INTERESTED IN WRITING A DEVO FOR WORTHY?

WORTHY exists to bring freedom from the world’s pressures to all people of all ages through resources, conferences, devotions, and Biblical Truth. 

Directing people to encounter Jesus to receive the freedom from addictions, shame, sexual insecurities, depression, abuse, self-harm, and spiritual lows. 
 
Our goal is to reach as many as we can to share that they are worth more, loved, and desired by the Creator God.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Use the form provided below to submit your devotional. 

 


What types of devotionals is Worthy Movement most interested in?
 

Worthy Movement's mission is to direct people to encounter Jesus to receive the freedom from addictions, shame, sexual insecurities, depression, abuse, self-harm, and spiritual lows. 

 

Our goal is to reach as many as we can to share that they are worth more, loved, and desired by the Creator God.


We are seeking authors who are interested in helping us accomplish that mission by writing devotionals and testimonies that are deeply rooted in Scripture and aim to:
- Point the reader to Jesus.  The Bible is not about us—it’s all about Jesus and His message for us, namely, the gospel.  Our desire for each devotional is that every reader would love Jesus more as a result of having read it.
- Practically apply to the Christian life.  There are no Christian superstars.  We’re ordinary people serving an extraordinary God.  Our goal for each devotional is that it would deepen the reader’s understanding of Christian truth as it is taught in the Scriptures, and how we can apply it to everyday life.
- Stand firmly on the Word of God.  The Bible is the very Word of God.  God has chosen to reveal Himself to us through His Word, and our prayer for each devotional is that they would be deeply rooted in Scripture and always point the reader to the Bible.  If you can read our devotional without your Bible in hand, we have not accomplished our mission.


What types of devotionals and books is Hosanna Revival not interested in?
- Religious “self-help” devotionals
- Collected works or poetry
- Fiction or novel-type books
- Biographical devotionals