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The logo is a shofar, which is depicted as a ram's horn. The ram's horn was used as an ink container for holding ink; as a musical instrument for religious purposes or to sound the alarm as a warning or to gather troops.
The oil flowing from the shofar to the tip of the eagle feathered pen is the call to bring transformative change in the world through the art of journal writing.
About Dr. Deborah
Dr. Deborah Taylor is a freelance writer, infoprenuer, educator, calligrapher, and co-founder of The Writer's Inkhorn International. She has a passion to help individuals through the transformative power of written communication and to engage in the art of listening prayer and revelatory journal writing.
Dr. Deborah is the author of The Scribal Watchman, 7 Keys to Unlocking the Prophetic Call to Write, The 5 Day eBook Plan. She has over twenty years as an information professional with three books and numerous professional articles, presentations, and book reviews in academia.
Dr. Taylor also publishes a monthly Natsar "Watchman" Report and weekly Ezekiel's Mark Prayer Devotionals.
Core values: God (Elohim), family, excellence, integrity, justice, and the practical application of biblically-inspired written publications and online courses.
The Writer's Inkhorn International's Story
Everyone has a story. The story of The Writer's Inkhorn International (TWI) is a summons; a call to write.
The year was 2005. Approximately After one year after relocating to Memphis, Tennessee. The desire to relaunch a calligraphy business arose. Calligraphy means "the art of beautiful writing.” Calligraphy integrates hand lettering in to a beautiful art. Calligraphy is a sacred writing that dates back centuries.
The business name for this sacred venture was important, so the burden to pray and scripture reading was an essential part of the process.
Beginning in the book of Ezekiel, I (Dr. Deborah), fell asleep for a moment at end of the eighth chapter.
When I awoke the ninth chapter of Ezekiel revealed my answer and my assignment. It read:
Then He called out in my hearing with a loud voice, saying, “Let those who have charge over the city draw near, each with a deadly weapon in his hand.” And suddenly six men came from the direction of the upper gate, which faces north, each with his battle-ax in his hand. One man among them was clothed with linen and had a writer’s inkhorn at his side. They went in and stood beside the bronze altar. (Ezekiel 9:1)
The ninth chapter is the foundational scripture for The Writer's Inkhorn International. Our call to write was not an invitation, it was a summons.
An angelic priest dressed in linen with a writer's inkhorn at his side was among the summoned.
His weapon... a writer's inkhorn.
Inkhorns were made from the horn of an animal, typically a ram's horn. The inkhorn was the vessel used to carry ink.
Ezekiel 9 is TWI’s summons to serve as God's vessel of ink. The pen is His battle ax; His weapon of war. We aim to cultivate and bring transformative change in the world through the written word.
Connect with us and join in the call to listen, pray, and write.