Join the Conversation: Write for the Preaching Collective!

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Here at the Preaching Collective our goal is to post some of the best writing on preaching from the Wesleyan world. While we have a small team of regular contributors, we are looking to expand our stable of writers–people who are passionate about preaching and have some advice, expertise, and examples of great preaching to share.

We’re looking for people who’ve done some writing about preaching (or who aspire to write about all things homiletical) and who can contribute articles of interest for our audience. Submissions should be 500-1,200 words optimally, just the right size for an effective blog post. You might have an article about the nuts and bolts of putting together a sermon and presenting it, or a piece about the inner life of the preacher, or even a sermon series idea to share. Really, we’re wild about anything to do with preaching! If your piece is published, it will be read by preachers from all over the world and you may receive an invitation to become a regular contributor to the Preaching Collective.

Send me a brief pitch about your article at and I’ll send you the specifics about format, etc. I look forward to hearing from you!

Bob Kaylor, Editor of the Preaching Collective


We at Seedbed believe that a new revival of that movement is poised to once again break out in churches and communities across the world and the Preaching Collective is designed to give those who bring God’s Word to people, be they men or women, clergy or laity, serving in small rural churches or suburban megachurches, the tools, ideas, and resources that we pray will enable us to “shake the gates of Hell and set up the kingdom of Heaven upon Earth.”