Wise leaders develop a vision for rest

Are you in the habit of tackling life at a frenetic pace? You may want to rethink that.
  Ken Walker

The No. 1 writing tip for leaders to reach their audience

Christian leaders, businesspersons and would-be authors could learn a great deal about reaching an audience from this approach.
  Ken Walker

Ways leaders can capture readers' attention

This was one of the first lessons I learned to reach my audience.
  Ken Walker

The challenges of good writing

Looking to publish your leadership expertise? Here are three tips to help in the process.
  Ken Walker

5 ways to know if your book is ready for editing

Too many first-time authors think their job is done once they have put forth the effort to get words on paper (or screen). However, that’s only the beginning.
  Ken Walker

Self-published books need a professional edit

Consulting with professional advice first, could save you time and money.
  Ken Walker

Serial comma is preferable for clarity

You can tell you are in the presence of grammar nerds when the phrase “Oxford comma” can touch off long-winded discussions.
  Ken Walker

Only serious writers will withstand technological challenges

How is technology changing the way you write and communicate?
  Ken Walker

A teachable spirit will improve your writing

This conscious-raising exercise enhanced my outlook on life.
  Ken Walker

Writing and the art of rest

It took me a long time to learn to avoid setting impossible schedules for myself.
  Ken Walker
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Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.
1 John 3:18 (NIV)
John B. MacDonald

Dr. John B. MacDonald has served for decades as a lawyer and pastor-teacher. He is ...

Jason Tucker

Jason Tucker (D.Min.) is the Lead Pastor at Tower Hill Church: First Presbyterian in ...