Hi Write Brilliant friends,
I want to introduce you to my friend, Heather Zempel. Heather is an author and discipleship pastor at National Community Church in Washington DC. Heather has a lot of gifts– one of which I want you to glean from today. In this video, I ask Heather her tips on how to write a study on an entire book of the Bible–while sticking to a theme.
Take 5 minutes to watch this interview. Your writing (and study) will be better for it.
P.S. Even if you don’t write Bible studies, Heather’s tips will translate into what you do, too. Promise.
Check out Heather’s study, Amazed and Confused, here.
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