Lost Pen Magazine

God has a plan for you and your message. Did you know that? Someone, maybe right next to you or even across the world, is waiting to hear what you have to share:

“But how can they call on him to save them unless they believe in him? And how can they believe in him if they have never heard about him? And how can they hear about him unless someone tells them?” (Romans 10:14, NLT)

Maybe you are a new writer or an aspiring author. Maybe you think that your dream of publishing is impossible or that no one would be interested in what you have to share.

What if I told you that you are wrong?


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I believe that God is very concerned about your heart’s desire. Not because it’s your heart’s desire, per se, but because if yours is a Kingdom message, then it’s actually His message, which means it’s a message He wants to be shared.

Maybe you’re concerned that you don’t have the right skills or you doubt the quality of your work. Maybe you’re afraid to share your work because you fear being criticized or having your worst fear realized—getting proof that what you produce really isn’t as good as you’d hoped.

Truthfully, even experienced creatives rarely create something of quality on the first (or even the second or third) try. Quality takes time, patience, dedication, and even more patience. Being an artist (or a creative) requires humility because we have to keep striving and working until we get it right. That means falling on our faces and learning from our mistakes. The good news is that God’s not in a rush, and He will lovingly pick us up when we fall and walk with us every step of the way until we and our works are ready.

That’s where the Lost Pen Magazine comes in.


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Our passion is working with creatives of all types and in all genres. Our specialty is writing (fiction, poetry, articles, devotionals, testimonies, etc.), but we seek out and welcome visual art and other art forms. After all, it takes a variety of content to produce a great magazine!

The best part is that LPM welcomes new and less experienced creatives. If you read my story, you’ll see that I spent many years learning the ropes of writing, blogging, and publishing, and, believe me, I ate a lot of humble pie! But that’s what makes me sensitive to those who feel insecure about their ability or terrified about sharing their work.

LPM’s mission is to inspire, encourage, and mobilize Christian creatives to pursue with passion and confidence their God-given purpose: to glorify Him, serve the Church, and reach the world using our gifts. We are a Kingdom-driven ministry and invite Christian creatives to see their spiritual gifts as having a global purpose that can, in God’s hands, change and transforms lives.

Don’t you want to be a part of that?

Click Issue 1, Issue 2, and Issue 3 to download your free copies.

For more information about LPM’s purpose, feel free to visit our “Six Questions” interview, hosted by Jim Harrington, here. Also, you can also check out our Spotlight Blog for more inspirational content.

For information on how to submit your work, visit our Submissions page.

To find us on social media, please visit our Linktree.

If you have questions or comments, please reach out! You can email us at fwritingservices@gmail.com.

2 replies »

  1. Dyane,
    I just finished reading the powerful Article in Challies.com. called:

    “Why Social Justice is Not Biblical Justice.”
    Incredibly powerful and amazingly well written. I need this book. I have relatives and friends struggling on both sides of this matter and I need to learn how to graciously engage in the conversation. Thank you Soooooooo much for sharing this link with us.

    Liked by 1 person

    • I’m so glad to hear that! I felt strongly last night that I should share that post, and I feel like I now know why. I think, like me and you, Christians need this information to avoid confusion and falling into traps. Thanks for your feedback!


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