Breaking News
Home / Samantha Arroyo

Samantha Arroyo

Samantha Arroyo
is a freelance writer and contract copywriter who lives in the seacoast region of New Hampshire with her husband, Eric-Thomas,of five years. She currently serves alongside her mother as the Marketing Director for God’s Girls Christian Store and More, a online retail store serving the southern New England region. Her work has been featured in several print and online publications, and she is the recipient of two Faithwriters’ Editors Choice Awards for her short stories, which are scheduled for publication in the Mixed Blessings series. Her first book, Fragile: 30 Days of Hope for the Anxious Heart, is now available at samanthaarroyo.com. She can be reached at samantha-arroyo@comcast.net.

Francine Rivers Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Francine Rivers at a book signing in June. Courtesy of Facebook.

She has captured the hearts and minds of readers for decades. Francine Rivers, the author of more than 20 Christian fiction novels, received the Lifetime Achievement Award on September 19 at the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) Awards Gala. “Few people have had the kind of impact that Francine Rivers ...

Read More »

“War Room”: Labor Day Weekend’s Box Office Winner

While many of us spent Labor Day weekend soaking up the last days of summer poolside, others were taking in the year’s final installment of summer blockbusters. The winner? The faith-based drama, “War Room.” This is the film’s second weekend in release and, according to Rentrak estimatse, climbed its way ...

Read More »

The AFA Announces New Outreach for 20-Somethings: Engage Magazine

The American Family Association (AFA) announced last week that they have developed a new outreach “geared specifically for the Millennial generation” called Engage Magazine.[1] The online magazine is written for 20-somethings and by 20-somethings—a group who has made it their mission to present a biblical perspective on today’s culture. According ...

Read More »

Josh Wilson’s Newest Album Tops the Charts

Nine-year music veteran, Josh Wilson, hit a high note last week when his latest release That Was Then, This Is Now, landed in the top five on the Billboard Top Christian Albums chart. Previously, he took the No. 5 slot with 2013’s Carry Me.[1] It was also the first time ...

Read More »