Carina Alanson is a former professional counselor turned writer, editor, and course creator who is passionate about helping women live with purpose and grow in their relationship with God. She lives in the subarctic town of Fairbanks, Alaska, where she enjoys scenic drives with her husband, snowshoeing, and reading by the fire. To connect with Carina and find resources for purposeful living, visit carinaalanson.com or find her on Instagram @carinaalanson.
A career in journalism set Kristin Demery up to one day publish her own stories of living this wild, precious life. She is now an author of numerous books—including her newest, One Good Word a Day (Tyndale, 2021)—and part of a trio of writers collectively known as The Ruth Experience. Kristin served as a newspaper and magazine editor, and her work has been featured in a variety of publications, including USA Today. An adventurer at heart, she loves checking items off the family bucket list with her husband and three daughters.
Cathy McIntosh is a devotional writer and a certified coach who helps writers and entrepreneurs with strong marketing and business principles so they can reach a wider audience for Christ. Three generations of family fill her home with love, making her life full of chaos, snack crumbs, dog slobber, and lots of laughter. You’ll find her blog and coaching availability at cathymcintosh.com.
Maria Dyck is a blogger, worship leader, and music teacher who is passionate about helping women find healing and wholeness in Jesus Christ. A mother to 3 wonderful kids, and happily married to Jim, the man who fixes everything. When she’s not on some crazy adventure with her family, she’s happy to be home with a hot cup of tea, her favorite chair, and a good book.
Lindsey is a wife, mom to three young children (7, 6, and 4), and part-time Creative Strategist/copy-writer. Working from home and balancing roles and responsibilities keeps her on her toes. She loves to study God’s Word, run on the nature path behind her home, and connect with women over good conversation. But her most favorite thing is to enjoy the stillness before her household wakes in the early hours of the morning. You can find her at www.lindseyczarob.com, on Instagram and on Facebook.
With roots all over the U.S. and Canada, Laura Fox has found herself transplanted to the deep south of Georgia. There, she lives with her husband C.J. who serves in the U.S. military, and her three children. She began writing to grieve the loss of her father to cancer, and continues to write as a way to commune with her Savior. In her spare time she dreams of a full night’s sleep and uncluttered countertops.