For the first time since its inception two years ago, The Compass Magazine is adding new staff members to its editorial team.
Ingram London, a recent seminary graduate with experience in pastoral ministry and information technology, comes on board as managing editor, replacing Rachel Cabose, who is taking a less involved role at Compass since she and her husband are expecting their first child this month.
Seth Roberts, a student at Walla Walla Community College, joins the team as an editorial intern. “Both Ingram and Seth have demonstrated talent in writing and editing as well as enthusiasm for the mission of The Compass Magazine,” said Steve Lucht, board president. “We look forward to the ideas and expertise they will bring to our ministry as it continues to expand.”
London’s theological background, including his studies toward a Ph.D. in systematic theology, equips him to oversee content selection and review. As managing editor, London also serves as team leader and coordinates promotional strategy and project planning for the magazine.
London spent three years in the information technology industry as a data management consultant before pursuing a seminary degree and serving as a pastor in Indiana and Texas. He and his wife live in the Phoenix, Arizona, area.
As editorial intern, Roberts will assist with editing and formatting articles for the web as well as creating e-newsletters and social media content. Originally from Australia, he has worked in and led student literature evangelism programs in Australia, Asia, and the United States. He has also written for The Compass Magazine. Roberts currently lives in Washington state, where he is pursuing an associate in science degree and exploring his options for further studies.
Cabose plans to stay involved with Compass as a consulting editor and contributing writer.