Every Writer Needs a Good Editor! Here’s How You Can Help

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I have been in writing ministry for over twenty years. I hate to admit it, but I still need a good editor! 

The pastors and laypeople who write for us are volunteers. They are busy in their ministry, and yet they take the time to share insights, explanations, and inspirations with us all. Our managing editor, Josh Steele, and our copy editors work hard to help them present their posts with clarity and charity. That’s where you come in! 

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We are asking our readers to give a monthly gift to help Anglican Compass keep churning out great resources from our writers! Your gift of $5, $10, or $25 per month will help us support our volunteer writers.

As a thank you, we’ll send you the devotional eBook 30 Days with the Liturgy of Holy Communion by our founder. We are also giving our famous AC hat, and a print book for the next two levels!

The best editing is “invisible”! We do it because we believe in our team of volunteer writers and want to make it easier for them to serve in this ministry. 

Rectors, deacons, bishops, lay leaders, women and men, youth leaders, and many others have shared their stories and their insights here on these pages. Over 100 different people have written for Anglican Compass! We love our writers, and we know you do too. 

Please help us best serve our community of writers by giving monthly to help us help them. 

Your gift of $5, $10, or $25 per month will directly support our editors to help our team of volunteer writers.

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November 9, 2020

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The Anglican Pastor

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