favorite Christian authors We include authors who write in all the major fiction genres including Amish, historical, suspense, speculative, romance, contemporary, young adult, children's and comics. Just click on any of the titles below to read the full feature and to learn more about each author!
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(December 2011)
"I love the fact that in addition to teaching me things, [books] can transport me to a different time and place."
 
(December 2011)
"To write faith based mysteries is pure joy."
 
(December 2011)
"Not only do my stories affirm and encourage other Christians, but they get passed to unbelievers too who see faith in action in my stories."
 
(December 2011)
The author explains the inspiration and intent of his Chronicles of the Nephilim, a new speculative fiction series set during ancient Bible events.
 
(December 2011)
"Like Forrest Gump who was happy running and running, God has inspired me to write throughout my entire life..."
 
(December 2011)
"I find that it’s through my writing that God speaks to me and shows me what I need to know to continue on my path with Him."
 
C.J. Darlington
(December 2011)
"We want [our movies] to be authentic, about real people who aren’t perfect."
 
Ben Avery
(December 2011)
"It is a message of hope, in this world when so many of our youth come to believe they have no value, that they can’t make a difference, and that there is nothing to live for."
 
Rel Mollet
(December 2011)
Contemporary stories remind us of the struggles we face, the highs and lows of life and who we really are.
 
(December 2011)
"I use storytelling as an opportunity for me to work out some of my faith-related questions, doubts, ideas, and hopes."
 
(December 2011)
"My stories are usually about forgiveness, one of my favorite themes."
 
(December 2011)
"I wonder sometimes if there isn’t anything more important to a Christian than knowing that his or her experiences in life have meant something, and that God can turn them into something good."
 
(December 2011)
"I tried to get away from the idea that it’s all about eternal love to the idea that it’s all about redemption."
 
Rel Mollet
(December 2011)
With passion and purpose, born of personal experience and keen observation, decorated warrior Maj. Jeff Struecker, military brat Ronie Kendig and former JAG officer Don Brown write thrilling military adventures of sacrifice, heroism and heartache.
 
(December 2011)
"In essence, Christian novelists are farmers: they plant seeds for eternity."
 
(December 2011)
"They don’t anticipate stories about people struggling with issues like violence, homelessness, and keeping your faith when the whole world seems against you."
 
(December 2011)
"I got discouraged in college, where I was told 'Writers are born, not made.' I believed that for a long time."
 
(December 2011)
"God pursues us with a relentless and jealous love. He’s by far my greatest inspiration in writing romance."
 
(December 2011)
"I try to be honest and convey that even if you have a steady faith, the emotions that can come because of life circumstances can be very up and down."
 
(December 2011)
"With our backgrounds in the law and law enforcement, we have witnessed up close and personal God’s protection of us."
 

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