“The interesting thing is: if you do it for love, the money comes anyway” – Richard St. John Our Affiliates Program is a great way for you to earn money by selling stories that you submit to our Writing for the Soul Workshop™. We provide you with five-star support to help you every step of the way. Ages 7 … Continue reading Our Young Participants Earn Real Money!
Did you know that just $9.99 can launch a lifetime of change for our Writing for the Soul Workshop™ participants? Your membership to Writing for the Soul Workshop™ Digital Content Shelf is one way we are able to offer our program at no cost to our participants. Many of our participants are published in books that include our Pieces … Continue reading Inspire a Lifetime of Change: Support Writing for the Soul Workshop™
TGIM and Texas ReEntry Services, INC have partnered together to implement Writing for the Soul Workshop™ as a realistic criminal justice strategy that safely reduces the State's costly reliance on incarceration– creating stronger families, less taxpayer waste, and safer communities. TGIM developed Writing for the Soul Workshop™ as a resource in direct response to the growing … Continue reading TGIM & Texas ReEntry: Justice Reinvestment for a Better Tomorrow
This one time I got bullied in the 4th grade by this boy named Adam. He kept messing with me, and I told my counselor. She told me to stay away from him. The next day we had a substitute teacher. I wanted to be alone, but he came over to me and kept saying … Continue reading A’Brianna McKinnie: I Know How It Feels
There are amazing stories of how youth programs have impacted the lives of both youth, and those that serve them. There are thousands of organizations and programs like Writing for the Soul Workshop™ dedicated to help improve the lives of our youth. Yet, youth today feel alienated. If you search blogs or twitter for youth programs, … Continue reading How do you engage participants in your youth program?
There is an old saying that it is the weight of a single snowflake that causes an avalanche. Of course, we know that the destructive power of the avalanche is really in the millions of other snowflakes that make up the avalanche. As we near the one year anniversary of the death of Michael Brown, … Continue reading The #WriteForFerguson Project
“Writing is a form of therapy; sometimes I wonder how all those who do not write, compose, or paint can manage to escape the madness, melancholia, the panic and fear which is inherent in a human situation.” -Graham Green When youth engage in our Writing for the Soul Workshop™ program, they experience the healing power … Continue reading The #WriteForHope Project
Reminiscing about my childhood as I write this, I can't remember a time when I was not in church. I was baptized at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church at the age of nine. By the time I was 13, I was teaching Sunday School. I come from a long line of pastors, first ladies, Eastern Stars and … Continue reading The #WriteForJacob Project
Writing for the Soul Workshop™, is pleased to offer a platform for care-givers, family, friends and those living with Disabilities a powerful and exciting way to get what's on the inside …out. We're collecting short stories, poems, art, & music from our Writing for the Soul Workshop™ participants -as well as the young and old from around the … Continue reading The #WeAllHaveThem Project: Writing with an Impact