Got Twenty Minutes? Here’s The Entirety of Charlie Brown’s Thanksgiving
Tim Schurrer
By Tim Schurrer

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at Storyline. May today be filled with rest.

The Writing Mind: How to Find the Words
John Sowers
By John Sowers

“I never exactly made a book. It was rather like taking dictation” -CS Lewis

The first place I go to write is not my Mac. Or my typewriter. Or the yellow-lined notepad. I go somewhere else entirely. And I’m not exactly sure how to get there.

Other authors go there too. Philip Yancey says he only finds this place after he’s been alone in a cabin for a week, without shaving. Bob Goff puts on his Indiana Jones hat and goes excavating for buried treasure. Anne LaMott calls it…

4 Lessons From Lincoln – What We Can Learn From America’s Greatest President
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller

There was no renewed interest in Abraham Lincoln at the release of Steven Speilberg’s new film because an American interest in Abraham Lincoln has never waned. Lincoln is considered by me and by many America’s greatest leader. Daniel Day Lewis plays the President so wonderfully in the new film that he certainly deserves an Oscar, as does the movie itself. Missing from the film, however, is Lincoln’s darker side, the sad Lincoln, the tortured Lincoln his own letters reveal. But this wasn’t so much the focus of Spielberg’s film. The director wanted to tell the story of the passing of the thirteenth amendment, and he does this quite well. In fact, I would argue this is less a film about Lincoln and more…