Writers Needed to Share the Story of God’s Work

We are seeking talented writers to help tell the story of Bible translation to churches around the world. The work that God is doing, and the role that the local church can serve in that work, is a powerful message that we need to share.

We are turning the testimonies of hearts changed by God’s Word and accounts of how churches are leading the process of Bible translation for their communities into stories that are easy to translate and understand. Stories are a powerful way to engage new national Bible translators. These stories will be broadcast to remote people groups and those living in persecuted areas. Your stories can help reach people who have never heard God’s Word in their own language!

If you have a professional writing background and are willing to contribute a few hours per week, then we need your help. Experience with or knowledge of our programs is a plus. If you do not have previous Wycliffe Associates experience, we will provide training.

If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about this storytelling opportunity, please see the Wycliffe website for more information, email us, or call Jennifer Cunneen toll-free at 1-800-THE WORD (800-843-9673). Jennifer will provide you with more details about this project. See the

Thank you for praying and sharing this opportunity within your circles of influence to help us involve more people in Bible translation.

Until the task is done,
Bruce

To Be Told Seminar

To Be Told is a powerful intensive designed to help you gain clarity into your story and how God can use your story to impact lives around you. This seminar will empower you share the story God is writing in your own life and help others see the story God is writing in theirs.

National Novel Writing Month Workshop (Nov. 29th)

Write a 50,000-word draft of a novel in thirty days during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). KHCPL wants to help you, so we’ll be a Come Write In! Center. There will be workshops every Sunday in November to meet other writers, get inspiration, research information, or just plain write! For more information about National Novel Writing Month, including tips, a novel tracker, and encouragement, check out the official website.

National Novel Writing Month Workshop (Nov. 22nd)

Write a 50,000-word draft of a novel in thirty days during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). KHCPL wants to help you, so we’ll be a Come Write In! Center. There will be workshops every Sunday in November to meet other writers, get inspiration, research information, or just plain write! For more information about National Novel Writing Month, including tips, a novel tracker, and encouragement, check out the official website.

National Novel Writing Month Workshop (Nov. 15th)

Write a 50,000-word draft of a novel in thirty days during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). KHCPL wants to help you, so we’ll be a Come Write In! Center. There will be workshops every Sunday in November to meet other writers, get inspiration, research information, or just plain write! For more information about National Novel Writing Month, including tips, a novel tracker, and encouragement, check out the official website.

The Forensics of Stories

 

The great authors make writing look easy, but most of the time getting the story right is a mystery. Not now. KHCPL will help you with a free workshop by Bryan Furuness, the author of the Lost Episodes of Revie Bryson. He teaches at Butler University, where he is also the Pressgang Editor in Chief. He loves thinking about the architecture of stories and representing it visually (maps, diagrams, pictures, etc.) because it helps writers understand how to build a story. Bryan will teach you how to see and break down stories visually. Space is limited. Call (765) 457-3242 to register.

Jon Acuff in Indy: Do Over Tour

What if you could change the way you looked at your job and your career?

What if you could rescue Monday, reinvent your work, and never get stuck again?

Those are some of the questions Jon will be answering at a book signing for his latest book, Do Over!

In his words:

The last tour was awesome! In addition to signing books and hanging out with so many friends, I got to do a live illustration of the four career transitions everyone will experience.

A tour might feel a little old fashioned what with the webinars and the Lady Gagas and the hippity hop snapchat these kids are doing these days. But the more time I spend online, the more I realize offline matters more. That’s why I can’t wait to meet so many of you and hear about your Do Over stories.

This event is free, but space is limited. Register to reserve your spot!

Register Now!

Millions of online fans love Jon Acuff’s refreshing mix of humor, honesty and wisdom about the world of work. His book Do Over, the get ready, get going guide to navigating career change and doing work you love, has an average 4.25 star rating! Meet the author and have your book signed!