Meet Hadassah Treu

I love being a writer!

Julie Ranson
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4 min readJul 20, 2022


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Hadassah Treu lives in Pazardzhik, Bulgaria. You should view her profile at Hadassah Treu I Author.

When did you join Medium? Why did you join?

I joined Medium in May 2021. A publication to which I have been a regular contributor moved to Medium and invited all contributing authors to join.

When did you join Koinonia? What attracted you to the publication?

I joined Koinonia in June 2022. I have been reading articles from Koinonia writers and have been enjoying them. Also, I have been attracted by the fact that Koinonia is a faith-based publication and publishes content on important and interesting topics.

How long have you been writing and how did you come to it?

I have been writing since my childhood and then later I kept writing on my various jobs in marketing and communications. However, in 2016, the Lord gave me a vision and a lot of confirmations to start a writing ministry. He resurrected my poetic gift, and I wrote my first poem after nearly 25 years’ break. My writing ministry officially started in 2017 with the launch of my bilingual blog
In 2019, I did a re-launch and started focusing mainly on the international audience and writing in English. My main goal is to offer biblical solutions to various problems and obstacles to spiritual growth and maturity. I am passionate about encouraging and equip my readers to stand firm in the faith, persevere, and transform their thinking by interpreting and explaining Biblical truths.

Who has most influenced your decision to be a writer?

God has influenced most my decision to be a writer. He gave me this calling and has confirmed it in many different ways, including encouragement through people.

Where do you get your ideas? What inspires you?

I get inspiration daily from what I read, from God’s Word, from my daily interactions with other people, from a song, or a phrase somebody says. Everything can serve as an inspiration for me.

What do you like most about writing?

I rarely struggle with writer’s block. I usually carry a notebook with me and take notes of all…



Julie Ranson

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