- To increase your confidence in being a ministry leader as you establish a biblical plan of action to deal with tough critics.
- Practical tips to turn rejection into acceptance.
- To embrace your unique calling and writing style.
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How to Handle Tough Critics
Does criticism sometimes make you want to resign from ministry? Or do you find thoughts of retaliation turning you into a person you don’t recognize?
Our opinion of success and failure can make the difference between giving up and pressing on in our writing. This lesson will help you create flexible definitions of success and failure that will keep you moving forward in your writing project and get you across the finish line.
Turning Rejection Into Ongoing Publication
Do you struggle with rejection blues? In this teaching, Suzie Eller, successful author of multiple books and hundreds of articles, helps you understand how to turn rejection into acceptance. In this session, Suzie shares how that rejection letter you received may actually be an invitation in disguise.
Dealing with Rejection
This teaching was filmed directly after the release of Lysa TerKeurst book Uninvited. The topic of rejection affects all of us. Lysa shares insight from her journey through rejection and will inspire you to keep pushing through with confidence.
Conversation with Lynn Cowell
Lynn Cowell is a member of the Proverbs 31 Speaker and Writer teams and the author of several books. In this conversation, Lynn talks about her book, Make Your Move: Finding Unshakable Confidence Despite Your Fears and Failures and explores how confidence-in-question keeps us from boldly experiencing what God intends for our lives.
When You Feel Like a Pre-Beginner
Stepping in to God’s call to write can be overwhelming. Everyone else seems to know where they are going and how to get there. This class is for those of you who don’t, and are wondering what you got yourself into. Our Executive Director at COMPEL, Glynnis Whitwer, knows what it’s like to wish there was something for the pre-beginner and therefore created this class for people who feel they are.
Talking Back To Self-Talk
In this lesson, Lisa Allen brings together two experienced blog writers: Melissa Taylor, Director of Proverbs 31 Online Bible Studies (OBS) and Nicki Koziarz, speaker and writer for Proverbs 31 Ministries. Each of these ladies have often struggled with talk and share wisdom and encouragement about how to talk back to negative self-talk so it doesn’t become a hindrance in your writing.
The Confidence a Calling Requires
Has your writing ever been impacted by your confidence or lack thereof? In this lesson, Lisa Allen unpacks six great ways to cultivate the confidence your calling requires.
Humility, Hunger and Hustle
Leadership matters. And especially to those who are managing themselves as it relates not only to writing, but also the process, disciplines and key habits that allow each of us to move things to the finish line, while maintaining creativity and authenticity in the process.