Maranatha Christian Writers' Conference | Plan now to join us for next year, September 27-29, 2018.

This year’s conference is now over, and what a celebration!


Plan now to join us for next year, September 27-29, 2018.

Why Attend This Conference in 2017?

Classroom-4483If you can attend only one writers’ conference this year, why should the Maranatha Christian Writers’ Conference be the one?

This conference recognizes the rapidly changing nature of today’s publishing world, and equips you to prosper in it. This year’s theme, “Let’s Celebrate!” allows us to reflect on our 40 year history, see all the changes that have taken place, and be prepared for the newest trends in the publishing world.



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Den, Verna, Del-0647Comments from past Maranatha Christian Writers’ Conference attendees.

“Maranatha Writers’ Conference provides inspiration, instruction and take-home materials. It keeps me going and growing as a writer.” “If you even think you would like to write but don’t know how or  where to begin, here is your answer. MCWC presents a broad spectrum of techniques, structure, and ideas. The teachers are Christ-centered, professional, knowledgeable and very helpful. You’ll like it.”

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Details & Directions


Maranatha Bible & Missionary Conference
4759 Lake Harbor
Muskegon, MI 49441
Call 231-798-2161
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View Larger Map Maranatha Bible and Missionary Conference 4759 Lake Harbor Road Muskegon, Michigan 49441 phone: 231-798-2161 fax: 231-798-2152

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"A writer sits before a stack of empty pages as God stood before an empty world. It is an awesome privilege—to participate with God in the creative act. Those empty pages represent our earth, the world of our not-yet-born story, formless and empty. And we have the opportunity to create on those pages a world filled with light and life. A world that mirrors and interprets for our readers God’s creation so long ago, that explains and organizes meaning and insight and emotion. That points the way. We have the privilege of becoming secondary creators who draw our readers closer to the Original Creator." David Lambert, from the Christian Writers Guild’s fiction curriculum, lesson one Learn More