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General Guidelines

Keywords

The blog or article should express any or a combination of the keywords below. We prefer personal testimonies or inspiring first-hand account of God’s love and grace at work in your own struggle, tragedy, or the wonderful journey you have with God. It should always reflect restoration, forgiveness, hope, and love.

Acceptance
Business
Children
Entertainment
Forgiveness
Freedom
Financial burden
Hurt
Jesus
Joy
Love
Miracle
Homosexuality
Overcome
Parenting struggle
Parents
Parent (Single parenting)
Patience
Peace
Politics
Relationship
Self-Control
Sexual struggle
Struggle
Teens
Testimony

Language: You can use English, Taglish, Tagalog, or any Filipino dialect.


Writing parameters

Working Page title

1. The title should should be uncoventional.
2. It must pose a difficult question or challenge for the readers to think and read more.
3. The editor reserves the right to change the final title.

Paragraphs and sentences

1. Organize your thoughts.
2. Divide your article into several parts with corresponding segment titles.
3. Please make your paragraphs short. A one-sentence paragraph is acceptable.
4. Keep your sentences short: five (5) to ten (10) words per sentence.


Limited copyright

1. The writer can remove his/her credit as the author at any time.
2. The author can edit changes in a published article.
4. The editor reserves the right to un-publish or reassign the article.
5. The Editor can edit or recommend changes to the following:
– Title and Subtitle, Page headings and subheadings, segment titles, and photos or illustrations


IMPORTANT: Things to remember

1. Avoid melodrama.
2. Avoid big, heavy words that appear to impress.
3. Avoid clichés and things that people already know.
4. Avoid too many details.
5. Keep sentences short.
6. Be direct to the point.*
7. Write in love and humility.
8. Pray

Be direct to the point: Example, instead of writing – “She began to seek God in the morning because her heart desired to be in unison with her Creator”, write – “She started her day with God”.

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DISCLAIMER: All views expressed on this website are the personal opinion of the author and not the entity, person, or product that may appear or cited in this blog. Likewise, all links or references shown here do not necessarily share the same views as the author. Send us your comments and suggestions.

“I am the vine; you are the branches. The one who remains in Me and I in him produces much fruit because you can do nothing without Me (John 15:5); “This is My commandment, that you love one another, just as I have loved you.” (John 15:12)

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