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PO BOX 2053
Sheffield Lake, Ohio 44054
USA
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Our Guidelines

All submission are subject to editing for clarity and length as the Lord leads, plus it must be consistent with Biblical Principles. We reserve the right to not post any submitted articles as seems best; especially if your article is not on the topic of praise and worship. The purpose of submitting your written article is to help encourage and build-up the body of Christ.

All articles submission are preferably sent by email – plain text preferable, but if you want to preserve formatting with Microsoft Word attachments are fine. Submission may also be sent by regular postal mail, if that easier for you. The maximum amount of words for each article sent to Sensible Worship is 700-1,400. When you submit the article, please have the following:

  • Date
  • Name, alias name ( if applied to article), address, phone number, and age
  • Short bio – a few sentences ( two or three) telling about yourself
  • Photo of yourself (if mailing and what photo returned, send a SASE with submission) Size: (dimensions) 300 X 300  and the standard is 72 dpi (Windows) and 96 dpi (Macintosh).
  • Copyright information – permission to republish or not

While content is more compelling to us than form, we are thankful for manuscripts that use good grammar punctuation. Arrange the material logically. Keep sentences relatively simple.

I hope that these guidelines will in no way discourage you, the readers from submitting items. If you have any further questions, before sending your items, please feel free to contact me.

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Please contact me before republishing anything

Reprinting is generally allowed, but we appreciated knowing what articles will be used where. Exceptions are made when the author of an article requests to retain the copyright of their work – in such case, we will endeavor to get you directly in touch with the writer to ask their permission.