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Red Sea – Craft(Sticker) – SundaySchoolist from Moses Crafts For Sunday School, source:SundaySchoolist
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Baby Moses paper plate craft Let their light shine! from Moses Crafts For Sunday School, source:Let their light shine!
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Sunday School Surprise!! Life with Rory from Moses Crafts For Sunday School, source:Life with Rory – WordPress.com
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Baby Moses Children’s Bible lesson – Trueway Kids from Moses Crafts For Sunday School, source:Trueway Kids
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Moses: The Bronze Snake Bible Fun For Kids from Moses Crafts For Sunday School, source:Bible Fun For Kids
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Sunday School Crafts: Moses and the Parting of the Red Sea … from Moses Crafts For Sunday School, source:Blessings Overflowing
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Baby Moses paper plate craft Let their light shine! from Moses Crafts For Sunday School, source:Let their light shine!
3d floating baby moses craft kit makes 12 a2 fltr
3D Floating Baby Moses Craft Kit – Makes 12 from Moses Crafts For Sunday School, source:Oriental Trading

35 Outstanding Writing Conferences in October 2021 35 Outstanding Writing Conferences in October 2021 This October there are nearly three dozen outstanding writing conferences. You can attend workshops, presentations, readings, discussions, lectures, and critiques via Zoom. Some are also offering workshops in person. This October there are nearly three dozen outstanding writing conferences. You can attend workshops, presentations, readings, discussions, lectures, and critiques via Zoom. Some are also offering workshops in person. Conferences are not only the best way to meet agents, get tips from other writers, and learn about the publishing industry, they make you feel like a writer. Conferences are not only the best way to meet agents, get tips from other writers, and learn about the publishing industry, they make you feel like a writer. Plan ahead! Conferences often offer scholarships, but these have deadlines and most close early. If one of these conferences interests you, put the deadline date on your calendar for next year. Plan ahead! Conferences often offer scholarships, but these have deadlines and most close early. If one of these conferences interests you, put the deadline date on your calendar for next year. For a full list of conferences, organized by month, see Writing Conferences. While nearly all of those are in the United States, you can find links on that page that will take you to world-wide conference lists. For a full list of conferences, organized by month, see Writing Conferences. While nearly all of those are in the United States, you can find links on that page that will take you to world-wide conference lists. _______________________ _______________________ Bookgardan: A Year’s Sustenance for Writers. October 1, 2021 — October 1, 2022: Keene, NY. “Devote a year to writing your book in community with an intimate group of dedicated writers, nurtured from start to finish by acclaimed author, seasoned editor, and literary mentor Kate Moses. The program opens and closes with week-long fall residency intensives at Craigardan, a secluded artists’ retreat set at a circa-1800s farm nestled in the Adirondack mountains of upstate New York. From the first residency onward Kate will provide writers the structure, tools, and guidance required to cultivate and nourish their manuscripts, with the goal of bringing projects to fruition (a full first draft, a revised draft, or meeting an individual goal) by program’s end. Throughout the year, writers will receive ongoing individual and group mentorship, one-on-one monthly conferences in response to their manuscript submissions, and take part in online craft tutorials, group seminars, interviews with published writers and publishing professionals, and other opportunities for connection with like-minded artists sharing in an often solitary endeavor. Bookgardan culminates twelve months later — once again syncing with the autumn harvest — with a second Craigardan residency focused on the business of writing and publishing, the sustenance of lasting fellowship, and a deserved celebration. Limited to a maximum of 6 participants each year.” Will be held online and in person. Bookgardan: A Year’s Sustenance for Writers. October 1, 2021 — October 1, 2022: Keene, NY. “Devote a year to writing your book in community with an intimate group of dedicated writers, nurtured from start to finish by acclaimed author, seasoned editor, and literary mentor Kate Moses. The program opens and closes with week-long fall residency intensives at Craigardan, a secluded artists’ retreat set at a circa-1800s farm nestled in the Adirondack mountains of upstate New York. From the first residency onward Kate will provide writers the structure, tools, and guidance required to cultivate and nourish their manuscripts, with the goal of bringing projects to fruition (a full first draft, a revised draft, or meeting an individual goal) by program’s end. Throughout the year, writers will receive ongoing individual and group mentorship, one-on-one monthly conferences in response to their manuscript submissions, and take part in online craft tutorials, group seminars, interviews with published writers and publishing professionals, and other opportunities for connection with like-minded artists sharing in an often solitary endeavor. Bookgardan culminates twelve months later — once again syncing with the autumn harvest — with a second Craigardan residency focused on the business of writing and publishing, the sustenance of lasting fellowship, and a deserved celebration. Limited to a maximum of 6 participants each year.” Will be held online and in person. The Loft’s Wordsmith Conference. October 2021, Minneapolis MN. “The conference is intended for those ready to pitch their work, those already with a book out or with an agent, and those who want to get more prepared to publish their work. It’s intended for prose writers and poets, genre and literary writers, beginning and advanced. In short, we are working hard to pull together a gathering that will feature meaningful sessions, workshops, one-on-one pitch and craft meetings, and networking opportunities for writers of all levels and genres.” Will be held online. The Loft’s Wordsmith Conference. October 2021, Minneapolis MN. “The conference is intended for those ready to pitch their work, those already with a book out or with an agent, and those who want to get more prepared to publish their work. It’s intended for prose writers and poets, genre and literary writers, beginning and advanced. In short, we are working hard to pull together a gathering that will feature meaningful sessions, workshops, one-on-one pitch and craft meetings, and networking opportunities for writers of all levels and genres.” Will be held online. Idaho Writers Guild Conference. October 1–2, 2021, Boise, Idaho. Meet with agents, editors, and authors. Panel discussions, workshops, and a keynote speaker. Your registration — $195 for IWG members, $225 for non-members. Canceled. Idaho Writers Guild Conference. October 1–2, 2021, Boise, Idaho. Meet with agents, editors, and authors. Panel discussions, workshops, and a keynote speaker. Your registration — $195 for IWG members, $225 for non-members. Canceled. Write on the Sound Writers’ Conference and Pre-Conference. Oct 1–3, 2021: Edmonds, WA. WOTS offers the opportunity to explore various writing craft techniques with nationally recognized industry professionals in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Will be held online. Write on the Sound Writers’ Conference and Pre-Conference. Oct 1–3, 2021: Edmonds, WA. WOTS offers the opportunity to explore various writing craft techniques with nationally recognized industry professionals in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Will be held online.

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