shawna coleing

writer / speaker

Work in Progress



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Latest Posts

Sorry, I’ve Been Writing

I thought it was about time I add an update about that writing experiment I was talking about before. It’s been over a year now since it all began and[…]

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December 14, 2020 0
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Phase Two: I’m Pulling Back the Curtain

I sometimes fall into the trap of reevaluating what I’m doing so often that I never get anything done. Changing your mind isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but there is[…]

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October 25, 2019 0
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Work in Progress: Stats (because data is addictive)

Photo credit: Amador Loureiro It’s surprising to me that I have ended up writing — and loving it (and when I say love I mean love/hate). I was never good[…]

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July 3, 2019 0

Short Stories

I Sinned, And This is What it Looks Like

A retelling of the story of the story of the Good Samaratain

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The One That Was Saved

A retelling of the story of the Good Samaratain

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A poem about Jericho

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One Small Thing

A retelling of the story Gideon for children

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Out of the Ordinary

OUT OF THE ORDINARY DEVOTIONS: A parents guide to using Minecraft as a devotional tool. ~ What if you could use your kids favourite secular games to teach them about God? And what if those same games became a doorway for them to interact with the world in a Godly way?

The purpose of ‘Out of the Ordinary Devotions’ is to teach parents to guide their children to do just that. With this book you will be given examples of how to use Minecraft to teach your children Biblical principles. You will also find exercises to do with your children that teaches them how to hear God for themselves. And it doesn’t have to stop at Minecraft. These are lessons that can be applied to anything your children might be playing or reading. Learn More

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