Senior Writer/Editor

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Senior Writer/Editor General Responsibilities

  • Write content for our eGroups curriculum and devotionals.
  • Curate content for theological accuracy.
  • Edit content for brand consistency and grammatical accuracy.
  • Collaborate with a creative team to develop meaningful copy that inspires and connects people with the gospel.

Must-Haves

  • 5+ years experience in writing (curriculum, devotionals, faith-based articles, etc.)
  • Strong creative portfolio, including samples of published content (devotional nature preferred)
  • Writing degree or equivalent
  • Seminary degree or equivalent

Nice-To-Haves

  • Familiarity with social media

X Factors

  • You're a creative at heart.

You think long, and write short. You understand that copy and design work together, but copy wears the pants in the relationship. You know the difference between imply and infer.

  • You're a communication connoisseur.

You take your role seriously, knowing that someone's experience with the gospel can start -- or end -- with you. Clear, consistent, and compelling writing is everything to you.

  • You're a connector.

You know scripture and make themed connections intuitively. When you hear a concept, your mind immediately jumps to other relevant passages.

  • You're passionate about the Gospel.

You are active in your local church. You believe the Church is God's plan for bringing hope to the world, and are on a mission to build it.


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