10 ways to use mentor texts when you’re writing devotionals. … More 10 Ways to Use Mentor Texts to Write Better Devotions by Guest Blogger, Tammy Brown
Our Devotional Master Class has come and gone, but you can still access these posts about writing Devotionals for adults and children. Jarm Del Boccio started us out by writing Tips for Writing Kids and Teens Devotionals. Ava Pennington wrote about her devotional, The Names of God, that refuses to die. Jarm reviewed Reflections on … More Just in Case You Missed These Posts
I have written a devotional blog for several years but that doesn’t mean I can’t learn a thing or two or maybe three about writing devotionals. Karen Whiting’s class had three sessions and each one was packed with information that we put into practice during the breakout sessions. The first session helped me understand how to … More What did You Learn at the Devotionals Master Class? by Gail Cartee
Small Writings Do you despise small beginnings? When we fix our sights on a book contract, it’s easy to dismiss anything smaller as unworthy of our efforts. But doing so could be a huge mistake. I’m a big believer in the benefit of “small writings.” The first payment I received for my writing was a … More Small Writings
Writing devotions for children has an exciting caveat: we get to write lots of fun stuff to go along with the key message as well.
Karen Whiting is an international speaker and award-winning author of eighteen books, including The One Year Devotions for Active Boys. Her writing experience includes more than 600 magazine articles in more than sixty periodicals. She has had more than one hundred children’s dramas and puppet scripts published. Sought-after speaker Karen speaks at Christian writers’ conferences … More Reflecting with Award-Winning Author and Speaker, Karen Whiting