Free Webinar on Writing

Date: 4/27/17 Time: 10am CST

Description:

Have you ever wanted to improve your writing, but wasn’t sure where to start?

Scot McKnight has written or edited almost 60 books.  He knows first hand that writing is no small endeavor, but also the power of the written word.  The good news is that there are ways to improve on this difficult yet important task.

In this Webinar you will: 

  • Learn about why writing is so important for the Church.
  • Tips on writing from one of the Church’s most prolific authors.
  • Immediately applicable practices to improve your writing.
  • Have the chance to ask Scot some of your questions about writing.

Webinar Details: 

Date: 4/27/17 Time: 10am CST  (maybe 11am CST if that would be best)

Register at seminary.edu/kingdomwriting/

Hashtag #kingdomwriting

Login: A link will be emailed to you in advance of the webinar.

Presenter and Host:

Dr. Scot McKnight (Presenter)
Julius R. Mantey Chair of New Testament
Northern Seminary

Scot’s blog, Jesus Creed, is a leading Christian blog.

He also leads the Masters in New Testament and DMIN in New Testament Context.

Chaz Robbins (Host)

Master’s of Arts in New Testament Program Assistant

Northern Seminary

Chaz is the Next Step Pastor at Parkview Christian Church in the South Suburbs of Chicago.  He also is a student in Dr. McKnight’s Master of Arts in New Testament program and is the Host on the Kingdom Roots Podcast with Scot McKnight.

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