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Book discusses salvation

EdDee Foy has published a new book, ěThings That Accompany Salvation,î through Derek Press in Cleveland, Tenn.
In a press release, she asks, ěHave you ever wondered how a few Christians have genuine joy all the time while other are continuously stressed and seldom smile? According to the Book of Hebrews, the difference is in the ëThings that Accompany Salvation.í The Lord does not call us to be ëaverage.í He calls us to spiritual maturity, overflowing fullness, and abounding in good works. Godís children are blessed in harmony of body, soul, and spirit.î
EdDee and her husband, Charley, a retired pastor, live in Salisbury. She was a Bible teacher for more than 35 years. She is an associate instructor at Piedmont Bible School. She twice won the Virginia State Family Training Hour Director of the Year award. She has published songs with Tennessee Music and Printing Co. and is Christian education director at Sloan Lake in China Grove.
She will sign books Saturday, June 4, at Country Christian Books and Gifts, 409 S. Salisbury Ave., Granite Quarry, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
She will also sign at Christian Supply Shoppe at 2009 S. Cannon Blvd., Kannapolis, on June 11, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; and on July 15, at the Bible Bookstore in Salisbury, 314 S. Main St., from 6-9 p.m.
Writing classes and special events
The Writersí Workshop is offering classes for any level writer, which meet at Providence Presbyterian Church in Charlotte. Registration is in advance only, by mail or online at www.twwoa.org. For more information, contact writersw@gmail.com/828-254-8111.
June 4: Fiction Workshop with Dale Neal
Students will learn aspects of writing fiction for publication, and will engage in discussion and writing exercises during class. The instructor, Dale Neal, holds an MFA in creative writing from Warren Wilson College. His first novel, ěCow Across America,î won the 2009 Novello Literary Award and was shortlisted for Foreword Novel of the Year. He is an editor and columnist at the Asheville Citizen-Times. Meets Saturday, 12-5 pm.
June 4: Founderís Day Potluck and Readings ó Members and friends are invited to celebrate The Writersí Workshop 26th year. Bring a dish to share, your books for sale, and something to read. Please RSVP at least 48 hours in advance: writers@gmail.com/ 828-254-8111.
June 30 Deadline: Hard Times Contest óWrite about a difficult experience in your life, how you overcame this obstacle, and how you were changed by it. Winning stories will be chosen for originality and creative writing style. Stories should be previously unpublished, and should not exceed 5,000 words (double-spaced, 12 point font).
Multiple entries are accepted. Your name, address, email, phone and title of work should also appear on a cover sheet. Enclose a self-addressed, self-sealing stamped envelope for critique and list of winners, and the reading fee of $25 (or $20 for Workshop members) per entry. Please make check or money order payable to Writersí Workshop, and send to: Hard Times Contest, 387 Beaucatcher Road, Asheville, N.C. 28805.
Emailed submissions may be sent to writersw@gmail.com, with “Hard Times Contest” in the subject. Entry fee is payable online at www.twwoa.org.

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