Writing

Woman sitting, thinking, looking at her journal. Hard Stories - writing for yourself

Hard Stories: Writing for Yourself

As ministry practitioners and nonprofit communicators, we are often called to sit with difficult stories of human suffering and injustice. Even though we are storytellers, not every story is for sharing. Our words are also meant for remembering, exploring, questioning, and hoping.

Writing Books, an Interview with Kent Sanders

In this episode, Kent Sanders shares his process for ghostwriting and collaborating on book projects. Plus, thoughts on structure and creativity, and his latest project – a book about Elvis.

Chris Staron Ep 60

Telling Stories Well, with Chris Staron

Chris Staron is an award-winning filmmaker, an author, comedian, and podcaster. As host of the Truce Podcast, Chris uses journalistic tools to provide history and context to better understand the Christian church today. He gives us an inside look into his storytelling process, and why the stories we tell are so important.

JJ Gutierrez Ep. 53

Replay: Chickening IN with JJ Gutierrez

Sometimes a single word or phrase has the power to change the course of our lives, and “Chickening IN” is that word for JJ Gutierrez. This little twist on a familiar phrase launched JJ into a transformational journey from fear to faith.

Episode 34 - he Power of Lament

The Power of Lament

Lament gives us a place to name our losses. To put words to our pain. Or groaning, or wailing – it’s all there.

From Attorney to Ghostwriter – Nick Pavlidis

After more than a decade practicing law, Nick Pavlidis changed the direction of his career to better fit the lifestyle he wanted for his family. He now runs two work-from-anywhere businesses, Authority Ghostwriting and Attorney Marketing Institute, which allow him to work in his strengths and build the best life for his family.

Michelle Discavage

Interview with Michelle Discavage

Interview with Michelle Discavage, author of Unnamed Women of the Bible: Lessons of Value, Belonging, and Worth. The truth can change your story.

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