Linda W. Perkins


Hi! My name is Linda Perkins and I am a freelance writer. Thanks for visiting my site!

As you will see, I am a writer-of-all-trades, with a portfolio that encompasses news writing, feature articles, devotionals, advertising and public relations. The portfolio section of this site is out of date and is being updated, so please feel free to contact me for recent clips!

I began my career as a journalist covering lifestyle and arts & entertainment for the Arlington Citizen-Journal, a division of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. I then transitioned into advertising and PR, developing an expertise in Internet marketing and content development, working with numerous software companies and major brands such as Compaq and

After 25 years in marketing management and consulting, primarily in the business-to-business space, I returned to my roots as a journalist and feature writer. I currently write for local and national publications including Christianity Today, the Good News Network, the Houston Chronicle, Postcards magazine and the Navasota Examiner. I also work with a select number of corporate clients and have a personal blog, Spring Sight, which is designed to give hope to those living with chronic illness. I am an active member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, and a past member of the American Marketing Association, International Association of Business Communicators, and Public Relations Society of America.

My goal is to merge my experience in business with my passion for human interest stories, in order to bring value to community newspapers, magazines, and corporations with compelling stories to share.

I would love the opportunity to sit down with you to discuss your writing needs.

All the best,


PS - See a few of my recent articles below. Other portfolio pieces are listed by category on my Writing Samples page.

How a Farm-to-Table Restaurant Evolved into a Homegrown Church

Christianity Today October 30th, 2016 Bi-vocational ministers are common—but what's it like to have a bi-vocational congregation?

The Unique Church Alliance That's Bringing Love to At-Risk Kids

Christianity Today October 13th, 2016 How two Houston pastors united their congregations to better serve their city.

How Churches Rebuilt a Town After Its Fertilizer Plant Exploded

Christianity Today September 8th, 2016 Three years ago, an industrial disaster nearly blew the city of West off the map. Today, local congregations are at the heart of its recovery and revival.

Loving the Neighborhood Mosque - on Its Own Terms

Christianity Today July 26th, 2016 When thousands of Muslims visited its community, one Houston church stepped in to serve.

Releasing the Ghosts of the Past July 25th, 2016 Releasing the Ghosts of the Past

In the Eye of the Storm - Navasota Resident Recalls Moment of Terror as Tornado Hit Home

The Navasota Examiner July 20th, 2016

Flood Warning (devotional)

Postcards Magazine June 30th, 2016 Postcards Magazine - Mustard Seed Moments July 2016

Local Woman Helping Houston Flood Victims

Polk County Enterprise newspaper May 1st, 2016

When Flood Waters Rise April 20th, 2016 When Flood Waters Rise - Featured #TellHisStory Article on on April 26, 2016

Is Big Data Too Big for Small Business?

Percento Technologies March 23rd, 2016 Is Big Data Too Big for Small Business?

Strategically Managing the Virtual Workplace

Percento Technologies March 3rd, 2016 Strategically Managing the Virtual Workplace

Traversing the Complex Healthcare Data Maze

Percento Technologies December 27th, 2015 Traversing the Complex Healthcare Data Maze

Oilfield Inventory Management Takes to the Cloud

Percento Technologies November 30th, 2015 Oilfield Inventory Management Takes to the Cloud