About the Journal


The Journal of Business, Technology and Leadership (JBTL) seeks scholarly works from a broad range of disciplines that include the integration of faith and biblical principles with theoretical and applied concepts.  Submissions that cover (but are not limited to) organization and social sciences including non-profit, education, government, entrepreneurship, leadership, as well as other related business and technology topics are welcome.

Submission Criteria

To submit an article for review please visit the submissions page at https://btl-journal.org/index.php/btl_journal/information/authors.


All submissions must be in a Word document of 8,000 words or less and must include a brief abstract, supporting infographics, research data, and references. Cover letters are also welcome with submitted materials.  Submissions must be presented in 12 point, single spaced Arial font.  All articles should follow the default writing style guidelines for the subject matter discipline (i.e. Chicago Style/Turabian, Engineering, American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition, etc.).  Otherwise the American Psychological Association (APA) is the default writing style.  Please visit http://www.apastyle.org/ for further APA formatting information. Submitted work should also be free of spelling, grammatical, and punctuation errors.

The article abstract must be included on a separate sheet and should not contain the author’s name. The article should not include the author’s name anywhere within the text for the peer review process.

Permissions and Copyright

The Journal of Business, Technology and Leadership utilizes the creative commons CC-BY copyright license. This license allows authors the freedom to republish their work, to refine it, or expand on it as they wish. It also promotes global knowledge acquisition and sharing through the open source movement. For more information on the CC-BY license please visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode.


Colorado Christian University and the Journal of Business, Technology, and Leadership do not claim legal responsibility for the content of the publication. Authors are solely responsible for opinions and reliability of statements and research here- in. It is at the discretion of the reader to evaluate the content.