Are you a Christian based ministry, recovery program, or Church looking for a Content Writer to enrich your websites with new blog posts, guides and content copy? Content Writer responsibilities include conducting thorough research on industry-related topics, generating ideas for new content types and proofreading articles before publication. If you’re looking for someone to produce online content and have an eye for detail, I’d like to connect with you. My goal is to deliver quality writing that appeal to your audiences, attract engaging conversations and boost awareness.
- Research industry-related topics (combining online sources, interviews and studies)
- Write clear marketing copy to promote inspiring devotionals and messages
- Prepare well-structured drafts
- Proofread and edit blog posts before publication
- Submit work for input and approval
- Coordinate with marketing and design teams to illustrate articles
- Conduct simple keyword research and use SEO guidelines to increase web traffic
- Promote content on social media
- Identify needs and gaps in your content and recommend new topics
- Ensure all-around consistency (style, fonts, images and tone)
- Update website content as needed
- Proven work experience as a Content Writer
- Experience doing research using multiple sources
- Familiarity with web publications
- Excellent writing and editing skills in English
- Hands-on experience with Content Management Systems (e.g. WordPress)
- Ability to meet deadlines
Applicable content for your Church Ministry, Recovery based program, and Church
- Help individuals identify their divine heritage and root themselves in Jesus Christ
- Prepare individuals to face difficult battles they may need to overcome through confession and forgiveness
- Recognize accountability as part of spiritual growth and discipleship
- Become aware of how impacting life challenges and interpersonal conflicts prevents healing and spiritual growth
- Improve self-efficacy toward enhancing a balanced and meaningful quality of life where there is purpose
- Develop spiritual discernment through active listening, healthy communication, and establish personal boundaries
- Implement purpose-driven guidelines based on identified core values and beliefs
- Develop and define realistic goals through awareness of choices, actions, and responsibilities to see them through for success
How this is accomplished is by being mindful in meeting individuals where they are at and assisting them in developing and harnessing their own vision and mission. Holding them accountable on their spiritual journey.
Spiritual awakening and spiritual growth relies on finding inspiration in daily life. Being inspired to face our fears, overcome our challenges, and developing spiritual resilience provides the framework that inspire others on their own personal journey.
Through Christ, we are given a clear path toward freedom and liberation in this life – and in the life to come.
By developing spiritual disciplines, implementing those disciplines into our daily lives, and living according to our own personal values and beliefs – we remain steadfast in living a life that is spiritually enriching and rewarding.
Why Hire a Content Writer Who Uses Mindfulness
Christian based spiritual discipline takes time to develop and implement. For people struggling in recovery, life, and engaging in overcoming their adversity and challenges takes intensive and pain-staking work to move away from a life that is perishing and begin the necessary process of transformation and restoration.
For individuals, it is getting to a place where we allow ourselves permission to be vulnerable and learning to surrender ourselves, our will, our failures, our shame, guilt, and life over to a merciful, divine, and loving Heavenly Father. It requires our commitment to put to death our old nature and desires in order to rise up with a new life.
A.W. Tozer puts it this way in his work The Crucified Life: How to Live Out A Deeper Christian Experience:
What I mean by “the crucified life” is a life wholly given over to the Lord in absolute humility and obedience: a sacrifice pleasing to the Lord. The word “crucified” takes us back to what Christ did on the cross (see, Galatians 2:20).
It is this profound Biblical truth that lays the foundation for men to truly discovery for themselves a deeper and more enriching faith that ignites genuine faith in Jesus Christ. Yet, there is not just the spiritual aspect of why this is a two-year program.
As a content writer, my main focus is on the integrated practice of mindfulness as a means to grow spiritually through Jesus Christ. The idea of mindfulness, as a spiritual practice, may seem contrary to a Christian, and therefore a Biblical, worldview. However, as Dr. Gregory Bottaro writes:
Think of mindfulness practice as brain exercise, not unlike Sodoku or a crossword puzzle, that activates neural stimulation in certain parts of the brain, and in doing so, creates stronger neural pathways and connections. Research shows that mindfulness stimulates parts of the brain that help people to feel less anxious, and turns off the parts that make people feel more anxious. It can help us regulate our “fight or flight” response and regain control of our bodies.
And, as neuroscience of the Brain’s neuroplasticity improves, empirical data shows (through brain imaging) how it returns to a normal state of functioning:
How the brain recovers from addiction is an exciting and emerging area of research. There is evidence that the brain does recover; the image below shows the healthy brain on the left, and the brain of a patient who misused methamphetamine in the center and the right. In the center, after one month of abstinence, the brain looks quite different than the healthy brain; however, after 14 months of abstinence, the dopamine transporter levels (DAT) in the reward region of the brain (an indicator of dopamine system function) return to nearly normal function (Volkow et al., 2001).
Integrating daily spiritual disciplines that are mindfulness-based an individual increases their resilience – while deepening their faith – through spiritual growth. And, not only integrating mindful-based Christian disciplines, maintaining and sustaining these spiritual disciplines for long term enhancement of quality of life.
The articles and content is not a substitute for professional counseling. If clinical treatment is needed to assist an individual in their efforts to address active substance use, underlying mental health services, or any other professional therapeutic intervention – the individual will be provided referrals for appropriate resources and agencies within their community.
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