Here are our amazing writers and contributors:
Faith-at-Home Project Developer, Author, Formation Evangelist, Resource Curator
Jerusalem lives with family in rural Arkansas. She a minister, speaker, and formation consultant. She is also the author of At Home in this Life and A Homemade Year. Learn more about her at jerusalemgreer.com
Quantrilla (Quanny) Ard is a faith-based personal and spiritual development writer who lives in the DC Metro area with her husband Donny and three littles (Quentin, Dylan, and Logan). In addition to being a dedicated wife and mother, she is a entrepreneur, doctoral student, and curator of all things lovely. As a woman on her own quest of shining a light on the shadowy, hidden places in her life, she writes as the PhDMamma about things she knows to be true in hopes to encourage others to do the same. Her spiritual goals and her love for Christ propel her quest to share the spiritual journey with other women- to walk alongside them and encourage them with words, deeds, and wisdom. Quanny believes in the power in collective strength, community and fellowship. You will find her wherever people are sharing stories of triumph.
Faitth is the Communication and Programming Director for Legacy Collective. She engages in community organizing and activism. Her passion makes her a relentless spokesperson for racial reconciliation. She is a social media strategist and blogger who writes at Faitthbrooks.com.
Lisa Brown is passionate about enriching the spiritual lives of people of all ages, facilitating immersive learning opportunities, collaborative art installations, and digital engagement.
Her book,The Best VBS Workbook Ever! was published in 2017 (see it here) and she is also a contributing writer to:
- John Roberto’s upcoming book, “Faith Formation with a New Generation”
- 2020 InsideOut camp curriculum
- Facilitator’s Guide for The Anglican Communion’s Thy Kingdom Come global prayer initiative
- 2018 Lenten Kyrie Project
Lisa continues to grow in personal faith and understanding through her participation in Education for Ministry (EfM), and earned a Certification in Leadership in Lifelong Faith Formation from Virginia Theological Seminary and Forma. A native of Pittsburgh, Lisa enjoys hiking the woods of Western Pennsylvania.
Christopher Decatur, is a rising second-year seminarian at Virginia Theological Seminary and a postulant in The Diocese of Ohio for holy orders. Prior to coming to seminary, Chris served at Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland, OH as the Associate Minister for Children, Youth, Family, Young Adult and Campus Ministries. His time at Trinity was focused on creating innovative formation practices and developmentally and spiritually appropriate space for learning to take place. Chris also has served this past triennium as “The Chair of The Subcommittee for Racial Reconciliation and Justice for The Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music”. Chris comes from an undergraduate degree in Comparative Religion from Cleveland State University and years of studies and practicing of Early Childhood Education at both CSU and as a student at The Catholic University of America .
Chris is currently serving as The Outreach Coordinator for The Center for The Ministry of Teaching at Virginia Theological Seminary and a Catechist for Baptized for Life: An Episcopal Discipleship Initiative.
Delonte Harrod lives and works as journalist in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. I like to write about Christianity, tech and how we treat one another. In addition to all of this, I am gluten free - seriously gluten-free - and my favorite desert is bread pudding. You can find me on Twitter @delonteharrod and you can email me at [email protected].
Regina Heater is a self-avowed and practicing ecumenist, story-collector and story-sharer. By day, she literally helps people with their smiles in her work as a dental office manager. The rest of the time she’s exploring how to do faith online, from creating and posting prayers (#PrayersForDaysThatEndInY) to participating in and moderating Twitter-based communities such as #SlateSpeak and #InterfaithChat. Connect with her atwww.reginaheater.com
Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros is a Tejana poet, freelance writer, and speaker. Her work focuses on faith and Latinidad and has appeared in On Being, SheLoves Magazine, Rock & Sling, and more. She has forthcoming work in Latina Outsiders: Remaking Latina Identity, Christianity Today, and more. She keeps a blog at cisneroscafe.org.
Kristen Leigh Kludt
Kristen Leigh Kludt is a Christian writer and a contemplative adventurer. Author of A Good Way Through and creator of Field Guides for the Way, she is growing daily toward a life of integrity and love and invites others to do the same. Mother to two boys, Kristen lives, works, and plays in the East Bay of San Francisco, where her husband leads a faith community called Open Door.
Cara Meredith is a writer and speaker from Seattle, Washington. Her memoir, The Color of Life: A White Woman’s Journey Toward Love and Justice, releases in 2019 (Zondervan).
"I’m passionate about living life to the fullest, my faith, and issues of racial and social justice. And to me, storytelling is how all of this happens."
CJ is a writer and speaker from Brooklyn, NY. He spends most of his time hanging with his family, playing with his daughter, playing basketball, and reading. He's passionate about seeing the gospel spread in his city, in Brooklyn as it is in heaven. You can catch up with him on Twitter @CJ_Quartlbaum or at CJQuartlbaum.com
Lisa lives in the Mission District of San Francisco with her husband Mark, where they raised three children to adulthood. She loves a slow cup of coffee in the morning, a good story, spinning wool into yarn and knitting it up, and going on adventures with Mark.
Lisa is an author and educator who is passionate about caring for people and creating a more peaceful and just world. She facilitates workshops for ReIMAGINE and is coauthor of BELONGING and BECOMING: Creating A Thriving Family Culture and FREE: Spending Your Time and Money on What Matters Most.You can find her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and on the ReImagine website, as well.