Devotionals are a unique genre. But you can write them.
Writing Devotionals That Stick is a course that walks with you step-by-step as you learn to write devotionals in a way that stays with today’s busy, distracted readers.
Leaders, entrepreneurs, students, moms, professionals, writers – or those who want to be – have learned to write devotionals by using the principles found in this course. It’s a fun and easy-to-use guide packed with examples, writing tips, and exercises to help you put the steps into practice right away.
By the end of this course, you will have…
- Mastered a devotional’s step-by-step form
- Created a pool of your own material to use to write more devotionals
- Completed writing your own devotional
The course includes:
- 35 video lectures
- A fillable course workbook
- 17 extra worksheets and downloads
- 7 devotionals that reinforce course principles
- Access to our Writing Devotionals That Stick community where you can publish your devotional online and get group feedback.
This course gives you a complete blueprint to follow that you can use to write devotionals over and over … devotionals that stick with your readers.
Kathy Widenhouse is a freelance content writer and publisher who specializes in writing for faith-based organizations and the nonprofit market. Her articles have appeared in more than 60 periodicals and she has written 8 books, with more than 100,000 in circulation. Kathy spent 20 years as a flutist in “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band in Washington, D.C. before turning to writing full-time. Today, she invests time in helping entrepreneurs and ministries have great writing for their organizations.
StartModule 1: Introduction (1:20)
StartLesson 1: What a Devotional Is and What It Is Not (3:29)
StartLesson 2: Understand a Devotional's Unique Structure (4:29)
StartLesson 3: Understand a Devotional's Unique Content (3:49)
StartModule 1: Summary (2:32)
StartDownload: Identify a Devotional's 3 Parts
StartBONUS - Module 1 Devotional: The Template
StartModule 2: Introduction (4:36)
StartLesson 1: Observing Ideas (6:36)
StartLesson 2: Capturing Ideas (7:07)
StartLesson 3: Processing Ideas (10:08)
StartModule 2: Summary (2:44)
StartDownload: 99 Places to Look for Devotional Ideas
StartWorksheet: Capture Your Ideas
StartWorksheet: Process Your Ideas
StartBONUS - Module 2 Devotional: The Topic
Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you for joining me for Writing Devotionals That Stick!
Take a minute right now to join our online Writing Devotionals That Stick community, if you've not done so already. You can post your devotional there and get feedback from other devotional writers.
And keep going.
- Keep noticing the way God moves.
- Keep listening.
- Keep processing.
- Keep growing and keep writing.
Because that’s the best way to write devotionals that stick. Make sure they stick to you.
May God bless your writing ministry. Keep going!