Embrace the beauty of breaking together.
A Conference Hosted by REd Tent Living Magazine.
Jen, sought-after speaker, Big Sister Emeritus, and Chief BFF, is a popular blogger and beloved author of NYTimes Bestseller For the Love and Of Mess and Moxie. Jen and her hubby, Brandon, pastor Austin New Church and live on the outskirts of Austin with their 5 kids: Gavin, Sydney, Caleb, Ben, and Remy, in a 1910-era farmhouse. To learn more about Jen, check out her schedule, podcast, and blog at www.jenhatmaker.com.
With 9 Dove Awards—including two for “Female Vocalist of the Year”—Nichole’s music has always been inspired by her stories, questions, mysteries, doubts, weakness, courage, sorrows, revelation and truth. Bringing her haunting melodies, gorgeous hooks, and lilting voice to new endeavors, Nichole works out her salvation with faith and trembling yet again, in ways that promise to move.
Tracy is passionate about nurturing communities where people experience healing, hope and celebration. She is a writer, speaker and mentor and has traveled the world speaking on healing in the context of abuse. Married for 30+ years, she and Mark have five children. She is the founder of Red Tent Living.
Bethany has discovered her heart, her voice, and courage in writing for Red Tent Living. A lover of simplicity, her writing is often inspired by the relationships she holds as a wife, mom, and physical therapist. The picture of life she once held has forever been changed by her two sons. Navigating the path of parenting her boys, each uniquely challenging, she finds grace and beauty in the gift of each moment.
Becky is a co-founder of The Allender Center. She directs prayer intercession, facilitates Story Workshops and leads marriage retreats with her husband. Author of Hidden in Plain Sight, she is a passionate advocate for the sexually harmed and exploited. Loving Jesus and a life of gratitude fill her life with goodness.
Katy is a writer, growing film director, and graduate student at Western Theological Seminary. She lives, authors, and edits in a messy, watercolored world. She's been published by USA Today and writes to discover her hope, her longings and the wild spaces in her own heart.
Libby has been published in The Poet’s Billow, Relief Journal, Driftwood Press, Literary Mama, and Ruminate. When she’s not reading, writing, and keeping tabs on her three kids, she works as a registered nurse in the operating room. She appreciates finding meaning in ordinary moments. You can find here here.
Beth is founder and director of A Face to Reframe, a non-profit committed to preventing human trafficking through arts, training, and community building. She writes about women in ministry, girls becoming women, and exploited women. Author of A Voice of Becoming, Beth can be found at www.bethbruno.org.