Our mission is to help lead women into transformational wholeness by sharing sound Gospel-centered, theological content from a Reformed perspective. Equipping women to confront deeper issues through seeking God, His Word and learning to fully surrender our individual lives to His Will. To know our identity in God, we must first come to know God, and we do that through His Word.
*For the sake of unity within the ministry we are careful whom we partner with regarding other organizations or individuals interested in joining our writing team. We stand uncompromised on the Doctrines of Grace and Reformed Theology. Because of this we will only accept submissions from those who affirm our beliefs. If you have any questions, please contact our founder Carmen Miller at email@example.com.
Please make sure the topic and content of your post reflects the content we post here on Whole. Topics for your post could include:
- Faith & Inspiration
- Marriage & Relationships
- Family & Parenting
- Single & Content
- Christian Lifestyle
Requirements & Formatting Guidelines
Word Count: 800-2000 words. We recommend using Word Counter to help you track your word count.
Original work: All submissions must be original well-written content and not previously published--after we post it live on our blog, you may post the content on your own personal website by using an excerpt and directing readers to entire post on our site. Search engines frown upon duplicate content.
Required information: Please include your name, topic, and article title when submitting your post. You may also include a brief bio and a link to your website (or Twitter or Facebook pages).
Proofreading and spell-check: Please review your submission for grammar, sentence flow, accuracy and spelling several times before sending it to us. If your post is clearly unedited, we will not post it.
Writing & Editing
Articles must reflect the style/tone of Whole Magazine blogs. Please avoid being self-promotional in the body of your article as we want to always point our stories back to Jesus. We reserve the right to make necessary changes (without taking away from the author's story) to enhance any posts to better fit with our mission and vision and adapt to our previous content, and update it in the future for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Be connected in some way to the theme of sharing the Gospel.
We will edit all submissions for grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc. If we need to make more significant changes, we will email you for approval before posting it. We also may provide a short introduction or conclusion to your post to provide context, which will be stylistically set apart from your content so our readers know that those words are ours and not yours. Although we can't promise that we'll post every submission we get, we will definitely read and consider them all. Thanks in advance for your submissions!
The correct way to quote Scripture
There are many different ways to quote scripture, but please adhere to the following example when submitting to Whole Magazine. Now may the Lord of peace himself give you peace at all times in every way. The Lord be with you all. (2 Thessalonians 3:16 ESV)
*Make note that EVERYTHING is italicized without quotation marks. It is permissible to use any translation with the proper abbreviation.
A few things to keep in mind that can get your post rejected
Do not overuse italics, bold, and exclamation marks.
Do not indent your new paragraphs.
Type alignment must be “left-justified.”
We NEVER center posts.
Your title should be catchy and grasp the audience’s attention.
Your title, heading, and content should flow smoothly. Pay particular attention to transitions between paragraphs.
We never use "&," but always use "and" in a post.
Please know that we are so grateful for your submission. Due to the high volume of submissions we receive and the size of our volunteer team, at this point in time we are unable to personally respond to all emails. If your post meets our editorial standards and aligns with our vision, we will notify you once your post is live. Thanks for your understanding.