By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. John 13:35
What Is Soul Conversations?
Liz Ciccone, award-winning Minnesota writer and the founder of Soul Conversations, follows the motto of her favorite cartoon character Maxine with respect to her faith: "Live our lives in Christ in such
a way, that when our feet hit the floor in the morning
the devil shudders and says, "Oh, crap! THEY'RE AWAKE!"
Greetings from Soul Conversations! Publisher of Christian prose fiction.....but the work Soul Conversations doesn't end there. Soul Conversations passion for its testimony of Jesus Christ, its strong belief in God's Word, being equipped by the Holy Spirit through bible study and lay servant work and fellowship with God goes beyond the Christian prose fiction it publishes. It works for social justice by bringing attention to religious persecution in restricted and hostile nations through speaking engagements about The Voice of the Martyrs (www.persecution.com), of which Liz is a volunteer with the Social Voice, just one of the many tools that The Voice of the Martyrs has in its effort to educate and and provide ways to help our Christian brothers and sisters in chains around the world.
In each one of us, we have power through God and through the Holy Spirit to effect change in the lives of every persecuted believer of our Lord and Savior. Check out
www.persecution.com and order your free copy of The Voice of the Martyrs newsletter, request your free copy of Tortured for Christ by Pastor Richard Wurmbrand or check out their Outreach Opportunities to learn how you can help our Christian
brothers and sisters of the persecuted church!
In merging selected poems Liz writes into the presentations she gives, she communicates a clear understanding of the effects persecution has on humanity and the outreach programs we can use to help those who suffer under it.
Liz Ciccone's writing stands in the company of such authors as Lebonese-American born philosopher and author Khalil Gibran and missionary/author Hannah Hurnard, the visual writers of their time.