The Christian Manifesto is a Christian review website that strives to provide honest reviews of fiction, non-fiction, music and films. In addition to reviews, we have a blogging section, where writers talk about topical issues, everything from what to do when your children are being bullied, to the state of the film industry, to sex before marriage. We also interview various authors, musicians and professionals in the film industry and nominate our favourite books, films and albums for TCM’s annual Lime Awards. While the website is run and staffed by Christians, we also review some secular material, and highlight media that we believe is worthy of attention, even if it may have some questionable aspects that Christian consumers have to take into consideration.
Right now, we’re receiving more requests from publishers and music labels than we can handle with our current staff. The Christian market is bigger than ever, so right now we’re looking for new reviewers who can cover the following genres:
All of our positions are currently filled. Please check back later to see if we have any new openings. Thank you!
* Biography (1 position available)
* Christian Living (3 positions available)
* Theology (2 positions available)
* An “everything” reviewer, someone who covers a range of genres (1 position available)
* CCM/Pop (3 positions available)
* Hip-Hop/Rap (1 position available)
* Mainstream (3 positions available)
* Worship (2 positions available)
* Rock (2 positions available)
* Country/Folk (1 position available)
If you’re interested in joining our team of reviewers, please send an email to the appropriate editor and briefly introduce yourself and provide links to a couple of sample reviews (if applicable).
Fiction Editor | firstname.lastname@example.org
Music Editor | email@example.com
Non-Fiction Editor | firstname.lastname@example.org
When applying, keep in mind we are a review site, not a recommendation site. In our desire to provide honest reviews of both Christian and secular materials, sometimes we have to write a constructive yet respectful negative review if we believe a product is lacking in some way. If you’re the kind of person who can’t bear to write a negative review or gives every item a 5 out of 5, this probably isn’t the job for you. If you agree to review material and don’t enjoy it, we still ask you to write a review. We don’t promote writing angry, scathing reviews, just honest and truthful ones expressing our personal opinions.
This is a voluntary and totally unpaid position (unless you count free materials as payment?!), so you only have to commit to what you think you can manage. Some of our reviewers write 1 review a month, some write 4. This is a great opportunity to get free books and music before they release and to get to know the publishing and recording industry a bit better.