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Don’t Just Read…Write


Posted on April 1st, by LJ Harry in Interaction. 3 comments

Sharpen your number 2 lead pencils. Better yet, just charge up your laptop. We are currently looking for aspiring student writers for InsideOut. If you are a writer/aspiring writer and would like to share something that will bless other students and young adults, you are on the right page.

Simply fill out the form below and click “Submit.” If you have already been approved to publish an article on InsideOut, you only need to re-submit the form if you have had a pastoral change as pastoral permission to publish is required. Each article needs to be 700 words or less and be appropriate for young men and young ladies alike. Due to an overwhelming response from aspiring writers, we will endeavor to publish as many students’ articles as possible.

Shortly after you have filled out the form, you will receive an e-mail letting you know the next steps to take. Thanks for sharing with us, what God has shared with you!





3 thoughts on “Don’t Just Read…Write

  1. Hi InsideOut Team,
    I’m Ruby, an apostolic convert from UPC Philippines. I’ve been engaged in campus journalism for almost eight years.Now that I’ve found my place in God’s church,I feel that I do wanted to be a part of this passionate team of writers to inspire more youths like me. I hope I can share my wonderful experiences in living as a pentecostal to the youths of the world.
    Thank you and God bless.

    With Enthusiasm,
    RJ

  2. Hello InsideOut Team,
    I’m Ruby, an apostolic convert from UPC Philippines. I’ve been engaged in campus journalism for almost eight years.Now that I’ve found my place in God’s church,I feel that I do wanted to be a part of this passionate team of writers to inspire more youths like me. I hope I can share my wonderful experiences in living as a pentecostal to the youths of the world.
    Thank you and God bless.

    Sincerely,
    Ruby:-)

  3. First off I woukd ljke too say awesone blog! I had a qjick question that I’d
    like to ask if you don’t mind. I was curious to find out hoow you centdr yourself andd clear your head before writing.
    I have had a tough time clearing myy mind inn gettfing my thoughts out there.
    I truly ddo take plasure in writing but it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes tend
    to be wastdd simply just trying too figure out hhow to begin.
    Any recommendations or hints? Thanks!

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