Nichole Woo writes at the confluence of belonging and a life that nudges her to the edges. She’s been the only girl on the team, the fumbling foreigner in the coffee shop, and the only mom she knows that coexists with an OCD diagnosis and a dirty kitchen. Nichole is a regular contributor here at […]
Elrena Evans is Editor and Content Strategist for Evangelicals for Social Action, and holds an MFA in creative writing from Penn State. She is the author of a short story collection, This Crowded Night, and co-author of the essay collection Mama, PhD: Women Write About Motherhood and Academic Life. Her work has also appeared in Plough, Red […]
Jesus was never part of the club, never invited to speak at any of the temples, was NOT welcome in polite company. He spoke truth. He was Radical (look up its origins). If you’ve ever been excluded or invited OUT, you’re in DIVINE company. I am a very serious person, so I laugh a lot. […]
Heather Walker Peterson: Mother. Teacher. Chair of Department of English & Literature at University of Northwestern-St. Paul. Contributor to Humane Pursuits‘ Pray Channel and InterVarsity’s The Well. Intrigued by the shaping power of words. Writing a book on ancient spiritual practices for family life. Ph.D. English. M.A. Linguistics.
Dorothy Littell Greco is the author of Making Marriage Beautiful. She writes about the intersection faith and contemporary culture, relationships, parenting, leadership, and race for many publications including Christianity Today, Relevant, Biola University, Perennial Generation, and many more. You can find Dorothy’s writing (and photography) on her website or by following her on Facebook or Twitter.
Nicole T. Walters is a writer who lives somewhere in the tension between wanderlust and rootedness. She currently makes her home in Georgia with her husband and two children but has lived in and left parts of her heart in the Middle East and South Asia. She holds a Master of Arts in Practical […]
Ashley Hales holds a Ph.D. in English from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. But she spends most of her time chasing around her four children and helping her husband plant a church. Her writing has appeared in Books & Culture, (in)courage, Think Christian and other places. Read all of Ashley’s posts here.
Tammy writes about unabridged life, fragmented faith, and investing in the mess. She founded The Mudroom to create a space for women to be seen and heard. Tammy is a co-founder of Deeply Rooted, an annual faith and creativity gathering for women. Tammy is a member of the Redbud Writers Guild, an amateur naturalist, a […]