Church denominational headquarters – Can also be found by doing an Internet word search for your particular denomination. The publications of your church headquarters often include church school materials, children’s take-home papers, teaching manuals, magazines, devotional guides, aids for sermons, and Christian books – all of which need writers.
Copyright Office – This part of the Library of Congress has information on copyrights and other aspects of writing and publishing people often ask.
Critique Service - Offers professional, one-on-one feedback on your poems, articles, devotionals, children's picture book text, or other short manuscripts for a minimal fee.
Daily Bible Readings - See "Lectionary."
Dictionary – Online dictionary and thesaurus to help you find The right word as you revise your manuscript or sermon
Editorial Help - For minimal fee after you finish your revisions and before you self-publish
En-Gedi Resource Center – Helps Christians to discover their biblical Jewish roots, better understand the times and culture of Jesus, and become acquainted with Bible lands and the God-decreed Feasts of Israel.
English Guide - Website explaining parts of speech, grammar usage, and more.
English with Oxford – Website with A to Z grammar guide and tips on all aspects of speaking and writing English
Interlitq - The International Literary Quarterly gives voice to poets and writers around the world. Look for Mary's column on "Poets Who Make Us Better," which, Lord willing, will be coming soon!
Library of Congress – Contains historical documents, photographs, digital collections, copyright info, and more.
Online Writing Lab – Website by Purdue University with writing helps including grammar, spelling, verb tenses, usage of adjectives and adverbs and more
Poetry Development - Kind but honest response to your poems shows areas of strength and ones in need of improvement with practical suggestions to help, not just this batch of poems, but those you have yet to write.
Poetry Dictionary For Children & For Fun - E-book of easy-to-learn poetry terms and forms, A to Z, with lively examples of poems by classical and contemporary poets - perfect for classrooms and creative kids of all ages, including adults!
Poetry Editor – Poet-writer-editor and poetry judge Mary Sayler discusses all aspects of poetry on this blog and offers professional, one-on-one feedback on your poems for a minimal fee.
Vatican – Holy See website with encyclicals, meditations, and all sorts of resources of the Roman Catholic Church
Writers-Editors Network – Professional organization for writers, editors, and publishers with jobs board and newsletter to discover each other’s needs, connect for writing projects or assignments, keep up with trends, and learn more about writing and publishing