Your Blog Here!
We want this blogging space to represent your work with WSCF, your Student Christian Movement and YOU. We are always accepting blog posts and if you curious about what to write we have plenty of ideas for you:
- Showcase your expertise– Tell us what you know! What are you studying right now? What was the best thing you have learned this year? Showcase your knowledge in a short post!
- Instructional – Give a Step-by-Step guide of something practical! Have you been composting for years? Teach others how! Did you lead a great Bible Study at your University? Give others great leadership tips. Are you a stress-free traveller? Great at meditation? A fantastic party-planner? This is your space to help other students.
- Lists – If you aren’t interested in writing a concise post maybe a list is more manageable. Perhaps:
- 9 reasons to attend the next WSCF Europe event. You are the experts in this!
- 5 ways to bring spirituality into your life as a student.
- 15 books that inspire you!
- 6 guerilla art projects to raise awareness.
- Interviews – If you don’t have something to say maybe you can find someone else who does! Who is the most interesting person in your SCM? What does your professor have to say about the ecumenical movement? Keep in mind that one of two thought provoking questions are better than ten short questions!
- Reviews – Have you seen an interesting movie lately? Have a fair and insightful analysis of a new book? Have you seen an interesting YouTube video that you’d like to comment on? This could be a great way to spark up a conversation with other students.
- Inspirational - Inspire others! Tell a story of success or paint a picture of ‘what could be’. Tell as story that inspires you – it will probably inspire others too!
Blogging is very easy:
This isn’t an academic article! Write in common-sense language to your peers. Be clear and to the point as you don’t have much space – or time. Avoid fancy words, blogs are meant to be casual.
Your English Grammar doesn’t have to be perfect
We in the WSCF Europe office are happy to edit and work with you on your blog before we publish it. If you are worried about misspelled words, comma splices, or readability, have no fear – we are here!