Cecelia Schmidt

Cecelia Schmidt is a homeschool graduate and author of four books. She wrote her historical fiction trilogy while still in high school and then went on to write a booklet on the biblical model of friendship while in college. In 2020, Cecelia graduated with her BA in English. She teaches English literature for middle schoolers through Apologia Online Academy and is also pursuing certification to become a biblical counselor. In addition to writing and teaching, Cecelia also enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing the piano, singing, baking, drinking coffee, visiting new places, and making people laugh. She hopes her books will strengthen people’s faith in Christ and draw them closer to Him.

Workshops from Cecelia Schmidt (may vary by event location)

The Biblical Model of Friendship

Do you desire to be a better friend? Are you finding it difficult to forgive someone who has hurt you? Do you struggle with trusting God when friends fail you? Is communication sometimes a challenge? In this session, Cecelia will unpack ten biblical truths that will greatly help you glorify God in your friendships.

Bible, Biblical Worldview & Culture, Encouragement, Relationships, Theology

How to Write and Publish a Book

In this workshop, you will learn the ten essential steps for writing a compelling novel. Cecelia will teach the significance of character and plot development, proper planning, editing, the publishing process, along with several other important aspects.

Language Arts, Writing

Weary of the Waiting? Dealing with Disappointment in a God-Honoring Way

Waiting can be hard, and we can become weary and disappointed when our desires are not met. If God is all-powerful and loving, then why do we doubt Him when He doesn’t grant our requests? In this session, we will study God‘s Word to learn how to find joy in the waiting and deal with our disappointments in a God-honoring way.

Bible, Biblical Worldview & Culture, Discipleship, Encouragement, For Women, Mom Encouragement, Prayer, Relationships, Theology