Contest Results: "My People Israel" Writing Competition
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Writing Contest Results Announced

The judges have spoken and the results have been tallied. Congratulations to the winners of our first writing competition:


First Place
Amazing Grace by Mary McKinney

Second Place
The Incident by Sara-Beth Ott

Third Place
Thoughts Before I Sleep by Maria Taormina

Honorable Mention
Athalia by Edith Edremoda

 Honorable Mention
United for Peace by Jim McKinney

Honorable Mention
So What Happened to the Rocket, Grandpa? by Boma Somiari

 Honorable Mention
Called Up by Rachel Crow

Honorable Mention
A Child of War by Robert Newstrand

As promised, we are compiling an eBook which will be offered free to all interested which will showcase these winning entries; we are sure you will enjoy the wide array of talent represented in these fictional stories relevant to the times in which we live. Watch for an announcement within the next couple weeks with a link to your free copy!

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Thank you again to all who participated and to our judges for investing their time and input in this first competition. Watch for future contests related to “My People Israel” as we build awareness for our love for and support of Israel during these troubled times.

John Daugherty

I’m a congregational leader of a messianic congregation in Tucson AZ. I love Yeshua (Jesus) with everything I’ve got!–or at least that’s my goal! I’m consumed with spreading His fame around the globe and seeing His Name on the lips of every tongue, tribe, nation and people group.

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