Servants of Grace is looking for a seasoned biblical counselor to help develop content geared towards fellow biblical counselors or future biblical counselors. The counseling editor should have a deep love for the Word of God, be committed to Reformed theology, the local church, and who has a love for the Lord and people to help build a community of biblical counseling writers at Servants of Grace.
Description of Servants of Grace:
Servants of Grace is a multi-media ministry that exists to help people know the God of the Bible and to equip God’s people to grow in and serve God’s grace in the local church and beyond.
You must hold to one of the Reformed confessions and the Danvers and Nashville Statements of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood and be a member in good standing in a local church or pursuing membership. You must have served as a biblical counselor and have a good understanding of what biblical counselors go through. You must have a Bible college or seminary degree, as you will work with other biblical counselors who have Bible college and seminary degrees. You must have been certified through the Association of Biblical Counselors or actively pursuing certification through them or another organization like it, such as the Institute for Biblical Counseling and Discipleship.
This is a volunteer position with the opportunity to grow with an established ministry with the opportunity to write, edit articles, and possibly start a counseling podcast. This position is remote, so you can work from home.
• Edit counselors’ articles that are sent in and coordinate with editors at other publications geared towards biblical counselors to build relationships.
• Find new biblical counselors to write for us that hold to our broadly Reformed and complementarian theology to write on Servants of Grace.
• Help come up with monthly or quarterly series geared towards biblical counselors or other site-wide series and then execute those ideas in coordination with the Executive Director.
• Be the primary contact person for biblical counselor writers on Servants of Grace and then edit their articles with final approval and edits for the article coming from the Executive Director.
• Be an encouragement and prayer support for the biblical counselors who write for you by focusing more on loving people than the content they produce for you.
Inquiries, personal information, questions, and resume should be submitted by email to: [email protected]