We want to hear from you: to hear the voices of others; to hear how God has helped you through a struggle; breathed life into you through His Word; how He helps you today as you walk through daily life. Young, old, out in the workforce, at home with kids, single, or married, every age and stage of life is welcome here.
What has our Jesus given you to say? Your message may be the help that lightens the load of others who are fighting off chains, weights, and shackles of worry, despair, and sorrow. If you have an authentic blog post, poem, artwork, a picture, etc. which can point us all to the Lord who anchors the soul, please consider sharing it here, so that we may encourage each other’s hearts.
Written submissions should be between 400-900 words. Your submission should be unpublished work. We rarely accept posts that have run previously on your own blog, and we do not accept submissions for which another publisher holds the rights. All rights to your work will remain with you, and you are welcome to republish as you see fit. We do ask that you wait for three months before publishing the whole of the post elsewhere. Because we are a ministry that receives no revenue, we are unable to pay for your words, but we will make sure to put your site at the bottom of the post so that people will know where they can hear more of your anchored voice.
Send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 15th of the month previous to the theme you are writing on. For example, if you are writing for March’s theme send in your submission by February 15th.
We will not be able to post all submissions, but please be brave. Share with us what Christ has done in your life, so that more would be helped by finding hope in Him. If your submission is accepted we may make some proofreading edits (if needed), but will make sure to preserve your voice. If you have not heard back from us within two weeks feel free to share your words elsewhere. Unfortunately, this probably indicates that we won’t be able to use your words this time, but feel free to submit again.
Thank you for considering sharing your voice,
Founder & Editor