U.S Catholic is a monthly print magazine geared toward a general Catholic audience. The editors look for feature articles between 2,500-3,500 words that offer in-depth analysis of relevant issues. They also publish essays that contain reflections or opinions on topics that impact the everyday lives of Catholics. Is a widely read bi-monthly Christian magazine published in print and digital formats. Their goal is to help readers solve difficult personal problems, build meaningful relationships, and find peace of mind. They look for true, first-person stories about people who have overcome an obstacle, reached an important goal, or learned an applicable lesson through their faith.
This publication focuses on monthly themes, and your pitch will generally need to align with them in order to be accepted. Contact the editor to find out what the upcoming themes will be. The editors emphasize that their content is geared toward a progressive Christian audience that seeks in-depth analysis and critical perspectives. These publications pay from $0.10 per word all the way up to $500 per article. How much you earn depends heavily on the specific gigs you take on and the amount of writing you do.
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The pastor’s son performed the ceremony in the basement of the sanctuary. I didn’t ask the bride’s father for permission, but he didn’t seem upset by the news that his only daughter was getting married. I think he was just happy that she was finally potty trained. Our wedding rings were large and ornate things cut from a brown grocery bag. We were trying to make a social statement and that statement was, “The pre-school class wants more craft projects and fewer scripture memorization lessons!
More than 5 million readers access Charisma Media content every month. We are looking for material from and for our audience of graduate and professional women in the form of creative works. In this section we also feature reflections on art or the life of the artist. Our prayer is that God blesses your writing and that you will be gifted with many opportunities to bring hope to women through the ministry of your written words.
In essentials unity, in nonessentials liberty, in all things charity. The Christian Apologetics Alliance is united in our Statement of Faith. The CAA does not, as an organization, have positions on many of the doctrinal or theological debates that take place within the church.
We are always interested in original, well-written content. We also ask that you ensure your submission is consistent withour statement of faith and vision statement. In many cases, editors won’t even consider a pitch unless the writer has followed the directions laid out in the submission guidelines. Identify paying markets you’d like to write for.