Okay, you won’t make millions of dollars. That was a straight up lie. I’m sorry to have disappointed you.

BackstagePastors.com is designed to be a website for Pastors who spend most of their time off stage. This is the place where you’ll find super practical articles on all sorts of ministry related needs and issues. Right now it’s new, but I hope to see a large group of writers develop in this space. Discipleship Pastors, Missions Pastors, Operations guys, etc. etc. If you want to write about preaching prep or leading worship, you’ve come to the wrong place, but if you want to write about facilities and budgets and counseling and HR and  . . . you get the point . . . this is your place. Let me tell you how it works.

Engagement Levels-How much would I need to write?

Guest Blogger-  Let’s be honest, there are a lot of pastors out there with blogs that have one post a year for the last three years and they all start with the words “So, it’s been a while since I’ve written”. You might be one of them! At BackstagePastors.com, that’s fine. It means that you are guest blogger, not a page author. Rather than have your amazing (albeit infrequent) thoughts languish in some internet backwater of a blogspot account, you can have them appear here instead.  If the articles start flowing, we’ll consider bumping you up to page author. Guest bloggers can submit articles and all associated links and images here.

Page Author-  You’ve got to put some work in to do this. We’re looking for 10 articles a year, or roughly one a month. They don’t have to be long, but they do need to be at a certain quality level. If you are interested in this, we need three sample articles to see if you are good fit. We also need a short bio on your ministry experience and link to your website.  We reserve the right to reject any author for any reason. Send your stuff here.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Written by Phil Taylor
My name is Phil. I'm the Executive Pastor at Mosaic, a multi-site church in West Orlando and at Disney World. I'm married with three kids. When I have free time, you'll find me kayaking or running.