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We constantly collect and evaluate submissions. Please download the template by clicking the button below to begin the process:

 

Submit your article the following ways:

  1. COMMENT FORM (Not great, but okay…) Paste your article directly into the contact form below. This is not ideal as formatting might be lost, but it’s a start.
  2. EMAIL (Better…) Another option is to email your file directly to John.Lande@swbaptist.org. Attach a file or share a link (i.e. Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, etc.)
  3. TEMPLATE (Best!) Use Google Drive by downloading a copy of the article template found here: CLICK TO COPY. Share your article (blue  “Share” button in upper right) link with John.Lande@swbaptist.org or through the contact form below.

 

Please include the following:

  • Author picture (Email high-res personal or family photo to John.Lande@swbaptist.org)
  • Author bio (name, job title/description, church name & city/state, family, personal info, church website, blogs, etc.)
  • Article title (may include subtitle)
  • Article content
  • Multiple relevant TAGS per the topic of your article, separated by commas (i.e. church, ministry, philosophy, giving, finances, etc.)
  • Suggested CATEGORY per the topic of your article (i.e. the sections on The HEARTLAND CONNECT Home page: Philosophy, Pastors, Music, etc.)

 

Formatting:

  • Use Bold Words For Section Headings
  • Use only ONE “Enter” line break to add spacing between paragraphs.

 

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