Writing For A Change: Six Things I’ll say to any Christian Writer – Ife-Grace Dada

It’s been six years since I began my journey as a Christian writer. It has both been challenging and interesting. I have crossed valleys and climbed mountains. I have made mistakes and received commendable feedbacks. The best part of this journey is the impact my stories and articles have had on the lives of my readers.

As part of my contribution to this Writing for change series, I hope to share certain lessons I have learnt in the years of sharing the gospel through the written word. I believe one or more of these will stir and encourage Christian writers. Continue reading “Writing For A Change: Six Things I’ll say to any Christian Writer – Ife-Grace Dada”

Writing for a Change – The Identity of a Christian Writer – Goodness Adegbola

I appreciate Mr Iremide Akinsola for this great opportunity. He gave me a framework and ideas to build on which made the work a lot easier.

Diving right into the business of the day, let’s talk about the identity of a Christian writer. Leaving aside dictionary meanings, I see identity as what a person or thing is known to be or known for.

The first point I need to clarify is that a Christian writer is first a Christian before (s)he is a writer. The identity of the individual must therefore first be drawn from Christ. Your identity as a believer comes first. Do you know who you are in Christ?

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Writing for a Change: From Blank Page to First Draft

The journey of a write-up for me begins long before a pen is lifted or a laptop opened. It starts with an open mind and a growing appetite for learning. The image of a sponge comes to mind. It takes in water and then when squeezed, it brings it back out. Another image would be a tank. Not an armor tank, a water tank. It needs to be filled before it can be of use.

Now, the question is this: how can you be filled? Continue reading “Writing for a Change: From Blank Page to First Draft”