Lots of people want to write, but how do you know if putting words on paper or typing them on a screen is part of God’s design for you?
Words matter. The right words can purify the thoughts, and those thoughts can train the mind to discern what is good. Here’s how to write with precision.
Most writers fill their drafts with clutter to hit a word count. Clutter does add length, but it also distracts the reader. If you want to serve the reader, cut the clutter.
Gospel-centered writers should aim to warm their readers’ hearts. But how do you do that? Managing Editor Grayson Pope explains.
It’s never been harder to get people’s attention, writes Managing Editor Grayson Pope. But without these two things, your writing doesn’t stand a chance.