Trevor Meers is Editorial Content Director of Meredith’s Midwest Living, a 950,000-circulation lifestyle magazine recognized three times by the Society of American Travel Writers for best general-interest travel content. The Great Plains Journalism Awards named Midwest Living 2016 Magazine of the Year, and Meers was a finalist for Folio’s 2017 National Editor of the Year. He has earned awards for writing on Great Lakes shipwrecks and eco-tourism, oversees multiple official state travel guides and serves annually as a National Magazine Awards judge at Columbia University. He graduated from the University of Nebraska journalism school and Drake University’s MBA program.
Can I Be a Christian Writer Without Being a "Christian Writer"?
Do you worry that you're wasting your career in God's eyes if you can't find a way to sneak the Gospel into every article, poem or book you produce? Welcome to the club. Most writers who try to maintain an eternal focus battle guilt when they write often--or perhaps exclusively--on secular topics. In this real-world conversation, Trevor Meers, who has climbed the ranks at one of the nation's largest magazine publishers, discusses how faith and career overlap, complement one another and occasionally collide.