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Finding Something to Talk About

Do you long to speak, write or blog but fear you will run out of things to say? How can you continually come up with fresh material for messages, books, blog posts, devotions or articles that will resonate...


Gaining the Confidence to Market Your Message

When it comes to spreading the word about our work, we tend to get cold feet either because we think marketing isn’t meant for ministry, we don’t want to appear self-promoting, we fear we’ll be stepping outside of...


Balancing Motherhood and Writing

With six small children, an NFL husband, and a busy speaking and writing career, Katy McCown knows a thing or two about balancing ministry, motherhood and writing. In this lesson, you’ll learn how all of your roles should...


Titles: Why Are They So Hard?

In this teaching, Lysa TerKeurst and two of her content team members, Leah and Amanda, talk about the importance of titles when working on a writing project, and the groundwork that must be laid to discover that best,...


Overcoming the Challenges Every Writer Faces

Being a writer is rewarding and exciting, but it doesn’t come without its challenges. In this course, you’ll learn how to overcome some of the challenges that every writer faces. In this course, you will learn...


Writing Bible Studies with Impact and Authority

Did God place a calling on your heart to not only share His truth, but encourage and equip others in their own walk with Christ? Are you longing to create carefully crafted messages that engage the...


How to Keep Writing When Life is Stressful

Despite our desire to follow God’s call on our life to write, it can be hard to get thoughts and words on paper when circumstances are difficult or life is stressful. In this lesson, Tracie shares ten successful...


You Have a Story to Tell

I really want to write a book about my life. I can't tell you how many people I've heard say that sentence over the years. In fact, I read a statistic once that said 90% of people think they...


The Art of Exaggeration

A hyperbole is an extreme exaggeration used to make a point. You might think that hyperbole has no place in nonfiction but if used well it places a bit of fun in your writing. Let's look at this example...



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