What are the
in the question?
Freedom is to be in possession of oneself.' To what extent is this statement true with reference to your prescribed text.
Rephrase the question to form your thesis statement
Liberty offers you the choice to exercise dominion over your life but that can be restricted by external forces.
To give your entry the best chance of winning, you may want to consider having your writing professionally critiqued, edited, and/or proofread. (NOTE: This is only a suggestion; it is not a requirement for submission to the contest.)
The difference between creative writers and the rest of the people is the ability of the former to stir up the creativity deposit in them. Essay writing is the best way for one to discover how creative they can get.
The un-figured out-ness of my life isn’t limited to my future plans, either. People tell me I have my faith all figured out as well—but, of course, I don’t. Well, it depends on how you define “figured out,” I guess. I know that God is up in Heaven watching me write this essay. I know Jesus is why I’m going to join God in Heaven one of these days, even though I deserve Hell. And I know that the Holy Spirit lives in me. But other than that, I have no clue. Do I love God? Really love God? What are my motives for living how I live, believing what I believe? Guilt, fear of punishment, want of reward? Am I living how Jesus wants me to live? How exactly does Jesus want me to live?
Because I believe in the power, impact, and influence of Christian writers’ conferences, and the Mount Hermon conference in particular, I am holding a contest again this year in which the prize is a full scholarship to the (an $897 value!).
The winner of this contest will receive full payment of conference registration, meals during the conference, and economy lodging forthe Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference, held in the Santa Cruz Mountains near San Jose, California, March 25–31, 2015. For details about the conference, visit .
Although Utmost Christian Writers concerns itself mainly with offering support to poets, we also have an extensive list of markets for other Christian writers—those who write fiction, non-fiction, personal experience articles, essays, etc.