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Her.meneutics Summer Writing Contest 2015

Tell us: What do you wish the church knew?

As a site dedicated to the perspectives of evangelical women, we at Her.meneutics believe we have a lot to learn from one another. We view our work as a collective pursuit on behalf of our churches, our communities, and our world.

In that spirit, we’re asking the writers, bloggers, reporters, and essayists among us: Where do you see untapped potential for the Body of Christ in its local expression as the gathered church? What overlooked opportunities for ministry, outreach, service, nuance, truth, understanding are lingering within our churches? What could our worshiping communities be doing more, better, or with clearer focus?

In other words, “I wish my local church knew ___________.”

In an 800-1,000 word article, make the case for an opportunity you see for Christian ministry. It could be something like making accommodations for children with special needs or addressing body image from the pulpit.

The strongest submissions will incorporate the writers’ ...

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