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Christian Authors Guild

2018 CAG Meeting Monday, April 2nd

Guest speaker Susan Schulz will present “Writing Devotionals.”

Susan Browning Schulz is a Bible Teacher, Author, Wife, and Mom. A passionate women’s ministry leader for over 26 years. She mentor’s women and leads conferences across the southeast. Susan writes monthly nonprofit features for Around About Local Media (Around Canton, Around Woodstock, Around Acworth, and the Townelaker), is a regular contributor for Light from the Word devotional, and has publishing credits in numerous anthologies, such as a Guideposts series on Extraordinary Answers to Prayer, as well as online and print articles. She also writes Bible studies with a focus on hearing God through his magnificent word called The Listening Heart. An empty-nester, Susan lives and plays on the Etowah River in Canton, Georgia, with her artist husband who spins a potter’s wheel.


All live (and lively) meetings of CAG are held at Prayer & Praise Christian Fellowship 6409 Bells Ferry Rd., Woodstock, GA 30189. We meet at 7 PM on the first Monday of each month.


Next CAG meeting will be Monday, April 2

2018 membership is open for new and renewing CAG members. Join for all of 2018 for $30. See Payments at the top of this page.Word Weavers Logo

Many of our CAG members are also members of Word Weavers International. Word Weavers is a critique group that is essential for writers to advance in their craft. The Woodstock chapter meets on the third Monday of each month at the same location as CAG.  Annual dues for WW Woodstock chapter is $45 and may be paid at

Upcoming Guest Speakers for CAG

May 7 – Karen Nolan Bell – “When Your Writing Ministry Isn’t About Writing”


The next meeting of the Woodstock chapter of Word Weavers International will be Monday, March 19. Please arrive by 6:30 if you have something to be critiqued.



CAG Spotlight Podcast

Member Cynthia L. Simmons spotlights Sharon Norris Elliot on getting published.>