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Devotions and The Quiet Hour

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, April 20, 2019
Devotions and The Quiet Hour

Devotions® and The Quiet Hour jointly publish new devotionals written per assignment on contract. Assignments are for sets of seven devotionals on selected passages of Scripture.

Work-for-hire/full rights contracts pay $140 and are offered to successful candidates with postal addresses in North America. The editor invites new authors to submit a spec devotional (new or previously published) that aligns with our platform.

Devotional platform: Identify a Scripture selection (about 5-15 verses) of your choice and then write out a key verse (verses or parts of a verse) within that selection to orient your devotional.

Write a title.

Body Elements: First, compose devotional text (about 200 words) for three key elements (usually paragraphs) and then a concluding prayer. Launch the devotional body with an opening anecdote—aim for engaging story that hooks the reader and connects to your devotional message.

Second, introduce or connect to the content of the key verse and/or Scripture passage that leads into your message. This may include brief Bible background on the Scripture selection.

Third, take the reader into your devotional message of biblical insight, truth, and encouragement that guides the reader for application in a life of faith in today's world. This third element of the body should lead naturally into your concluding prayer.

Writing Guidelines:  Write conversationally as a companion on the journey of faith. Aim for balance in the amount of copy dedicated to each of the three body elements. Concluding prayers may be shorter.

Note that the devotional is not meant to be a Bible teaching, a retelling of the Scripture, or a review of background information.

Contact information:  Send your submission and/or inquiries to the editor at: thequiethour@davidccook.com . Please include your postal address and brief biographical information.



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Devotions and The Quiet Hour

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, April 20, 2019
Devotions and The Quiet Hour

Devotions® and The Quiet Hour jointly publish new devotionals written per assignment on contract. Assignments are for sets of seven devotionals on selected passages of Scripture.

Work-for-hire/full rights contracts pay $140 and are offered to successful candidates with postal addresses in North America. The editor invites new authors to submit a spec devotional (new or previously published) that aligns with our platform.

Devotional platform: Identify a Scripture selection (about 5-15 verses) of your choice and then write out a key verse (verses or parts of a verse) within that selection to orient your devotional.

Write a title.

Body Elements: First, compose devotional text (about 200 words) for three key elements (usually paragraphs) and then a concluding prayer. Launch the devotional body with an opening anecdote—aim for engaging story that hooks the reader and connects to your devotional message.

Second, introduce or connect to the content of the key verse and/or Scripture passage that leads into your message. This may include brief Bible background on the Scripture selection.

Third, take the reader into your devotional message of biblical insight, truth, and encouragement that guides the reader for application in a life of faith in today's world. This third element of the body should lead naturally into your concluding prayer.

Writing Guidelines:  Write conversationally as a companion on the journey of faith. Aim for balance in the amount of copy dedicated to each of the three body elements. Concluding prayers may be shorter.

Note that the devotional is not meant to be a Bible teaching, a retelling of the Scripture, or a review of background information.

Contact information:  Send your submission and/or inquiries to the editor at: thequiethour@davidccook.com . Please include your postal address and brief biographical information.



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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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