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Presbyterians Today Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Presbyterians Today Magazine Needs Articles for December Issue

Presbyterians Today magazine (est. 1867), published 10 times annually by the General Assembly Mission Council, needs non-fiction articles for the December 2014 issue. The theme is called, “The Church That Stayed.” This issue will present stories of the various approaches parishes are employing to handle difficult denominational developments— churchgoers opting to leave the parish; the ones segregated and undecided; and the ones deciding to stay and to establish new ministries.
 
Freelance writers can submit general interest articles or themed articles for this issue. All articles should connect to the Presbyterian culture or have a Christian viewpoint.
 
Articles examine common questions of religion, life, and beliefs, and help readers embrace their religious lifestyles and understand how church plays an important centerpiece in society. The magazine includes third-person narrative pieces, written for the layperson, to explain what Presbyterians believe in through engaging storytelling, profiles, interviews, devotionals, and commentary.
 
Editor Patrick David Heery will only consider non-fiction feature articles, both long (up to 1500 words), or short (up to 500 words).
 
Payment: negotiated between the freelance writer and editor, typically up to $300/feature. Also pays extra for photos, also negotiated.
 
Deadline: send your article pitches before September 1, 2014.




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Presbyterians Today Magazine

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Presbyterians Today Magazine Needs Articles for December Issue

Presbyterians Today magazine (est. 1867), published 10 times annually by the General Assembly Mission Council, needs non-fiction articles for the December 2014 issue. The theme is called, “The Church That Stayed.” This issue will present stories of the various approaches parishes are employing to handle difficult denominational developments— churchgoers opting to leave the parish; the ones segregated and undecided; and the ones deciding to stay and to establish new ministries.
 
Freelance writers can submit general interest articles or themed articles for this issue. All articles should connect to the Presbyterian culture or have a Christian viewpoint.
 
Articles examine common questions of religion, life, and beliefs, and help readers embrace their religious lifestyles and understand how church plays an important centerpiece in society. The magazine includes third-person narrative pieces, written for the layperson, to explain what Presbyterians believe in through engaging storytelling, profiles, interviews, devotionals, and commentary.
 
Editor Patrick David Heery will only consider non-fiction feature articles, both long (up to 1500 words), or short (up to 500 words).
 
Payment: negotiated between the freelance writer and editor, typically up to $300/feature. Also pays extra for photos, also negotiated.
 
Deadline: send your article pitches before September 1, 2014.




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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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