Help & Info: Writer's Guidelines
- Who Is Leadership Journal's Audience?
- How Do I Submit a Query?
- Core Qualities of a Leadership Journal Article
- What Kinds of Articles Is Leadership Journal Looking For?
- What Is the Culture of Leadership Journal?
- How Do I Write a "How-To" Article?
- Does Leadership Journal Prefer a Particular Style?
- How Should I Submit a Manuscript?
What Is the Culture of Leadership Journal?
Seasoned, timely, and (we hope) fun. We're looking for writing that is crisp, enjoyable, relevant, and biblically faithful. Given the varied background of our readers, articles should be inclusive rather than targeted at a narrow audience.
Every piece in Leadership Journal must speak to the realities of church leadership. Our articles are not essays expounding a topic, editorials arguing a position, or homilies explaining biblical principles. Instead they bridge the gap between ministry theory and practice. Always, our goal is to assist leaders with the problems and opportunities encountered in local church ministry.
As always, our concern is the impact of pastoral theology on the life and experience of the local church. Tell us your story, with freshness and honesty. Describe struggles as well as triumphs. Tell us what you've learned, not what we need to do.