I have work for some writers who have been published on (at least) sites like Relevant, theOoze, NextWave, etc. and have a established blog presence.
Post your blog in a comment below for me to check out.
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August 17, 2005 at 2:23 pm
Been reading your blog for a couple months when I saw a trackback come from here to my blog Emerge and then my wife’s Intricately Woven .
I have a book idea that I just finished putting together that a friend was supposed to get to Mult. but think he got sidetracked. He writes for CBN.
I would rather not post my book idea here but would like to talk with you about it on the phone and could shoot you a copy. I have the PAF and everything. I also have a devotional book ready to submit off the Coffee for One postings that I have been doing for years Coffee For One that is published on many web sites and blogs.
August 20, 2005 at 10:16 am
I would very interested! I have been published twice on Relevant and have been bloging a 500-page load a day blog for 2 and a half years.
August 21, 2005 at 10:02 pm
I came accross your site today via Bruce Chant. I write semi-regularly at http://www.foreigndevil.org if you’re interested. I’m pretty keen to write further about faith and God’s provision.
August 30, 2005 at 1:55 am
Hi, I just found this site while browsing for online writing jobs. I’m a Minister and Freelance Writer. I started my own website over three years ago, or so. I have written devotionals on it daily, since it began. We have developed our own following: We average 2,000 + visitors per month. We don’t have more because we lack the proper advertising. If you’re interested, then contact me. I would like more information.
Your brother in Christ,
August 30, 2005 at 1:57 am
Scott Michael Ringo, I see you found this site before me? Scott has submitted to my website, and he even helped me out when I needed someone to sub for me. I would highly recommend him for any Christian writing job. I would recommend him before I would recommend myself, he’s very good at what he does! God bless!
September 5, 2005 at 1:30 pm
Thanks for those who posted. I’ll contact you guys after a meeting this week that will determine next steps.
September 18, 2005 at 6:52 pm
Don’t know if it is too late to check in with you about the writing opportunity, but i would be interested. Just let me know. Thanks Drew.
September 24, 2005 at 11:43 pm
The details of your search are rather vague. What exactly do you need in the way of a writer?
September 28, 2005 at 2:26 pm
Different things, for example, someone who can write creative reviews of books.
September 28, 2005 at 11:04 pm
Oh… sounds like you’re more in the market for a nonfiction writer. As you can tell from my blog, I’m more of a storyteller.
Thanks for the response, and good luck in your search.
October 3, 2005 at 12:25 am
I am interested to know what you are looking for in regards to writers. I do not have a website that publishes my work, but if you would give me an email address, I will be happy to send you my writing resume. Thank you. Wendie
December 5, 2005 at 1:12 pm
Excerpt of “roots in the Creator”- Joshua Campbell
Publisher: Publish America
Release: early 2006
Ask, sometimes it is the hardest thing to do, but it is imperative! There you are, facing the fearsome train of temptation threatening to run you over, you know its coming, you can feel it. You know that all you must do is cry out for God to guard you, and it will be averted. Yet, the ability to swallow your pride eludes you and under the wheels you are crushed, ground up into a stricken wreckage of guilt, trying to pull back together the fabric of faith that was torn by your stubborn pride. While the struggles with the small sins in our lives will probably not destroy our faith altogether, constantly mending the rips in our relationship with the Lord due to an inability to ask and receive the strength to overcome the destructive force of sin makes it difficult to grow and mature spiritually. Just as we stay rooted in front of the train, we also fail to progress in our relationships with Christ.
We tend to fall into the trap of ÄúI will do it laterÄù or Äú I will worry about it whenÄ¶Äù We fool ourselves into thinking that we can and will somehow do later what only God can do now! Every later becomes now eventually- what is going to change in between now and then, honestly? Whether the sin is big or small there is a defining moment as we stare temptation in the face. The moment that we choose to call out and accept the strength to overcome, or resign to being overcome ourselves. When those stubborn sin issues rear their ugly head, and you hear Gods voice offering the strength to conquer, how do you choose? Why wait?
January 8, 2007 at 11:31 am
I am new at this but I know God has made me have this calling. I have not been found yet neither have i published anything. Although i have not submitted anything yet either.
If you are looking for someone who pushes the envelope I know God does this in me. I am a Christian yet God calls me to a living relationship rather than a face stuck in a book. I know that the Bible is God’s word, but God speaks even today. God is tired of Christians living weak lives.God is the Father of blessings.Why dont we ask for more blessings?
Why do we not live every day as holy unto God? Why do we seperate over every little minute detail? I ask you is this God’s love? I ask you who is living out God’s love a Christian who says to anyone who does not believe just like him is condemned to hell, or a Buddhist that says peace to all. God is love. He that dwells not in love dwells not in God. Without love we are nothing. We fail to live seperate from sin because we fail to see how much God our Father loves us. We fail often because we dwell in the past, instead of trusting God now. God is stronger than our greatest weakness. Stand up in God and allow your sins to die with Jesus on the cross. I have much more to say contact me if your interested.
January 12, 2007 at 6:55 pm
How about a writer of poetry with an unusual twist. With some amount of consistency I write about sermons before I hear them, the contents of certain Christian meetings before I arrive…I wrote three poems about 9-11 before it happened and I have eyewitnesses of the U.S. Copyright to prove it. In addition, I wrote about 2005’s Gulf Coast disaster in May of 2000. At times I write poems for individuals and include information about them of which I have no knowledge.
When this phenomenon is taking place I am totally unaware. Some of what is coming forth is meant only for the particular individual. Some things are more broad based in their intended audience.
If such a thing would be of any interest let me know.
Be blessed in Jesus
March 14, 2007 at 3:26 pm
Hello, I have been writing an autobiography/christian living book for the last year or so, I am only 23 yrs old, but I have a terminal disease called cystic fibrosis. I never thought that this is what I was suppose to do, but even when I ignore writing somehow it comes back, hence me writing on this site.
My work is raw and I need another set of eyes to help me along this journey, I am sure of it now that finishing this book is what I am suppose to do. I have no money because I am sick, I barely make it each month, so I don’t know what to do to get help for my book.
I am willing to write to make that money I need, in fact I love to write. My style is concise and to the point, as well as heartfelt. God bless, By His Love, Rebecca
April 15, 2007 at 1:58 am
My job realy sucks. I’ve almost walked out three or four times already this month. I operate a plastic forming machine that spits out about a dozen parts per hour, part size varies considering application. The heat inside the building rises sometimes above one hundred degrees. The reason to walk away from there has nothing to do with the extremes of the actual job though. My complaint list could go on and on, if I were to mention the plastic form smoke that I have to put up with. The boss always wanting to skip out on lunch so that we can leave twenty minutes earlier on some days. I often have to ask myself to consider my options. There’s not much opportunity around here where I live. But there’s a real reason for my delimma here. I want to start knocking heads together. Although I know that it’s wrong in God’s eyes, I feel like kicking some backsides for some of the perverse things I have to hear there. I’ve been feeling an urgency for some time now, that is, to write about God, our creator. Only in a sence that men would read some of my own acknowledgements, or understandings of what God has put on my heart. When I sat down for break one day there were others around me talking. From out of nowhere one spoke up, “@#$% god.” he said. Another, ” There is no god.” Yet another, ” If there is a god, he put us here for his own amusement.” I was absolutely devastated. I could never have understood their thinking. Could they actually believe that? Were they serious?
April 21, 2007 at 7:53 pm
I would to know if you guys could help me I always wanted to write a poetry book or I would like to write for your company can someone please get back to me ?
Thank you very much! Mrs. Penny Kauffman
September 11, 2007 at 12:17 pm
I haven’t been published yet but I knw that one day I would. Please check out my blog spot ”allinmyhead”
November 15, 2007 at 2:04 pm
I have been published on Brio online, and WTOnline….
Let me know! -Ashley
March 12, 2008 at 5:29 am
I am a pastor, author and freelance writer serving the Lord as an Independent missionary in the South Pacific island country of Tonga.
I have authored over 20 books (mostly non-fiction) and have been published on many sites, including EscapeArtist.com (I authored the e-Book on Tonga).
I have also been paid to blog by secular sites and enjoy doing so.
I am a writer at heart and truly love to write.
I would love to be considered for this position if possible as it is difficult for me to generate an income here in the South Pacific, and with my being responsible for myself, my dear wife and our 6 children, I could use all the extra work I can get!
Thank you for your consideration.
In Jesus Christ’s salvation,
May 13, 2008 at 10:32 am
I have not been published either, but I feel the same passion that many Chistian writers feel: to set people free by returning to the simplicity of the Good News and the passion with which God pursues us. To read more, please visit http://www.xanga.com/Gods_prince
June 19, 2008 at 4:34 pm
Can any one kindly introduce a christian book publisher to me who would not demand up front money to publish my book.I have inspiring christian short poems to publish but can not afford to pay cost of publishing
December 8, 2008 at 10:38 am
I’ve been writing “teaching/devotional” oriented posts for the last couple of years. I’m at over 30,000 page hits, but have never been published. I feel God’s calling into teaching and writing. You can sample some of my writing at http://runningafterpapa.blogspot.com and I am one of the authors at http://ironsharpeners.wordpress.com
January 29, 2009 at 2:01 pm
For thoses that have ears to hear and eyes to see (of which only I can open) know that Iam knot coming back because I have never left.
You can start all the blogs and followings you want and if you reap monetary or spiritual head knowledge and bring some soul to there knees I know you knot, you have your reward. If your of my flock my spirit in whom I choose will seek you out by observing your walk in silence. Thats the power of spirit!
May 13, 2009 at 3:32 pm
I am a former contract writer for Urban Ministries, Inc. (Chicago, IL), who have published copywritten teaching material: viz., Genesis: Bible Lessons for the Twenty-first Century, Doctrine of Repentance, and Doctrine of Predestination seeks publisher for several of my unpublished works
May 14, 2009 at 12:36 pm
I have been writing children’s stories from the Bible. I have also been on 3 foreign mission trips and have journaled these and hope to publish them. The children’s stories can be seen on Hem of His Garment which is a Bible study site. Would love to write Christian articles. I enjoy writing very much and would love to spread the love of God. I also have been working on a devotional book for Tweens and one for busy moms. Thanks for the opportunity to write for your site.
May 28, 2009 at 2:41 pm
IÄôm going to close comments this post is from 4 years ago and the specific need is complete. Thanks everyone!
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