- How to dive into the deep and eternal truths of God’s Word and effectively communicate it to others
- How to step outside of your own life to meet the needs of those receiving your messages
- How to write with a new authority by weaving strong, accurate biblical teachings and meanings into your writing
- How to use unique writing techniques to actively engage your readers and provide practical application to their daily lives
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Discovering Your Why
If we don’t know the why behind what we do, it’s challenging to share it with others. We may lead in with our what, our how, or our when, and yet never convey what we are really trying to say. We may even become frustrated, scattered or lack direction. In this lesson, Suzie Eller shares how to hone in and fine-tune your why, as well as how to integrate it into every part of your message.
Teach the Bible with Confidence and Authority
Bible study author and teacher, Wendy Blight, talks about our calling as Christian writers, which is to understand the privilege and honor of our calling, break open the Word of God for His people and do it to the very best of our abilities. Wendy shares her five-step method to writing impactful Bible studies. These valuable steps will help writers feel confident in their calling and help equip their audience to more effectively and passionately connect with God’s heart and His Word.
Secrets to Researching and Studying Scripture to Enhance Your Writing
Joel Muddamalle, the Director of Theology and Ministry Products at Proverbs 31 Ministries, shares his wisdom and practical tips for the observation, interpretation, application and correlation of Scripture research.
4 Simple Questions That Will Increase Your Writing’s Impact
In this lesson, author Amy Carroll shares four questions that spark fresh ideas and energize written messages. Her questions will help you write with a new authority, engage the heart of your reader and bring lasting transformation through God’s unchanging Word.
Added Value: Keeping the Heart of Your Writing Others Centered
In this lesson, author Amy Carroll teaches you how to switch to a ministry mindset so your writing adds value to your audience before, during and even after your writing time. Amy also shows us how she stepped outside of her own life to meet the needs of those receiving her messages.