Craig Nash has been named senior editor at Good Faith Media. In his new role, he will manage digital and print content for the organization. 

Nash joins the staff after an extensive search and brings considerable experience in media and communications. He will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of GFM’s publications. 

“During a time when media and religious institutions are either fading away or fighting for survival by manipulating the worst fears of their audience, Good Faith Media is leaning into a different narrative. Its team consists of truth-tellers who believe good faith is curious, expansive, and inclusive,” Nash said. “They believe justice matters.”

“I am incredibly humbled to join this team and follow in the paths of Zach Dawes Jr., John Pierce and others who have contributed to the legacy of GFM. There is always more to tell, and I am eager to start telling,” he said.

Dawes, previously the manager editor for news and opinion, followed a call earlier this year for a career in the classroom. Pierce, after more than two decades at the helm of GFM’s Nurturing Faith Journal, is set to retire at the end of this year.

Nash is a graduate of East Texas Baptist University and Baylor’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary. He grew up in Chandler, Texas, and has lived in Waco since 2000. He previously served as the media and communications director for the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty.

“Craig brings an enthusiastic and creative energy to Good Faith Media,” GFM CEO Mitch Randall said.His attention to faith, justice and detail extends GFM’s commitment to providing the very best reflections and resources at the intersection of faith and culture.” 

“We are extremely excited for him to join the team.” 

Nash’s tenure at GFM begins Oct. 23.

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