Ever wondered how to effectively tell your story through your writing?

Ever wondered how to effectively tell your story through your writing?

Hi friends! Today we have two exciting COMPEL updates to share with you! 

1-She Speaks Conference Early Bird Registration is open! We only have a few hundred spots left so don’t delay in getting signed up today! This is an amazing online conference to help you begin taking your writing journey to a whole new level! Visit the She Speaks Online website by CLICKING HERE for all the information.

2-COMPEL Open Registration begins on April 13th!! If you’ve ever considered joining COMPEL, there is no better time than right now! By joining now you’ll be eligible to participate in all of our upcoming writing challenges which provide opportunities for your work to be published on the Proverbs 31 platforms as well as enter to win a book contract with one of three major publishing houses!  Not to speak of all the invaluable writing training you’ll receive as a member.

Watch the video below for a sample of the amazing teachings we offer at COMPEL, and visit the COMPEL website to find out more about all the benefits and value of investing in your call as a writer.


We all have a story to tell, but as writers, our stories usually stem from experiences in our lifetime.

Experiences where we’ve endured pain and suffering, but also where we’ve enjoyed redemption and victory through faith. Having seen God do amazing things through our lives and in our circumstances, we begin to feel compelled to share our stories to help others who may be walking similar journeys or struggling with challenges we have overcome. We develop a passion to allow God to use our experiences to make a difference.

The call to turn our pain into a purpose for the glory of God is a high calling, which not only blesses others but blesses us and our lives as well. 

But even if we want to tell our story, how do we do that and write in such a way where there is transferable wisdom shared to a reader, rather than just sounding like a memoir or tell-all book?  If you’ve ever struggled with this question, we have an amazing free teaching for you with Lysa TerKeurst!

In a special Q&A Interview with Lysa TerKeurst and Amanda Bacon, Lysa will answer questions like:

  • I’d like to write a book about my story, but where should I start?
  • How do I know if I’m really called to share my story?
  • How do I decide which type of book I’m supposed to write?
  • How do I describe the hard things that have happened in my life without throwing the people involved under the bus? Do I need to ask permission from people who are involved in my story?
  • What do I need to know if I’m just getting started writing
  • And more!

If you’ve ever felt like you’d like to write about what you’ve personally walked through, but you don’t know where to start or what it could look like, this teaching with Lysa TerKeurst called How to Effectively Tell Your Story could be the next best step forward in your writing journey! 

Click the photo below to gain access to this invaluable teaching today!


Tracie Miles has been the Director of COMPEL Training at Proverbs 31 Ministries since January 2017. She is also the author of seven bestselling books, including Living Unbroken, Love Life Again, Unsinkable Faith, Stress Less Living and Your Life Still Counts. She is the founder of the national Living Unbroken Divorce Recovery Program. Tracie is also a contributing author to the popular Zondervan NIV Women's Devotional Bible and a monthly contributing writer for Proverbs 31 Ministries’ Encouragement for Today daily devotions, which reach over 4.5 million people per day around the globe. Tracie has three grown children and lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. You can connect with Tracie on her blog at www.traciemiles.com, as well as on Facebook, Instagram, and her popular “Surviving Divorce” Facebook group.

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