Tuesday, May 24
12 noon Eastern
Many writers consider writing about their own faith journey or spiritual journey and generate a book from their reflections and experiences. Some think of writing essays on particular faith issues and compile the essays into a book. There are critical elements to writing such a manuscript that many authors overlook or simply are not aware of. This workshop will identify those concerns, why they are critical, and how to address them.
Dr. Tim Morrison has an extensive and ongoing writing career. He is a writing coach for and president of Write Choice Services. Additionally, Tim devoted the first twenty-five years of his professional career in local church ministry. The latter part of his career, Tim worked as a naturopathic counselor at two traditional medical centers and two chiropractic clinics. He also served as a hospice chaplain and retired after six plus years as a hospital chaplain. His publishing credits include articles for three national magazines, three regional publications and chapters in three youth ministry books. Morrison has also authored seven books. Of the seven, the first three carried faith/religious themes: Healing Plants of the Bible: Then and Now; Letters to My Sons: A Father’s Faith Journey, and A Walk in the Spirit: Creating Dramatic Monologues through Lection Divina.
Tim holds a doctorate in ministry from Andover Newton Theological School and a doctorate in naturopathy from Trinity College of Natural Health. As a writing coach, Dr. Morrison has worked with clients from Switzerland, Sweden, England, Australia, Germany, Canada, and from all parts of the United States.