Call For Submissions

As we celebrate three years of standing strong for marriage, faith and family, we want to open up this space and hear from you! Wherever you live in the world, your faithful voice is needed. That’s why we’re asking for you to share your experiences—experiences and stories that will inspire other Mormon women to “stand”. Don’t worry if you’re not a perfect writer (no one is!) Simply tell us about a time when you have been able to stand:


  • in your communities for good
  • on social media
  • in holy places
  • with the Prophet
  • the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles
  • the General R.S., Y.W. and Primary leaders
  • with the Prophet Joseph Smith
  • for womanhood as defined by God
  • for traditional marriage
  • for the traditional family
  • and for the importance of motherhood and fatherhood


***Deadline for submissions is midnight Tuesday, February 28. Please send to***


Mormon Women Stand Submission Guidelines:


These are the guidelines for your submission. Once approved and edited we will publish on the MWS website. Mormon Women Stand only accepts original content and request that you not publish (or submit) same material on other sites.


  1. Post should be in keeping with Mormon Women Stand mission statement and non-promotional. Our mission statement is:


“Mormon Women Stand is a collaborative online effort to join like-minded female members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who share a desire to make a public stand as witnesses of Jesus Christ and support The Family: A Proclamation to the World. We believe standing together reflects the divine nature and power with which LDS women are endowed to influence others for good. We unequivocally sustain the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve Apostles—commissioned by God and sustained as prophets, seers, and revelators—and support how the Lord has delegated priesthood authority to organize and administer the gospel among all of His children.”


  1. Word count should be between 800 and 1200 words.


  1. Include at least one post graphic/photo with attribution/permission to use if not your own. (the Church media library and are good places to obtain royalty free photos. Picmonkey has a reasonable free photo editor to make graphics.)


  1. Please include a short bio with personal photo (it can be as simple as a Facebook profile picture). You may include one personal link to your own blog/website.

5.No affiliate links.


Please send submissions by February 28 to:


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About Jenny Baker

Jenny Baker loves to be with her husband Blake and their five, beautiful daughters. She lives in St. George, Utah and is surrounded by neighbors who share her same pioneer ancestors. She is a founding member of Gathering Families and works alongside other families who wish to sustain and defend the family as the fundamental unit of society and protect religious freedom. Jenny loves singing, composing, playing the piano, and filling her home with friends and family. She truly likes everyone she meets and enjoys making new friends.

2 thoughts on “Call For Submissions

  1. Kaye L. Shackelford

    I was thrilled when this site was created. I felt we needed a forum to take a stand for family values, support of our Church Leadership, and have a forum that explains our devotion to Jesus Christ and His Gospel. I share a lot on Facebook and Pinterest about my life as a Christian, the values of family, Family History and other uplifting subjects that are Christian-based. These are places where I can post with friends and family. I have had fun organizing a group of women who have like minded values. We share our lives and experiences and meet together often to lift each other up. I also quilt and find ways to create and share their unique colors and designs that support themes in the Gospel like hard work, family Christian values, this great land of America, this beautiful world God created for us and designs that uplift and inspire. Sometimes I give the quilts away.


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