Online Editor of Today’s Christian Woman

In September 2012, I accepted a position as online editor of Today’s Christian Woman, a Christianity Today media group website, iPad, and print publication that reaches over 250,000 unique users per month. Since coming on board with TCW, I’ve helped double traffic to the site (we’re now pushing 500,000 pageviews per month) by creating a comprehensive social media marketing strategy, overseeing interns, helping develop an iPad application (check us out in the Apple Store), and publishing 8-10 new articles per week on topics ranging from faith to women’s ministry to prayer to marriage, sex, parenting, health, and culture. I’ve interviewed Amy Grant, the A21 Campaign founder Christine Caine, Jesus Culture worship leader Kim Walker-Smith, Kari Jobe, Christy Nockels, Hillsong United worship leader Joel Houston, best-selling author Karen Kingsbury, and more, all with the goal of publishing content to equip, encourage, and inspire women to live out their faith fearlessly in communities around the world.

Check out our website and social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram) and let me know what you like, what could be done better, and/or what you’d like to see more of. We’re open to freelance contributions as well – submit manuscripts to

Before I was hired full-time at TCW, I completed a summer internship with the editorial staff at Christianity Today. I published a variety of news articles for their news blog, “Gleanings,” wrote two blog posts for CT’s women’s blog, her.meneutics (“Katy Perry’s Part of Me 3-D: Does Everyone Really Like a Good Girl Gone Bad?,” and “Women Speak Up and Out at Willow Creek’s Leadership Summit“), and composed a feature story, “Hope for the Gay Undergrad.” I contribute freelance work to the site, most recently featuring interviews with tightrope-crossing-Christian Nik Wallenda (“Nik Wallenda’s Walk by Faith Across a Grand Canyon Tightrope,” June 2013) and musician David Crowder (“Why Old Gospel Music Works in a Club,” April 2013).

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