About the EFCA Blog

The EFCA blog offers both proven practices and alternative perspectives for Christian faith and ministry from leaders in the Evangelical Free Church of America. For more stories that unpack the vision and theological depth of the movement, visit the EFCA Today magazine archives.

Who produces the EFCA blog?

Editor: Abby Farson Pratt
Book Review Coordinator: Matt Mitchell

Does the EFCA blog accept freelance articles?

We do accept freelance submissions, giving priority to stories written by those affiliated with the EFCA. Please note our writing guidelines first, and follow the instructions there. Those guidelines also include information about book-review opportunities.

What is the blog’s comments policy?

We welcome relevant, useful, and thought-provoking comments and questions that create space for constructive dialogue. Comments that are inflammatory or off topic may not be published. All comments require moderator approval before being published.

May I repurpose articles/photos/artwork that I find on the EFCA blog?

Many articles can be used for EFCA-related purposes but not for re-sale. To ensure that you are giving accurate credit to those who hold the rights to the artwork, photography and articles, please contact our editorial staff.

Why do legal notices matter?

We thought you’d never ask! (Actually, you may not have a question about legal notices, but if you’re just a curious sort of person and want to read ours, we’ve included them here…)

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