Write for CEJ


Are you interested in writing for CEJ?

Now accepting submissions for the following upcoming themes:

December 2017:  In his book The Life You’ve Always Wanted, John Ortberg says that “authentic community is characterized perhaps more than anything else by mutual servanthood and submission” (120). This issue will focus on why and how we should be creating authentic communities, and what those should look like, in our Christian schools. Contributions for this issue will be due October 13 and can be submitted to mbrink@unitychristian.org

February 2018: No matter the age of our students or the disciplines we teach, we have likely all found ourselves talking to our students about sensitive topics. Whether the conversation revolves around a dying classmate, differing political views during a polarizing election, the problem of pornography, or a controversial novel, the words we use are all the more important because we teach in Christian schools.

This month’s theme will be “When the teaching gets tough…” and will explore the difficult discussions we have in our classrooms, the extent to which we should engage in these discussions, and how our intentions should be communicated with parents. Contributions for this issue will be due December 8, 2017, and can be submitted to mbrink@unitychristian.org

April 2018: This will be the annual resource review issue. If you wish to submit a review of a book or a resource that you have found valuable, or if you wish to see a review of a particular book or resource, please contact the editor at mbrink@unitychristian.org. Contributions for this issue will be due on February 9, 2018.

Please check our Submission Guidelines.