Posted by: nancyisanders | July 1, 2011

Author Interview: Theresa Kirk

Meet Author Theresa Kirk!
Publisher’s Website: Knowledge Power Books
Blog:Theresa Kirk’s Blog

Facebook: Follow@AuthorTheresaKirk

A resident of Palmdale, CA, Theresa Kirk is the coordinator of women’s ministry at Living Praise Christian Center. She wears many hats and is a wife, mother, minister, and now author celebrating the release of her first book. With a heart that seeks after God, she is a student of the Word. Her passion is to help others understand the Bible and hear its clear message for today’s generation. She will be the keynote speaker at the 2011 Women’s Retreat held from September 2-4 at St. Simons Island, Georgia. For more information about how you can join the retreat and experience God’s blessing, visit the site The Spirit Speaks.

Featured Book:
Some Things Made Plain: Inspirational Words of Revelation
by Theresa Kirk

Q: Describe the journey you’ve taken as a writer.
Writing is my favorite thing to do in the world. It’s a precious adventure simply because of the type of books I am currently writing, daily devotions. Each time I sit to pen a new revelation I feel joy on the inside because it’s my and God’s special time. Therefore, this journey has allowed me a more intimate relationship with my heavenly Father. I am grateful He called and trusted me with this writing project.

Q: What inspires you most as a writer?
What inspires me most as a writer is I have an opportunity to make “Some Things Plain.” This opportunity is so exciting because many people who attempt to read the Word put it down for lack of understanding, and believing that the Bible is a daunting task.

Q: How do you hope to influence today’s your readers through this book?
In some way, I would like to influence readers to open the Bible, read it and test its written promises from our Heavenly Father. I believe my series is creative illustrations of a witty, yet powerful way to dissect the Word that God Himself has endorsed for our gleaning.

Q: Share one tip you would like to give to an author about attending a writer’s conference.
I would encourage authors to attend writer’s conferences because the abundance of knowledge present at these conferences can be the fuel to help one become a better writer. “A good teacher must remain a good student.”


  1. This interview was a blessing and encouragement. Writer’s conferences rule! Devotions rule. Intimacy with God rules!

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