As my love for writing has grown, I’ve begun to explore what it looks like to pursue authorship on a professional scale. On this page you’ll find some information about published work I’ve already done, links to articles I’ve published on other sites, and excerpts or ideas for future projects.
As always, please feel free to leave some feedback on what you find in here.
For inquiries about commissioned writing or guest contributions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve recently had the great privilege of getting to partner with a few other ministries in writing and sharing my thoughts with their readership. Here I’ll keep an updated list of any guest contributions I get the privilege of working on:
- Journey Arts Collective: Naming your Fears (devotional)
- DesiringGod Ministries: Secular Songs on Sunday Morning
Simple Pursuit Devotional Project
A few years ago I had the great privilege of contributing a few daily devotionals to the Passion Publishing project Simple Pursuit. This was an incredible opportunity through which I grew in my skills as an author and teacher. Because I (technically) do not own the content of the book, I can’t share any excerpts here. However, you can find some photos, samples, and videos on the book’s website.
We crafted this 365 day devotional specifically for young adults, and I fully believe it to be a powerful tool for aligning your life with the call of Jesus. Check it out!
Recently I’ve felt God placing certain issues on my heart. After exploring these issues more thoroughly, I’ve felt called to begin writing my first book. Over time I’ll continue to share excerpts and ideas from this project, and would love to hear your feedback as this process moves along.
As of now, I’m in the early stages of writing and refining the direction of the book. Here you’ll find a copy of what I’m calling the Preface. This is essentially a document designed to communicate the vision and heart behind the project, and give some general direction for what’s to come. More excerpts and ideas will certainly follow this, but I’d love to hear your feedback on what I’ve got so far.