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A 7th-Grade Art Lesson

My eyebrows sank in disappointment, and the perfectionist inside me started to clench her fists. What do you mean, What happens if I disagree?

Created For This

Created For This Roy Geesey Your past can only define it if you let it. Roy Geesey has taken his past and used it as a footstool. In this podcast, he shares his testimony. A young man who went from being homeless and strung out on drugs now serves as a lead pastor and creative […]

The Struggle Over Motivation

What if the thing you think about when you close your eyes at night is the very thing that you were purposed to do before birth?

Missing the Bigger Picture

Who doesn’t get irritated or discouraged when he or she has to revisit what feels like old territory to make things right?

Getting Out of That Comfort Zone

I was starting to get really comfortable but it was time for God to kick it up a notch. To move me up to the next level.

The Power of Failure: Part 2

We must first identify the enemy. Once you know what it is, you can face it head on and it can no longer have power over you. 

Writing About Yourself and Understanding Genre

Writing a book about your life is a noble, complex, and vulnerable experience. But it will require you to identify key formatting components.

The Power of Failure: Part 1

Making art is chancy. It doesn’t mix well with predictability. Uncertainty is essential, and tolerance of uncertainty is the pre-requisite for succeeding.

Creative Courage with Jessie Flowers

As a gifted musician and leader, Jessie Flowers shares an inspiring message for fellow creatives to embrace, use, and share their God-given talents for God’s glory. She combines her own personal testimony and scripture to speak to the fear and inertia that can sometimes inhibit creatives from pursuing what He calls them to do. She […]

Writing Online and its Various Genres

For a writer, understanding the piece’s genre guidelines is essential. What’s the difference between an “article,” “editorial,” and “blog post”?

Stop Burying Your Treasure

He made you amazing. And not just to your mother. The catch is that you have to believe it, and then you have to go hunting.

Inspiration and Imagination

Art is a craft as well as an art. Craft can be the creative source. But inspiration and craft should not be thought of as separate entities.

From Start to Published—Eight Tips for Writing Your Book

Transferring your thoughts to paper can be a potentially overwhelming experience whether you’re working on your first book or your fiftieth. To gain a fresh perspective, check out these helpful tips to writing your book and publishing it.

Rekindling Your Creative Writing Juices…Again

There are ways to combat this disheartening rut, though. Not all hope is lost. Here are a few steps to rekindle creativity and overcome writer’s block.

The Problem With Clichés

You don’t need a big plot twist. You just need your individualism. Uniqueness, no matter how small, is your best weapon in combating monotony.

Riding on the Wings of the Wind: Some Thoughts on Getting Inspired

Do not strive to be creative in order to meet man-made expectations. Our Father has planted everything in you that you need.

Starting Small: Capturing the Details

No topic is too small to feature God, and no story is too ordinary to resonate with humanity.

A Place to Equip, Encourage, and Inspire Collective Members

Visit the Kingdom Winds Collective Blog to find posts designed to help collective members successfully pursue their calling. We know the journey can be long, winding, and arduous at times. It is our mission and heart to not only provide a platform for our Kingdom Winds Collective members but also to equip, encourage, and inspire […]

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