Articles by: Stephanie Smith
Stephanie S. Smith graduated from Moody Bible Institute with a degree in Communications and Women’s Ministry, which she now puts to work freelancing as a book publicist and writer through her business, (In)dialogue Communications, at www.stephaniessmith.com. She lives with her husband in Upstate New York, where she freelances for Moody Publishers and serves as Editorial Assistant of Relief Journal. When she’s not working with words, she enjoys making things from scratch in the kitchen, and attempting to muddle her way through the liturgical year. Stephanie has been published in PRISM magazine, Catapult magazine, The Christian Post, and other publications.

From Manna to Deep Fried Kool-Aid 2
by / on June 23, 2011 at 2:06 pm / in Broken World, Current Events

From Manna to Deep Fried Kool-Aid

It would happen earlier this week that as I was studying God’s gift of manna in the wilderness, deep-fried Kool Aid was trending on Twitter.

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Can Good Friday & Earth Day Coexist? 4
by / on April 22, 2011 at 2:08 pm / in Broken World, Current Events

Can Good Friday & Earth Day Coexist?

Blogger Stephanie Smith explores the collision between Good Friday and Earth Day, which fall on the same day this year. She observes, “We are all trembling and groaning, whether oil spills or aching hearts, failed crops or painful consequences of sin—these are all symptoms of a world desperately waiting for redemption.”

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