Graybrook Institute

 

 

 

Even in literature and art, no man who bothers about originality will ever be original: whereas if you simply try to tell the truth (without caring twopence how often it has been told before) you will, nine times out of ten, become original without ever having noticed it. — C. S. Lewis (1898 - 1963)

 

About Us

Garry J. Moes is a veteran journalist, author, essayist, editor, freelance writer, blogger and journalism teacher. He holds a journalism degree from Michigan State University's College of Communication Arts (1966)and served as a professor and academic vice president of the Nordic College of Journalism, Scandinavian Christian University in Sweden (1985-87), during which time he first created WorldCom Consulting, a communications and editorial consulting proprietorship. Prior to that, he was a general assignment reporter, sports writer, broadcast writer, investigative reporter and full-time government and political reporter for The Associated Press for 21 years. Before entering a subsequent freelance career, he was assistant managing editor/editorial page editor for a New Mexico newspaper. He is the author of Streams of Civilization, Vol. II, a modern history of Western Civilization; author and designer of an 8-volume spelling textbook series Building Spelling Skills; and author/editor of a 6-volume grammar textbook series, Applications of Grammar, all published by Christian Liberty Press. He was editor of the monthly religion-and-society opinion journal Chalcedon Report and the scholarly annual Journal of Christian Reconstruction. Mr. Moes was also the creator and executive editor of Crosswinds: The Reformation Journal. He has written a comprehensive journalism syllabus, A Watchman of the Nation. He has served as both European and domestic correspondent for World newsmagazine and did news reporting work in Nicaragua for a Dutch news agency. Mr. Moes spent several years doing human rights work in former Communist countries of Eastern Europe. 

Mr. Moes is currently director of communications at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Taylors, South Carolina.