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Presbyterians Today: Adjusting to Change

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, May 28, 2016
Presbyterians Today Magazine: Adjusting to Change (Life Transitions)
 
Presbyterians Today magazine (est. 1867), published 10 times annually by the General Assembly Mission Council, needs non-fiction articles for the November/December 2016 issue. The theme is called, “Adjusting to Change (Life Transitions).”
 
Psychologists describe significant life transitions or changes as a kind of trauma. They unsettle much of what we thought we knew of the world and our place in it. In this issue, we’ll bring a pastoral eye to a number of transitions: high school and college graduation, returning from mission or combat, retirement, the death of a spouse or child, immigration, gender transition, incarceration and release, divorce, terminal illness, and more. And we’ll look at the ways the church can be a loving and supportive presence in the midst of these changes, including collegiate ministries, rites of passage like confirmation, and support groups like Company of New Pastors—all as we approach the transition into a world utterly changed by the birth of Christ.
 
Editors will only consider non-fiction feature articles, both long (up to 1500 words), or short (up to 500 words).
 
Payment: negotiated between the freelance writer and editor, typically up to $300/feature. Also pays extra for photos, also negotiated.
 
Deadline: send your article pitches before July 1, 2016.




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Presbyterians Today: Adjusting to Change

Posted by Sally Clark on Saturday, May 28, 2016
Presbyterians Today Magazine: Adjusting to Change (Life Transitions)
 
Presbyterians Today magazine (est. 1867), published 10 times annually by the General Assembly Mission Council, needs non-fiction articles for the November/December 2016 issue. The theme is called, “Adjusting to Change (Life Transitions).”
 
Psychologists describe significant life transitions or changes as a kind of trauma. They unsettle much of what we thought we knew of the world and our place in it. In this issue, we’ll bring a pastoral eye to a number of transitions: high school and college graduation, returning from mission or combat, retirement, the death of a spouse or child, immigration, gender transition, incarceration and release, divorce, terminal illness, and more. And we’ll look at the ways the church can be a loving and supportive presence in the midst of these changes, including collegiate ministries, rites of passage like confirmation, and support groups like Company of New Pastors—all as we approach the transition into a world utterly changed by the birth of Christ.
 
Editors will only consider non-fiction feature articles, both long (up to 1500 words), or short (up to 500 words).
 
Payment: negotiated between the freelance writer and editor, typically up to $300/feature. Also pays extra for photos, also negotiated.
 
Deadline: send your article pitches before July 1, 2016.




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