My almost-five-year-old is still figuring out her groove with the swing. When do you bend your legs and when do you straighten them? How do you go higher? If I make a face like this, will it help? What is the secret?!
When we’re learning something new, it will take some time to figure out how to do it, how to do it well and how to do it in our own way. I know I felt like this when I came to the missions field. I felt pressure to be as extroverted as my teammates but after a few years I discovered something: I had to learn how to serve the Lord in the way that He had created me and gifted me.
Growing as a writer is the same. How does the Lord want me to communicate what He’s putting on my heart? How does He want me to use the unique gifts and life circumstances He’s given me to write? How can I remain true to myself and God as I pursue this new journey?
If you are a writer but you struggle to share your work in a way that feels like you, then you don’t want to miss this:
Emily P. Freeman, co*founder of hope*writers, is hosting a live training for writers called “How to be a Working Writer Without Losing Your Mind.” It will be on Tuesday, May 22nd at 8 pm ET.
Emily is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author who loves talking to writers about writing.
Click here to save your spot for Tuesday night’s free masterclass!
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Beginning today and throughout the week until Friday, May 25th, Hope*Writers is opening up access to join their writing and learning community. Sign up for the free webinar to gain insight from Emily about the process of publishing a book, and get a glimpse of what it may be like to be supported by hope*writers in your writing and publishing journey.
See you there!