Monday's Motivation

Finding Confidence When Fear is Real: A Writing Journey (Part 3)

There’s a dangerous balance between claiming a story is “God-given” and writing a story with the desire to bring God glory. Biblical writers had inspired words driven to the page by God’s own word (2 Timothy 3:16-17, 2 Peter 1:21). We, on the other hand, may feel compelled or even called to write a story… Continue reading Finding Confidence When Fear is Real: A Writing Journey (Part 3)

Monday's Motivation

Finding Confidence When Fear is Real: A Writing Journey (Part 2)

Last week, we spent the morning finding a healthy balance between accepting criticism and withstanding it. Before we continue into this week, if you haven’t checked out part 1 of this series, visit the page here. It is so important that we as writers accept criticism from the right sources and know when to listen.… Continue reading Finding Confidence When Fear is Real: A Writing Journey (Part 2)

Monday's Motivation

Finding Confidence When Fear is Real: A Writing Journey (Part 1)

Confidence, it’s not something you’ll see talked about much in the writing world. It’s mostly the opposite. You’ll find posts about self-doubt, rejection, and writer’s block—issues we’ve talked about here, here, and here. But confidence is a very real remedy to many of these problems, and it’s not addressed often enough. Why? Well, sometimes writers… Continue reading Finding Confidence When Fear is Real: A Writing Journey (Part 1)