Guest Post Guidelines

Thank you for showing interest in reaching more women with the gospel! I am excited about the possibility of linking arms with your ministry to advance the gospel through a guest post opportunity.

The goal at Simply Scripture is to build a community of women whose passion is to make Jesus known, cultivate deeper faith, and thrive in God’s word. Is that your goal, too? Prayerfully consider if your ministry is ready to link arms with us by reading our statement of faith.

Welcome to the Simply Scripture family! I am excited that you have chosen to share your thoughts with my readers and I look forward to reading your content.

Before you commit to writing a post for us, please be aware that you will need to agree with our statement of faith.

Please follow these guidelines in writing your post:

Guest authors should have experienced writing backgrounds, a website, and a social media presence.

As a Guest author for Simply Scripture, your bio, headshot, and links will be featured on your post. Please do not submit a post under an alias or pen name.

Guest authors commit to writing a single post or a series of post on a specific niche topic as requested. The submission will have an expected deadline. Any posts received after the deadline will not be considered.

Keep your post between 1000-1500 words total including scripture references.

The article must have a short guided prayer at the end of the post. (less than 75 words)

Your post and title must be keyword-rich and SEO-ready with 2-4 main points. Those points can be practical tips, calls to action, truths or prompts, debunked myths, testimony, etc

Each post must be your original, fresh content and not found anywhere else on the web or in print including on other guest posting opportunities.

Each post must have 2-4 Bible verses that are kept in context of the overall meaning and fit with the theme you have assigned. Please only use ESV, KJV, NKJV, or NASB and label each verse with the corresponding version. Do not use any paraphrased versions or partial scripture quotes.

Please do not use quotes from other authors or influencers in the post. Scripture only!

Before you submit your post, please proofread and have it edited. It should be free of any grammar or spelling errors.

Inside the document, please have the suggested THEME and title of your post, then your name.

Five Ways to Escape Negative Self-Talk
By Jane Doe

Your post has the opportunity to be live on our blog at any time throughout the next 6-12 months. When your post is scheduled, you will be contacted and required to share the link on your social media outlet and email subscribers. If you have any questions, please email me at