Guest Post Submission Guidelines

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So, you want to write for Hebrews Great! We’re always looking for well-written, unique posts that will encourage and inspire our readers to know God, know themselves or run their race.

Before submitting your post for consideration, please note the following guidelines:

  • Submission of your guest post does not guarantee publication. Your submission will be reviewed and if it will benefit Hebrews12Endurance readers, it is likely to be published.
  • Posts should be child-friendly, that means no expletives or explicit content.
  • Posts must be high-quality, original content (i.e. not published anywhere else online).
  • Post should be at least 500 words. 
  • Please do not email your submission in HTML format. Send it in a Word document as an attachment. Include any relevant images to the email that you want in your article.
  • Include a short bio (50 words or less) at the end of your post. Feel free to include a link to your site.
  • Include a picture of yourself, no smaller than 200 x 200 in dimensions. This will be used for your author profile.
  • does not offer monetary compensation for guest posts at this time.

Submissions that closely adhere to these guidelines are much more likely to be published!

If your guest post is accepted, you will be notified and the date of publication provided.

If you would like to submit your guest post for review, please email it to with “Guest Post Submission” in the subject line. Or you can submit a proposal using the form below.

Please include the following:

1.     Your full name.

2.     Your URL (if applicable).

3.     Your post title.

4.     The body of your post.

5.     Attach any images you’d like to include (not required).

6.     A short bio.

Guest Post Submission Form

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