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Exposition, the newly-formed Unique writing group met for the first time last Friday evening. Here's a report from one of their members (and frequent commentator on blogs!) Irene Mooney.


Exposition.....when I first heard that Jacqui Webber-Gant was about to start a writers group within the Unique women’s ministry...I immediately thought....Oh yes...that’s for me.!!!..As someone who has always written...letters.... cards....lists....notes...and more recently a blog...it appealed to me to see what God would do with a group of women ..passionate about God and passionate about writing.... At our first meeting Jacqui shared her vision and I was caught up in the excitement of where this could lead to.....Jacqui talked about how we were looking to....
1) find our voice
2) pray for and speak prophetically to one another
3) expect to grow in gifting and anointing
4) expect to change lives through the words that we write
5) discipline and accountability

We spent a bit of time writing....as you would expect .....and it was interesting to discover right at the outset how we are all different....and how we all have differing styles and ideas.....and as you would expect from someone like Jacqui who has a teaching background...we have been given ...homework...oh yes.!!!
The group is in its infancy so don’t be nervous about coming along
irene mooney



They will be meeting again on February 6th. Contact Exposition for more details or to express interest in joining the group.

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