Sarah Arthur is the author of the recently published A Light So Lovely: The Spiritual Legacy of Madeleine L’Engle, Author of A Wrinkle in Time (Zondervan).Sarah is a freelance writer, consultant, and speaker. She holds a B.A. from Wheaton College in English and Intercultural Christian Education, as well as a Master’s in Theological Studies from Duke University Divinity School. Sarah has served in full time and volunteer youth ministry for over 20 years and when she isn’t chasing her two small boys around the house or coordinating the youth ministry of Sycamore Creek Church in Lansing, Michigan, she can be found reading and writing YA fiction.

 

Cynthia Prescott is Associate Professor of History at the University of North Dakota. Her latest book, Pioneer Mother Monuments: Constructing Cultural Memory, will be published in 2019 by University of Oklahoma Press. You can explore those monuments for yourself at her website, Pioneer Monuments. She lives in Grand Forks, North Dakota, with her husband, two daughters, and an overly friendly dog.

Rebecca McLaughlin holds a PhD from Cambridge University as well as a theology degree from Oak Hill Seminary. Formerly vice president of content at The Veritas Forum, Rebecca is now co-founder of Vocable Communications. Her first book, Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World's Largest Worldview, will be published by Crossway in 2019. Follow her on Twitter or at rebeccamclaughlin.org.

 

Caroline has served with InterVarsity since 2002 as a campus staff member in northwest Indiana and most recently in central Pennsylvania. She received her bachelor’s degree in English with a focus on creative writing from Purdue University in 2002 and is currently working toward a master’s in clinical mental health counseling at Messiah College. Caroline, her husband, John, and their three children live in “the sweetest place on earth,” otherwise known as Hershey, Pennsylvania. In her spare time, she likes to read, discover new music, and attempt to train her uncontrollably exuberant Labrador retriever, Pax. Caroline is an associate with Women in the Academy and Professions.

Andrea Bridges is Editor at The Well. She has an MDiv from Duke Divinity School and lives in Durham, North Carolina with her husband, Matt, three kids, and one furry dog.

 

Karen Wright Marsh is executive director and cofounder of Theological Horizons, a university ministry that has advanced theological scholarship at the intersection of faith, thought, and life since 1991. Karen directs daily programs, writes resources and curriculum, teaches weekly classes, mentors students, leads the staff, and speaks at retreats, churches, and campus ministries. She holds degrees in philosophy and linguistics from Wheaton College and the University of Virginia. Karen lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, with her husband, Charles Marsh.

 

Natalie d'Aubermont Thompson lives in Dexter, Michigan with her husband David and their three young children (two boys and a girl). She's an avid reader and coffee aficionado — you can often find her chasing after her kids with a book in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other. She moonlights as CEO of Saltar Consulting and writes about life and all things literary at Living by the Page. Natalie is Argentine-American and has worked, studied, and volunteered in over 35 countries. She and her family attend Knox Presbyterian Church in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Dr. Laura Schmitt Olabisi is an Associate Professor in the Department of Community Sustainability and the Environmental Science and Policy Program at Michigan State University. She is a participatory systems modeler and works directly with stakeholders to build models that foster adaptive learning about the dynamics of coupled human-natural systems, and to integrate stakeholder knowledge with academic knowledge. Laura holds a doctoral degree in Systems Ecology from the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and a B.Sc. in Environmental Science from Brown University. A native of Ann Arbor, Michigan, she now lives in East Lansing, Michigan with her husband (an economist) and their six-year-old son.

Dr. Amy Davis Abdallah is Associate Professor of Theology and Bible at Nyack College and Adjunct Professor of Worship at Alliance Theological Seminary. She preaches and teaches for churches, conferences, and other ministries in the United States and internationally. She also encourages Christian women to expand the Kingdom of God through the educational program Empower as well as a rite of passage for Nyack College Seniors. She is the author of The Book of Womanhood, and her writing has been featured by Christianity Today, CBE International, Redbud Writers Guild, and Missio Alliance. Amy loves to exercise, take photos, climb mountains, adventure with her husband and sons, learn languages, and enjoy the beach. Find her on the web at amyfdavisabdallah.com and on twitter @amyfdavisa.

Kim King (JD, University of Alabama) served as an attorney and executive in the law department of Exxon Mobil Corporation for over thirty years prior to leaving to pursue speaking and writing. She continues to practice privately assisting nonprofits and the under-served. She is a member of the leadership team of Women Doing Well Initiatives, an affiliate of Generous Living, which provides education and tools for women to facilitate generosity. Most recently, she joined the Board of Trustees of Thrivent Trust Company, a Christian financial services company. Kim lives in Houston, Texas.

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