Mission Accomplished

As the Copy Editor

A copy editor (also called a Production Editor) operates mostly in details. Tasks include things like verifying Scripture, fact-checking, reading for grammar, documenting sources, reviewing eBooks, checking all text in video resources, entering metadata, flowing and styling text, running spellcheck, and the like. 


As the Content Editor

The content editor's job includes building resource thumbnails, attending writers' conferences, contracting and paying writers, managing content, rewriting and filling in gaps as necessary, verifying theological accuracy, copy-fitting, writing introductory options, providing authors with feedback and requests, assisting with resource video shoots, working alongside the video team to cut videos and add graphics, approve the resource during the print process, and much more.


As the Writer

As a writer, I'm used to building content from scratch (including research and ideation), as well as working from incredibly detailed outlines. Although I often work in details, I thrive when I'm asked to start with a big picture idea and gradually shape it into steps and details. 


You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.
— Maya Angelou