Guest Posts

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The Power of Your Story

Do you have a story to share?

Do you have a message of hope to spread?

Looking to reach new audience?

Whatever your motivation, your story could be a powerful tool of hope and I welcome you to share it on my blog. First, take a look at my submission guidelines:


  • Focus your post on my core themes – Discovering Purpose, Inspiring Hope and Living The God-intended Life.
  • I will consider guest posts on other sub-themes like Christian Living, Leadership, Youth Work, Coaching and Mentoring, and Life Experiences.
  • Limit your guest posts to 300-500 words.
  • Include a short bio of yourself, what you do and at least 3 byline links – one for your blog (if you have one), Twitter and/or Facebook.


  • I will likely copyedit your post for grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc. If I make major changes (which I hope would be unlikely), I will email you the post for your approval before posting.


  • Please send me your guest post for review in the body of your email, NOT AS AN ATTACHMENT.
  • I will respond with my decision on whether to accept or reject your submission within 3-5 days.
  • Send me your post for review at joseph at josephiregbu dot com.


  • You retain the copyright to your posts.
  • My permission guidelines do not apply to guest posts. Anyone interested in using content from guest posts must contact the author directly.


  • I understand the effort you put in to write a blog post. However, I am not under obligation to publish it. The only guest posts I accept and publish are those that I feel add value to my readers.

If you are a blogger/writer and accept guest posts, I will be more than happy to guest post for you. Let me know.

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