Fervr is currently not accepting submissions for new articles. If in the future we open up the site for contributions, our submissions guidelines are as follows.
All of our contributors work on a volunteer basis, which means some write articles each week, whilst others only have time to write every couple of months.
If you're interested in writing an article or review for Fervr, here's the basics of what we look for:
- Article length: 700-800 words.
- Article style: Fervr's audience is primarily 13-25 years old, so our articles are written with that age group in mind. So, while most of our articles contain rich and deep theological truths, they are written in an informal and easy-to-read style.
- Theology: Fervr's theological position can be basically described as reformed evangelical. If you are unsure what this means, take a look at our 'what we believe' page.
- Topics: Fervr writes for Christian teens, but we are also aware there are many non-Christians visiting our site. We aim to have a variety of articles which address the questions and concerns of modern Christian teenagers, while also endeavouring to help non-Christians understand the truths of the gospel. Some articles are straight theology, others are more topical. Take a look at the articles already on the site and you'll get the idea.
Before taking the time to write your article or review, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and let us know what you are interested in writing about. It would be good for us to know a bit more about you and chat about your ideas. Not all articles written by our contributors actually make it on to Fervr, but the more time we have to chat about it beforehand, the more likely it is the article will be published.
By submitting articles to Fervr via email or any other method, you grant Fervr the right to edit, publish and promote your articles on Fervr.net, our social media pages, and email marketing channels.