Mary Schweitzer talks with us about her groundbreaking paleontology research and how it has affected her life and faith.
Mary Schweitzer tells the tale of her circuitous route into paleontology in this first installment of a two-part interview.
Marcia Bosscher interviews religious historian and author Kate Bowler about life, work, and the perspective that comes from crisis.
Marcia Bosscher interviews Anna Moseley Gissing, The Well's new editor, giving us a snapshot into her life and passions.
Katherine Hayhoe shares her personal experiences of bringing a child along to conferences.
Tish Harrison Warren introduces us to Laura Waters Hinson, an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose most recent film explores the life of Victorian artist and missionary Lilias Trotter.
Moji Olaniyan shares the story of her life and the way she has been drawn into the ministry of academic counseling.
Climatologist Katharine Hayhoe describes how she came to work in the field of climate change, the critical nature of her work, and her experience as a woman in science.
Doctoral student Chelsea Foster shares her path through a variety of open doors to arrive at her current program in Organizational Leadership.
Researcher Ruth Bancewicz talks us through the deep connections between science and faith.
Kristen Padilla found herself on a surprisingly long and winding road as she pursued her calling, but God met her in the midst of it.
Dorothy Greco considers the ways our families of origin impact our marriages in an excerpt from her recent book.
Carmen Imes reflects on a year of taking Sheryl Sandberg’s advice.
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