Wendy is a math professor and author. Her books include Practical Theology for Women and Is the Bible Good for Women? Seeking Clarity and Confidence through a Jesus-centered Understanding of Scripture. TheologyforWomen.org
Kristie is a writer, author, speaker, and trainer for women Bible teachers. Her ministry focuses on discipleship and Bible study. She is also passionate about caring for those in underserved communities.
Quina Aragon is an author and spoken word artist. Her children's book, Love Made, poetically retells the story of creation through a Trinitarian lens of overflowing love.
Ana is the Science and Book Review Editor at Coalición por el Evangelio, the Spanish speaking branch of The Gospel Coalition. She is also a clinical biochemist and worship leader at Iglesia Reforma. medium.com/ana-tambien-lee
Melanie is Managing Editor of the Christian Research Journal and the host of its weekly podcast, Postmodern Realities. She is also the general editor of Beyond the Roles: A Theological Framework for Women and Ministry (June 2019).
Andrea Palpant Dilley
Andrea is an associate editor at Christianity Today and author of Faith and Other Flat Tires: Searching for God on the Rough Road of Doubt (Zondervan).
Kathryn is the Director of Public Policy for a faith-based nonprofit. She writes on the intersection of faith, politics and pop culture. Her work has been featured at Christianity Today, Think Christian and Christ & Pop Culture.
Rachel is Director of Theological Development at Cru Northeast. As an author and speaker she specializes in how the gospel interacts with LGBT+ questions, as well as biblical cultural engagement. rachelgilson.com
Dorothy Littell Greco
Dorothy is an author (Making Marriage Beautiful), writer, speaker, and professional photojournalist. Her writing and speaking focus on the pursuit of holiness as it relates to leadership, marriage and parenting, and race. www.dorothygreco.com
Jasmine L. Holmes
Jasmine is a writer, author, and teacher. She writes about womanhood, race, theology, and culture and the way they shape identity. She teaches humanities at a classical school. jasminelholmes.com
Kristen Deede Johnson, PhD
Kristen Deede Johnson, PhD, is Professor of Theology and Christian Formation at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan. She writes and speaks about issues related to discipleship, theology, culture, and politics. Her most recent book is the award-winning The Justice Calling, co-authored with Bethany Hanke Hoang. kristenjohnson.org
Anne Kennedy serves in her local Anglican congregation, blogs at Preventingrace.com, and is the author of Nailed It: 365 Sarcastic Devotions for Angry and Worn-Out People.
Michelle van Loon
Michelle is the author of five books, including Born to Wander: Recovering the Value of our Pilgrim Identity (Moody Publishers, 2018). She is co-founder of ThePerennialGen.com, a website for midlife women and men. michellevanloon.com
Bekah is an educator, writer, and speaker whose work addresses topics such as adolescent discipleship, cultural engagement, and sexuality. bekahmason.com
Lindsey is Executive Director of Mama Bear Apologetics. She speaks and writes primarily about world religion. In addition to a Master’s in Apologetics and Ethics from Denver Seminary (2019), she has a J.D. from St. Mary’s School of Law (2010) and a Master’s in Public Administration from Midwestern State University (2006). mamabearapologetics.com
Karen Swallow Prior, PhD
Karen is Professor of English at Liberty University, a Senior Fellow with the Trinity Forum, a Research Fellow with the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, a Senior Fellow in Liberty University's Center for Apologetics and Cultural Engagement, and author of several books. karenswallowprior.com
Sheila Wise Rowe
Sheila is a writer, counselor, spiritual director, and speaker. She writes and speaks about emotional healing, racial trauma, and reconciliation. Sheila is the author of Healing Racial Trauma: The Road to Resilience (IVP) and co-author of The Well of Life. She is the Executive Director of The Rehoboth House and co-founder of The Cyrene Movement.
Rachael is a sales productivity manager for a Silicon Valley software startup. She also writes for various online and in print publications on the intersection of the Christian faith with gender, technology, and business.
Briana Stensrud, a pro-life advocate, writer and speaker, earned her Masters of Biblical & Theological Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. As the former Director of Church & Community Outreach, and Director of Sanctity of Human Life initiatives at Focus on the Family, Briana's passion is to equip the Church to think Biblically and pragmatically about exercising a holistic and comprehensive pro-life worldview.
Melissa Cain Travis, PhD
Melissa serves as an Assistant Professor of Christian Apologetics at Houston Baptist University, a Contributing Writer for Christian Research Journal, and an instructor for Summit Ministries conferences. Her primary research and teaching interests include science and faith and philosophy of religion. She is the author of Science and the Mind of the Maker: What the Conversation Between Faith and Science Reveals About God, and a contributing author for The Story of the Cosmos: How the Heavens Declare the Glory of God.
Tish is a priest in the Anglican Church in North America, serving as writer-in-residence at Church of the Ascension in Pittsburgh, PA, and author of the award-winning Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life (IVP). Her essays have appeared in Christianity Today, CT Women, Art House America, Comment Magazine, The Point Magazine, and elsewhere. tishharrisonwarren.com
Dorena Williamson is a bridge builder, speaker and the author of ColorFull, ThoughtFull, and GraceFull (Feb 2019), a series of children's books with B&H Kids that celebrate God's diverse kingdom. dorenawilliamson.com