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Guest Post Guidelines for Satisfaction Through Christ, a growing blog for Christian women who are striving to find their "all in all" in God alone!

Thank you for your interest in guest posting here at Satisfaction Through Christ. Below is all the info you’ll need to prepare and submit a guest post for review. We are committed to bringing God-honoring content to the women who frequent this space, so we’ll be sure to take a look at your submission and get back to you as soon as possible.

Firstly, we highly recommend that you either subscribe to STC blog by entering your email in the right sidebar (a little ways down) or go back through our recent archives to get a grasp of the type of content we offer by reading through several posts. We especially suggest this if you are fairly new to STC. Additionally, if you haven’t already, taking time to read our ‘About‘ page and our faith statement might be a good idea. Of course feel free to mosey around the blog and get all the info you need.

Chances are, if you’re interested in writing for us, then we are probably writing for you.

Our purpose is in our name. Satisfaction Through Christ. We are on that journey; we are inviting other women to join us and encouraging them in every way we can. Encouragement is quite a broad topic and the main one here at STC, so if your submission falls under that umbrella, you’re on the right track.

Other subjects we accept guest posts on are:


Submissions on these topics are always accepted for review.
Here are a few more guidelines:

  • Posts should be between 500 and 1200 words.
  • Posts should include at least one, topic appropriate, Bible verse. (Of course, posts that aren’t geared towards our spiritual lives are excluded from this.)
  • Posts must be family friendly and God-honoring.
  • Posts must be written clearly, with little or no grammar/spelling flaws. (We’re not talking typos, just major flaws.)
  • Posts must be NEW. We cannot accept content that has been published elsewhere.

If desired, you may include one pin-able image with your submission, however this is not required. We do ask that you keep SEO and keywords in mind as you prepare your submission. We live and die by Christ, not by Google, so SEO isn’t the most important submission requirement, however we want to reach women for God’s kingdom and to do that, we have to stay on Google’s good side.

We live and die by Christ, not by Google. | Satisfaction Through Christ

If your submission is accepted we will contact you to let you know the scheduled publish date (it could be a handful of days or several weeks, so avoid holiday or date specific submissions). At this point we will ask you to provide any last minute details including up to two track backs to your website, a 200×200 photo of yourself, and your social media links (up to 4). This includes a link to your homepage that will be listed with your name and image at the bottom of your post. You may choose, if and where, to use the other link.

We will prepare the article, including any images we design for it, and edits for format, SEO, and readability. After it goes live we will promote it via our social media outlets, including Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook. We also encourage  you to share where appropriate!

Finally, if you are still interested in guest posting for our blog for Christian women, we would love to hear from you. Simply fill out the contact form below and include your submission! (If you plan to provide a graphic/pictures we will contact you via email for the image(s) after approval.)

Please make sure to include your website URL in the form, and, if desired leave links for one or two of your social media profiles (in the comments/questions box), so we can get to know you!

Do you want to make a bigger commitment to STC? Browse our open staff positions and apply to serve with us!

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Shirley spends her days fulfilling her purpose of biblical homemaking and motherhood. She is wild about her husband, Paul, who shares her passion for encouraging young marriages. Together they are wading into a homesteading life on a few acres in south Georgia.