We are so thankful you are interested in attending NGCWC2018.
A little about your hosts:
Eva Marie Everson One of the original five members of Word Weavers, Eva Marie is a multiple award-winning, best-selling author and speaker. Known as a Southern fiction writer and Bible scholar, Eva Marie teaches at writers conferences, has spoken in churches and special events for women across the country and Canada. Some of Eva Marie's most notable works are: Reflections of God's Holy Land; Sex, Lies, and the Media, The Potluck Club (series); Things Left Unspoken; The Cedar Key series; Waiting for Sunrise; Unconditional (novelization of the movie by the same title), The Road to Testament; and Five Brides. In the autumn of 2016, she had two books release: The Bipolar Experience (written for LeeAnn Jefferies) and God Bless Us Every One. She worked with Eric Eichinger on the biography of Olympic champion and missionary to China, Eric Liddell (Chariots of Fire) for Tyndale Publishing, which releases in 2017. Also releasing in 2017 is Eva Marie's second novel for Tyndale, The One True Love of Alice-Ann. Eva Marie is the president of Word Weavers International, the acquisitions editor for Firefly Southern Fiction, and a freelance workshop leader for AAA. Eva Marie lives with her husband in Central Florida where they are owned by one short dog. She is a mother and a grandmother.
Mark T. Hancock began his career founding a national advertising agency and running it for fifteen years. His conversion to Christ led him into ministry as a Youth and College Pastor, Associate Pastor, Homeless Ministry Director and Global Event Director for an international ministry, organizing events on five continents. He holds two Masters Degrees in the Mental Health Counseling field, having spent a number of years in private practice, and has taught at secular and Christian colleges. An award-winning writer and conference speaker, he serves as Chief Executive Officer of Trail Life USA and lives near Greenville, SC with his wife of 30 years, and two sons.