AAC Women's Blog

Final Call for Blog Submissions!

Last Call 1

Over the past month we have received many thoughtful and inspiring blog submissions from our AAC women.  The final deadline for submissions is October 4th, and we still want to hear from YOU.  

If you have something you would like to publish on our blog site, here are a few qualifiers:

 1)  You need to be a member of AAC.

2)   AND you need to be a regular attender of AAC.

3)   Your post should have something to do with how God is working in your life. (500-700 word count)

4)  Make sure you don't sound "preachy" because we want to encourage and come alongside our AAC sisters. 

We have these first three qualifications because the original intent of this blog is by AAC women and for AAC women, and we want to make sure that you are invested in the lives of the women in our faith community.

 5)   Our team of writers will review your post to make sure it reflects our values and objectives.

6)   Our team will choose four posts that will be published over the next six months.  You will be notified about the timing of your post.

7)   We need a head shot of you (iPhone pic should do) and a short bio (50 word count) written in the 3rd person. It should include any links to your personal blog if you have one. 

8)  Entries can be sent to jepiscopo@aac.church and rbronson@aac.church.

If you are ready and willing, you can send in your posts starting NOW!  We will take contributions up until October 4th.  

.We look forward to hearing from you!

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About the Author: Rebecca Bronson

After graduating from UW Oshkosh with her literature teaching degree, Becca felt a call to pursue international missions. In January 2017, Becca left the United States and joined the World Race mission and discipleship program where she traveled to eleven countries in eleven months to serve in various ministries.

Upon returning home, Becca heard about Appleton Alliance’s residency program and felt confident it was the next step. She is currently working with the Women’s Ministry department while pursuing her master’s in Theology and hopes to someday work in ministry full-time.

When not doing schoolwork, Becca enjoys traveling, reading, swimming, running, and snuggling with her dogs.

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