Today's blog post comes from Encouragement for Today writer, Alexandra Hoover. I remember the first time my daughter, Leilla took her first few steps. She was right around one, wobbly knees, feet stumbling, adrenaline rushing. Our house...Continue Reading
Today's COMPEL blog post comes from Encouragement for Today writer, Kelly Barbrey. It’s rare I sit down and write a devotion or blog post without letting the idea percolate...Continue Reading
Today's COMPEL Blog post comes from Encouragement for Today writer, Corrie Gerbatz. It was 1:00pm. The time I had intentionally set aside to write. And yet there I stood in the kitchen, wiping down the counters, reorganizing all the...Continue Reading
This week's COMPEL Blog post was written by Encouragement for Today writer Laura Bailey. "Writing is so much more than putting words on a page. I was so naive, having absolutely no idea about the amount of work...Continue Reading
As a writer, you probably care a lot about your readers and the life-transforming information, inspiration and encouragement you can give them.
- You want them to overcome the struggle they’re facing that you once...Continue Reading
Note: This week and next week, the COMPEL Blog will be publishing part two of Bible Study Basics for Writers by theologian Eric Gagnon. Eric is a former pastor and currently serves at Proverbs 31 Ministries as the...Continue Reading
Note: This week and next week, the COMPEL Blog will be publishing part one and two of Bible Study Basics for Writers by theologian Eric Gagnon. Eric is a former pastor and currently serves at Proverbs 31 Ministries...Continue Reading
Are you struggling to create a writing routine that works for you? It’s a common struggle for writers. When we are intentional, we can leverage a routine for our benefit.
My Writing RoutineIn 2015, my...Continue Reading
Today's blog post comes from Proverbs 31 Ministries' Promotional Copy Writer, Meghan Ryan. In October 2019, I moved to a new city where I didn’t know anyone. The transition was tough, and for the first several months, I...Continue Reading
I once took a six-mile hike up to a mountain lake with my dad and sister. About three-quarters of the way up, I decided I had seen enough. The trail had been beautiful, and my legs...Continue Reading