Recommendations

 

 

It is my pleasure to work with passionate authors, speakers, and activists.  I am thankful for the opportunity to join them in the important work they do.

tokunbo adelekan

 

“Nicole is a wonderful resource. She is very thorough in her research and has good analytical skills.  Nicole was able to see the heart and goal of my manuscript. She also provided valuable feedback on the organization and the flow of the book.  Nicole even conducted informal interviews with members of my congregation to gain valuable insight for my book about ministry in 21st century urban churches.  Her ability to ask relevant questions helped to provide solid content for my book.”

Rev. Dr. Tokunbo Adelekan, pastor-teacher, writer, and scholar.  He is the Senior Pastor of the Mount Olivet Tabernacle Baptist Church in Philadelphia, PA and Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics at Palmer Theological Seminary.  He is the author of African Wisdom: 101 Proverbs from the Motherland (Judson Press, 2004) and A Charge To Keep:  Re-Missioning The Urban Church For The 21st Century (MMGI Books, 2014).

sarah withrow king

 

“Nicole produces thorough research, provides meaningful feedback on drafts, and minds all the p’s and q’s of formatting that would leave my head spinning. Her excellent services free me up from having to worry about the minutia of producing a draft for publication so that I can focus on the content of the manuscript. “

Sarah Withrow King, author of the forthcoming Animals Are Not Ours (Wipf & Stock, 2015) and Lions and Lambs (Zondervan, 2016).

She retweets a lot: @vgnchk. 

anthony grimes

“Nicole is the most thorough, precise, and efficient researcher with whom I have ever worked. The quality of her work has proved very useful for me in projects that have Christian audiences, as well as for more general audiences. She has been consistently reliable for me during high stakes projects. I highly recommend her services. “

Anthony Grimes is a pastor, writer, and community animator. Anthony is the founding pastor of the Park Hill Parish (a start up organization building collective impact and beloved community in Denver), the founder of Denver Freedom Riders, and the founder of99thstate

Request Anthony as a speaker via anthonygrimes.com and keep up with his work: @antbuilder and Facebook.

 

mae elise cannon

 

Nicole skillfully manages projects by using her research skills and knowledge to make sure everything follows the rules of grammar and style. Beyond that, she sees a vision for my projects and brings profound insights, important questions, and creative suggestions. She takes the time to understand the context and goals. Her support in these technical and time-consuming tasks allows me to have the time to focus on the actual writing. I am a minister and social justice advocate; Nicole’s own experience and education in those fields are an invaluable bonus that makes me confident she gets that these are more than just words. 

Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon is a minister, writer, justice-advocate, and academic who cares deeply about God’s heart for the poor and the oppressed. She is the author of Social Justice Handbook: Small Steps for a Better World (IVP, 2009) and Just Spirituality: How Faith Practices Fuel Social Action (IVP, 2013) and co-author of Forgive Us: Confessions of a Compromised Faith (Zondervan, 2014).

Find Mae on twitter @reverendmae

paul alexander

“Nicole is amazing.  I’ve collaborated with her on numerous projects (including academic research articles and social activism) and she’s always a joy to work with and she does excellent work.  She’s careful, precise, and thorough in her research and her curiosity and love of knowledge leads her to check multiple sources for credible and important viewpoints, facts, and stories. In addition, she has the skills and ability to focus on the meticulous details of formal citation and style needed for polished writing. She has a wide general knowledge of Christianity and social justice issues which provide a great starting point for her to be able to dive head-first into researching a wide variety of topics.”

Paul Alexander is the Ronald J. Sider Professor of Social Ethics and Public Policy at Palmer Theological Seminary and the Co-President of Evangelicals for Social Action.