I'm on vacation this week so I thought I would let the great Charles M. Schulz, master storyteller, teach us something about what faith looks like in a writer:  Before you can get a reader to believe in what you're writing, YOU'VE got to believe it -- with your heart and soul the way Sally does here.  So many of Schultz's comic strips are about the power of imagination, finding your own voice, and changing the narrative of your life. Schultz would know about those things. After all, he wrote every day, and told stories every day, and got us to care every day.  In case you haven't seen it, here's the trailer for the new  Peanuts movie  coming out at Christmas. So excited!

I'm on vacation this week so I thought I would let the great Charles M. Schulz, master storyteller, teach us something about what faith looks like in a writer:

Before you can get a reader to believe in what you're writing, YOU'VE got to believe it -- with your heart and soul the way Sally does here.

So many of Schultz's comic strips are about the power of imagination, finding your own voice, and changing the narrative of your life. Schultz would know about those things. After all, he wrote every day, and told stories every day, and got us to care every day.

In case you haven't seen it, here's the trailer for the new Peanuts movie coming out at Christmas. So excited!

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