I’ve been a Christian since 1981 and I have degrees in religion and history from Lakeland College, a small liberal arts college in Wisconsin that was founded as a missionary training school in the 19th century.
My heart is to defend the biblical faith. I’m the author of three books. One of them (The Narrow Way: Biblical and Historical Proof that God IS Great) was a response to the late Christopher Hitchens’ book God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything. As a result of what I learned about the failures of church history, I felt compelled to write my second book to believers: Will You Be Found Faithful: Caring About the Heart of God in an Age of Apostasy.
Last year I completed my third book, Faithful: Defending the History of Bible-Believing Christianity, in which I respond to the accusations against church history concerning the Inquisition, slavery, racism, colonialism, and Nazism.
My latest endeavor is a paper on Critical Race Theory, the ideology behind Black Lives Matter and identity politics. I reveal the history of the philosophy behind the movement and explain why it can’t be embraced by Bible-believing Christians.
I was a homeschool mom to eight kids and I have six granddaughters. I enjoy debating atheists, talking with my husband about Jesus, and playing board games with my family. Greg and I live with our little dog Rascal in the frozen tundra of northeastern Wisconsin.