Cheryl Velk

In solitude and togetherness, living the poetry and trying to put it into words.

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Faith and Art: Winter Work

“It is the glory of God to conceal things, but the glory of kings is to search things out.” Proverbs 25:2 Last night, I wrestled for hours for words that refused to come. There were all sorts of things I could have said, including things I’ve said before. And all sorts of lines I could have quoted. But not a single one crystallized what I’d been trying to pull out […]

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Faith and Art: Why Do We Write?

Why we write is a fair question, especially when we put the word “Christian” in front of the word “writer.” I wrote this piece last summer (July 2019). So close now to releasing the book I allude to in it, here I am stepping out into clearer view. May this first post be a reminder to never forget my first love. Why do we write? There are so many perfectly […]

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