The Christian Writer’s temptation

"Writers are stewards of words, accountable to God for how they are arranged." Randy Alcorn As a writer, I often struggle with the desire to put something out there that bears my name. A post, an article, a book - with ‘Dayo Adewoye’ as the author. Consequently, I sometimes want to just write something that … Continue reading The Christian Writer’s temptation

Why Grammar matters

Two days ago, I had a brief online discussion with someone about grammar. It centred on the idea that the writer's job is to focus on content and leave the worry of grammar to the editor. I believe that assumption is misguided. As a writer or blogger, you should take grammar seriously. Grammar is not … Continue reading Why Grammar matters

Check. Don’t assume

Can you believe that 'Latinx' is actually a word? I was proofreading a 600-page book about the career of a world-renowned Nigerian scholar. Then I came across a phrase: 'Latinx Catholics'. My immediate instinct was to change it to 'Latino (or Latina) Catholics'. This was certainly a typographical error, I mused. After all, there is … Continue reading Check. Don’t assume

Starting a blog? A few tips

A friend recently reached out to me for tips on how to start a blog. He was aware that I had been running The Christian Mind for some years now. So I gave some suggestions, and I think others might find them helpful. Things to note are generally in 2 categories: Content and Platform. Content Be … Continue reading Starting a blog? A few tips

How to improve your writing

    Many business professionals find writing challenging. They are quite aware that their attempt to express thought and idea in ink or pixel does not quite meet up. And they are aware that they need to improve on this ability if they are to be more effective at work. I had a chat with … Continue reading How to improve your writing