Article Submission

Submit your article(s) for possible inclusion on worshipleader.com:

We accept unsolicited articles for the web, highlighted in our newsletter. Articles should be around 500 to 1000 words, and practical for those in the role of leading worship. Web articles are published on a gratis basis and are often the first step in creating a relationship with us and our readers, which could lead to more involvement as a writer. 
 
We prefer submissions as Word attachments. Please note, we don’t pay for web articles, but we do include a byline, bio and photo. Articles are automatically archived. Please double-check spelling and grammar before submitting. All articles will be edited for length, grammar, content, style and tone.




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I understand that by checking this box, 1) Author agrees to be responsible for the accuracy of all the facts in the Article. Author represents that he or she is the sole author of the Article and has the full right to convey the stated rights in the Article. 2) Author grants to Publisher the right to print, publish, sell, lease and license the Article in the United States of America and all areas subject to the copyright laws of the United States, Canada and throughout the world. Author further grants Publisher the right to publish the Article in any format (whether now known or hereafter to become known) including, but not limited to, all forms of print, radio, television, Internet and online services, any and all electronic formats, motion pictures, video cassette and compact disc. 3) Author grants Publisher the right to edit, revise, abridge, condense, translate or augment the Article as well as to change the title. Author grants Publisher the right to reproduce and distribute the Article in an anthology or any derivative form; to grant translation rights to foreign-language publications; to give permission to quote short excerpts (representing 25% or less of total word count) to third-parties where no payment is involved; to publish the Article in one or more installments; to reproduce and distribute copies of the Article, to use Author’s name, biography and likeness in connection with the publication, advertising or promotion of the Article or any publication containing the Article; to sell, license and otherwise use the Article in the form of a computer database to commercial database services and technologies; and to make such other promotional use of the Article as Publisher, in its sole judgment, may determine. 4) The Author shall retain the right to use, reproduce, distribute, perform, and display the Article in connection with the Author’s own teaching, conference presentations, and lectures. 5) The Author shall retain the right to make full use of the Article in future research and publications. The Author shall also have the right to republish the Article in whole or in part in any book the Author may write or edit after the Article has appeared. In such case, the Author will be expected to provide proper citation to the original publication. 6) The Author shall retain the right to deposit the published version of the Article in an open-access digital repository maintained by the Author’s employing institution. At the Publisher’s written request, open access to the Article may be delayed for a period not to exceed 12 months from the date of publication. 7) The Author shall retain the right to post the published version of the Article on the Author’s personal website. 8) The Author shall retain all rights necessary to comply with requirements and conditions of research grants or publishing subventions provided by government agencies or non-profit foundations. 9) The Author shall have the right to be acknowledged as the creator/author of the Article in the original journal publication and in any subsequent republication. The Author (or any one of multiple authors speaking for him or herself) shall also have the right to refuse attribution if the article is later revised or modified in a manner unacceptable to the objecting party.
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