Are you interested in writing for Theology in Africa? We are looking for well-written articles that encourage believers in Africa to study, practice and teach God’s word effectively and fruitfully.
Writing Style Guidelines
We do not accept any submission that promotes sin, for example, content that is sexually explicit or contains profanity, hate language or slurs.
- Articles should be 500 – 1,200 words
- Submissions should conform to the Nicene Creed
- Write in a conversational tone: do not hide theology in big words
- Be clear, be focused and be organized. Use transition words to give flow to your work. Minimize use of passive voice.
- SEO suggestions:
- Identify the keyword for your article
- Sprinkle the keyword naturally in headings and text
- Subheadings should have at most 300 words. Use short paragraphs and short senses
- Write like you – use your unique voice
Email your submission in Word format to esanganyado (at) outlook (dot) com. Please include the following information in your email:
- Full name, email address, and date of submission
- 2-3 sentence byline and an email address associated with your Gravatar account
- Proposed title and subtitle
- A brief note on the ways the article encourages Africans to study, practice and teach God’s word
Please note, we currently do not compensate submissions to Theology in Africa.