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CAG Spotlight: Getting Published

May 17, 2014
Writer and Speaker

 

Jane Rubietta and Cynthia discuss the best way to get published. For more information go to www.writetopublish.com or http://www.christianauthorsguild.org/2014-writers-conference/
Jane’s bio:
To portray what happens when Jane steps in front of a microphone is to illustrate electricity. To call it “speaking” is one-dimensional! Audiences describe her speaking as mesmerizing, deeply spiritual, funny, vulnerable, dramatic, and personal.

“Disarmingly real,” as one reviewer put it, Jane’s passion is to see people’s hearts restored by the knowledge of the truth: that God absolutely delights in them, that God is crazy about them, that God would give everything on earth to make sure they know they are loved. The problem is, she says, “that we have lost our hearts. We are so busy stamping out fires and tending to a thousand urgencies every day, that we don’t remember, don’t notice, that our hearts have gotten trampled somewhere in all the stamping.” 

“I believe that every issue we face – whether busyness, failure, shame, transitions – every issue is intended to lead us to God,” she says. “Our tendency is to let our problems separate us from God and one another – but instead, they can become tools to allow us to deepen our spiritual lives, and to in turn change the world!” 

Jane speaks internationally and ecumenically, inviting her audiences to tumble into Jesus’ arms and find the love they’ve been looking for.

Don’t miss her newest release, Come Along: The Journey into a More Intimate Faith. Other books include Come Closer: A Call to Life, Love, and Breakfast on the Beach, Resting Place: A Personal Guide to Spiritual Retreat, the award-winning Grace Points: Growth and Guidance in Times of Change (InterVarsity Press, 2004), How to Keep the Pastor You Love(IVP, 2002), the award-winning Quiet PlacesStill Waters (a Gold Medallion Nominee), Between Two Gardens (Bethany House, 2001). With Shirley Mitchell, Jane co-authored Fabulous after 50 (New Leaf Press, 2000) andSensational After 60 (New Leaf Press, 2005). She co-authored with Lois Evans Stones of Remembrance: A Rock-Hard Faith in Rock-Hard Places.

Jane writes on assignment for Focus on the FamilyIndeed, and Fullfill, and is a regular contributing author for Today’s Christian Woman. Hundreds of her articles have appeared in magazines such as HomeLife,PhysicianSignificant LivingMomSenseFullfillLifeWiseMoodyPlus,Christianity TodayChristian ReaderThe LookoutDecision, and others.

Contact Jane at www.JaneRubietta.com
Contact Cynthia  at Heart of the Matter Radio: Cynthia@clsimmons.com

1 Comment

  • Reply Dominik December 13, 2015 at 1:23 pm

    I always enjoy Seth’s itshgins as a breath of fresh air especially with CBS embracing people like Billy Packer, whose over-stated commentary got old quickly then his replacement Clark Kellogg’s his faux-Clyde routine One of the things Seth conveniently forgets is that some of the cupcake games are regionally politically correct I think that UCONN being on the bubble might be more of a reality with Coach Calhoun’s medical leave of absence Coach Blainey was a genius hire but he’s not Coach Calhoun I am hoping the American Sports Vatican (aka Notre Dame) falls off that bubble they need to establish a reputation of athletic excellence, not just a memory of the Digger Days !!!Glad to see someone speaking nationally about Da Hall and I agree with his evalaution !!!Lastly, I certainly hope Duke’s Singler stays for his senior year it will help the team and recognize that he’s not an NBA calibre player now and might never be

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