We take seriously our responsibility before God and His church to provide resources that honor Him, point to Christ, and are true to Scripture. That’s why we’re careful about the content we place on Sunday School Zone. If you are interested in writing for us, then we’d like to get to know you a little better. Here’s what we’ll need from you…
A Brief Biographical Sketch
Tell us about the key aspects of your life. (Include a link to your Facebook page.) Include any experience you have as a writer, as well as qualifications you feel you have. Please know we’re not necessarily looking for experience and lots of credentials; so if you’ve not written before, that’s OK. We’re willing to work with inexperienced writers, but your spiritual commitment and ability to write is important. This bio will be edited for style and published with anything you write for us.
Like Us On Facebook
Yes, we’re a bit nosey and have learned that a person’s Facebook profile can tell us quite a bit about the person. Don’t worry. We’re not looking for perfect people. We are seeking potential writers who share a commitment to Christ, but are real. That is, they live in the real world with real needs and have friends who have real needs. So, connect with us so we can get to know you.
What Do You Want to Write?
Finally, we need to know what you’d like to write. See below for a list of the types of content we welcome. Include this in your email.
Once you have Liked us on Facebook and sent us an email with the above information, then you can expect someone to contact you.
Thank you for considering writing for us. We look forward to hearing from you by email at [email protected].
The Staff at SundaySchoolZone.com
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