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  1. THREE “BE’s” OF GET’ER DONE LEADERS

    Written by Chip Tudor - Aug. 23, 2019

    Do you lead people that get things done? Here are three “BE’s” of Get’er Done Leaders.

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  2. FINDING GOD IN TRAGEDIES

    Written by Chip Tudor - Aug. 15, 2019

    Tragedies naturally raise the question: Why does God allow tragedies? Where is God in the midst of tragedies? This article addresses those questions. .

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  3. FOUR LESSONS FROM THE BIBLICAL STORY OF NOAH’S ARK

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jul. 30, 2019

    The Biblical story of Noah’s Ark is more than a children’s Bible Story. Here are four lessons the story of Noah’s Ark has for all of us.

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  4. A Humorous Scene From The Detective Novel Soul Pursuit

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jul. 06, 2019

    Looking for a quick, humorous book to read? My detective novel, Soul Pursuit is fast-paced, entertaining and inspirational. Here’s a scene from one of the chapters to grab your interest. Check out the five-star reviews on amazon then buy a copy and enjoy it yourself.

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  5. Signs Of An Uncommon Christian Life

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jun. 22, 2019

    There are visible signs to an uncommon Christian life. Not perfect. But authentic and distinct. Here are three that mark a real follower of Jesus Christ.

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  6. Creating Compelling Characters For Mystery Novels

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jun. 08, 2019

    A good mystery novel presents a mind boggling puzzle that you piece together clue by clue. A great mystery novel also presents compelling characters. One of my favorite mystery story characters is Inspector Jacques Clouseau. I laugh at his zany, slap stick ineptness and yet, he always successfully solves the mystery I can’t figure out […]

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  7. Writing Subplots In Detective Novels

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jun. 02, 2019

    Now that you’ve worked out the main plot for your mystery thriller, crime or detective novel, consider adding subplots.

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