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Thriving Family: Family Devotions

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, December 10, 2011 Under: Christian Print Magazine
Thriving Family Magazine Call for Submissions: Family Devotions
 
Theme: Devotions
We are simplifying our devotions and are looking for devotion writers. Our new categories are Play, Talk, and Pray. They will differ from our current devotions in that they will be something a family can do in the car. The"Play" category will include an activity for young children and one for older children, a car game that they can play with you as you drive. Our current road trip games can be found at
http://www.thrivingfamily.com/Features/Magazine/2011/games-and-activities-for-road-trips.aspx. The games for these devotions will need to be things that kids can do in the car but be different from what we already have online and relate directly to the devotion theme. The "Talk" category will be just like our current “Digging Deeper” area in our current devotionss, but at the end, it will also include a possible conversation you can begin with an older child (tween or teen). Our current family devotions with “Digging Deeper” category can be found halfway down the page at http://www.thrivingfamily.com/Additions/family-faith-archive.aspx. The "Pray" category will take a related Scripture and ask parents to pray over their children with that Scripture (and the children to pray over their siblings and parents). Past prayers of these kinds can be found at http://www.thrivingfamily.com/Family/Faith/prayers.aspx.
Word Count: 150-250 words
Rights: First nonexclusive
Payment: $50 per devotion, on acceptance
Other details: Please request a themes least for May through July topics via the email address below or send us a devotion on the topic of your choice
Due date: Ongoing for general topics, ASAP for May through July topics (and it will be open to writers until the devotion topics are filled)
Byline: no byline
Submission: If interested, please respond to 
Web.Features@fotf.org and put “Attn: Sheila – Family Devotions” in the subject line. (Note: You must include the subject line as it appears here or the submission will not reach the appropriate editor for consideration.)

In : Christian Print Magazine 


Tags: "christian writers" devotions "family devotions" 
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Thriving Family: Family Devotions

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, December 10, 2011 Under: Christian Print Magazine
Thriving Family Magazine Call for Submissions: Family Devotions
 
Theme: Devotions
We are simplifying our devotions and are looking for devotion writers. Our new categories are Play, Talk, and Pray. They will differ from our current devotions in that they will be something a family can do in the car. The"Play" category will include an activity for young children and one for older children, a car game that they can play with you as you drive. Our current road trip games can be found at
http://www.thrivingfamily.com/Features/Magazine/2011/games-and-activities-for-road-trips.aspx. The games for these devotions will need to be things that kids can do in the car but be different from what we already have online and relate directly to the devotion theme. The "Talk" category will be just like our current “Digging Deeper” area in our current devotionss, but at the end, it will also include a possible conversation you can begin with an older child (tween or teen). Our current family devotions with “Digging Deeper” category can be found halfway down the page at http://www.thrivingfamily.com/Additions/family-faith-archive.aspx. The "Pray" category will take a related Scripture and ask parents to pray over their children with that Scripture (and the children to pray over their siblings and parents). Past prayers of these kinds can be found at http://www.thrivingfamily.com/Family/Faith/prayers.aspx.
Word Count: 150-250 words
Rights: First nonexclusive
Payment: $50 per devotion, on acceptance
Other details: Please request a themes least for May through July topics via the email address below or send us a devotion on the topic of your choice
Due date: Ongoing for general topics, ASAP for May through July topics (and it will be open to writers until the devotion topics are filled)
Byline: no byline
Submission: If interested, please respond to 
Web.Features@fotf.org and put “Attn: Sheila – Family Devotions” in the subject line. (Note: You must include the subject line as it appears here or the submission will not reach the appropriate editor for consideration.)

In : Christian Print Magazine 


Tags: "christian writers" devotions "family devotions" 
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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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