This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunites featured on this blogsite have been collected by Sally Clark. The source of the information is listed at the bottom of each post. Please check these websites for additional writing articles and information on submissions in other genres.

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a lift-the-flap board book for ages 2-5,

written by Sally Clark


and winner of a 2015
Silver Medal
from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards






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Thriving Family "Soft Evangelism" Articles

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, April 7, 2010 Under: Christian Print Magazine
Writers,

Evangelism is a tricky business, for sure. Jesus tells us to go and make disciples, yet in today’s world, Christians attempting to share their faith are often met with skepticism and resentment. Still, we know that God seeks the heart of every individual. How can we nudge our non-believing friends toward the waiting arms of the Savior?

For an upcoming issue of Thriving Family, I’m looking for examples of “soft evangelism.” By “soft” evangelism, I mean times when you and your children have created moments of opportunity for your non-believing friends to recognize that God is real, that He loves them and has a plan for their lives.* Often, this happens when we become the hands and feet of Christ, when we serve others without necessarily preaching the gospel to them. Other times, it happens when we create a family environment where the reality of God is made clear. I think back to my own childhood, when my good friend’s mom would invite me to join her family for trips to the aquarium or the apple orchard. I first came to know God as Creation’s master artist.

Each article (true-life narrative) should be written to parents of pre-teen/tween children (8- to -12-year-olds). Articles should be written in first person and have practical ideas for our readers. Please no third-person perspectives this time.  

Topic: Soft Evangelism

Summary: In what ways has your family created moments of opportunity for your non-believing friends to recognize the reality of God’s love?

Department: Family Stages

Due date: April 15th

Payment: $50 on acceptance

Rights:  First non-exclusive

Word count: 50-200 words

Tentative publication: September 2010
 
Submit articles to: vance.fry@fotf.org

Thank you!   Vance Fry





In : Christian Print Magazine 



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Thriving Family "Soft Evangelism" Articles

Posted by Sally Clark on Wednesday, April 7, 2010 Under: Christian Print Magazine
Writers,

Evangelism is a tricky business, for sure. Jesus tells us to go and make disciples, yet in today’s world, Christians attempting to share their faith are often met with skepticism and resentment. Still, we know that God seeks the heart of every individual. How can we nudge our non-believing friends toward the waiting arms of the Savior?

For an upcoming issue of Thriving Family, I’m looking for examples of “soft evangelism.” By “soft” evangelism, I mean times when you and your children have created moments of opportunity for your non-believing friends to recognize that God is real, that He loves them and has a plan for their lives.* Often, this happens when we become the hands and feet of Christ, when we serve others without necessarily preaching the gospel to them. Other times, it happens when we create a family environment where the reality of God is made clear. I think back to my own childhood, when my good friend’s mom would invite me to join her family for trips to the aquarium or the apple orchard. I first came to know God as Creation’s master artist.

Each article (true-life narrative) should be written to parents of pre-teen/tween children (8- to -12-year-olds). Articles should be written in first person and have practical ideas for our readers. Please no third-person perspectives this time.  

Topic: Soft Evangelism

Summary: In what ways has your family created moments of opportunity for your non-believing friends to recognize the reality of God’s love?

Department: Family Stages

Due date: April 15th

Payment: $50 on acceptance

Rights:  First non-exclusive

Word count: 50-200 words

Tentative publication: September 2010
 
Submit articles to: vance.fry@fotf.org

Thank you!   Vance Fry





In : Christian Print Magazine 



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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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