Cheryl Dunlop Molin: Author, Editor, Speaker

Cheryl Dunlop Molin as Speaker

 

Cheryl believes that God has given her two particular spiritual gifts that she tries to use in her speaking: teaching and encouragement. She speaks on issues related to interpersonal relationships: teaching children and women's friendships.

 

If you are looking for a speaker for a women's tea or small group, Cheryl can speak on relational issues, from intergenerational friendships and mentoring to women's relational sins--and the sorrows of relational loss. Deeply personal and practical--and fun. See Chosen Friends below for more information.

 

If you are in charge of your church's Sunday school or club programs, Cheryl can offer an evening or a weekend of teacher training. Plenty of handouts and hands-on opportunities. For more information, see Follow Me As I Follow Christ below.

 

And if your writing group wants someone who has been a writer and an editor and can speak credibly from both sides of the desk, Cheryl can put together one or more sessions just for you. She has done adjunct teaching at the college level on this subject.

 

Selected Speaking Experience to Adults (e-mail for complete speaking resume):

Cheryl has taught sessions at the Chicagoland Tri-state Church Ministries Convention; been interviewed on various radio shows, including Midday Connection (MBN); has taught weekend sessions (Friday and Saturday sessions) for Sunday school teachers; has taught (adjunct) at Moody Bible Institute; and has given devotionals for various groups.

 

Speaking based on subjects addressed in Chosen Friends: Building Connections Across Generations (not yet published)

Cheryl offers practical, biblical, story-filled speaking to help develop and inspire women’s relationships within the church, particularly focusing on informal mentoring and friendships across generations. Available to speak to women and teen girls, for an hour or a weekend, on these subjects.

 

 

Speaking based on subjects addressed in Follow Me As I Follow Christ: A Guide for Teaching Children in a Church Setting (Moody)

Cheryl offers practical, Bible-focused, kid-friendly, teacher-sensitive training to help develop teachers’ know-how and build on each teacher’s own style, experience, skills, and personality. In-session practice time; reproducible worksheets. Available to speak to teachers of children on these subjects.

 

Speaking to adults and teens who are interested in writing

Cheryl can offer hands-on sessions on editing one's own writing, choosing and developing a subject for a children's book, finding markets for freelance writing and editing, and more.She has spoken to college-level editing classes and to a writing group meeting at a local library.