Writing for contract is always iffy. That is to say, you never know what the editors are going to do with your work once you submit it. In the past, I've done some contract writing that turned out very badly (for me, at least). In that instance, the editor (who shall remain nameless) changed my work almost beyond recognition, even after some intense interaction about my objections to their alterations.
All this is to say, recently I had the privilege of writing for Dr. Ergun Caner, someone I consider a personal friend, even if we differ on most major theological issues (as well as method of argumentation), and even if I could never teach for him at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. (Yes, we've actually discussed this.) Nonetheless, I am very happy with the way my articles on "Feminism" and "the Gender of God" were edited and published in his recent volume The Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics.
I share this with you for a number of reasons. First, its always exciting to have something published. Always. And, who doesn't want to share that excitement with others? Second, I think the way Ed Hindson and Ergun Caner edited my work was gracious and fair. Major props to them. And, third, I think its super-cool that, despite my difference of perspective, I got to write in the same volume as many other capable (and conservative) writers, as one of only two female writers.
Finally, in case you're interested, while I haven't read the entire volume, I have found most of the articles (ranging from Abortion to Zoroastrianism) thoughtful and informative. For this reason, I recommend the volume to you as a "popular" resource, even if, depending on your point of view, you may have to temper the conservative perspective. But, I'll leave that for you to judge.