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With Todd Starnes
Is it possible for a Christian writer to experience professional success in a secular newsroom? Fox News Channel’s Todd Starnes will talk about life as a Christian in today’s media world. He will share personal stories, discuss how to handle faith-issues in the newsroom, and provide guidelines on how to successfully be a light for Christ in journalism.
What does it mean to be a follower of Christ and a journalist? Todd takes you through his early journey and struggles as he tried to figure that out. He shares war stories from his days on a high school newspaper to his current life as a journalist in New York.
Todd gives you faith-based story ideas, tested in the fire, to pitch and write for secular newspapers and journals. These are a fantastic way to get published.
Todd shares more faith-based story ideas to help you get published in newspapers and news journals.
Why secular newspapers matter. Todd reaffirms his position that Christians need to be writing for secular publications. He also provides a list of great books, bloggers, and mentors who have helped him along the way.
Todd is an author and network reporter for Fox News Radio. He is a recipient of the Edward R. Murrow Award and the Associated Press Mark Twain Award for Storytelling. His first book, They Popped My Hood and Found Gravy on the Dipstick, is a best-seller. His second, Dispatches from Bitter America, released this summer.
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