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Halee Gray Scott

Halee Gray Scott

Halee Gray Scott, PhD, is an author, independent social researcher. She teaches seminary courses in spiritual formation, theology, and leadership. Her writing has appeared in Christianity Today, The Washington Post, Christian Education Journal, Real Clear Religion, Relevant, and many other media outlets. Her first book, Dare Mighty Things: Mapping the Challenges of Leadership for Christian Women (Zondervan, 2014) reveals how Christian women leaders can thrive in ministry. She lives in Littleton, Colorado, with her husband, Paul, and their two daughters, Ellie and Viv. When she's not writing or teaching, she is usually randomly Googling, baking challah bread, or running to work off the consumption of said challah bread. Halee blogs at www.hgscott.com. Follow her on Twitter at @hgscott. Or on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/hgscott. Soli deo gloria.

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The Stanford Rape Victim Said the Words I Couldn’t

Why we all should pay attention to her bold account.

7 Spiritual Lessons from Running

What hitting the running trail taught me about the Christian life.

Give Us a King!: Leadership Theory for Election Season

Historic trends bring context to Trump’s confounding popularity.

Messages from the Edge: Suicide Notes on Social Media

How Facebook turns the left-behind into horrified witnesses.

Sexed-Up Culture Ruined Healthy Male-Female Work Relationships

The importance of both genders partnering in ministry.

What Women Want: More Opportunities to Serve

Need Christians to help and lead at church? I know plenty.

A Lesson from Rape Stories: We Don’t Get What We Deserve

It’s time to recognize that our world isn’t fair. And do something about it.

Slammed in the Spirit

Hope for a Christian blogosphere that focuses more on God than each other.

A Mother's Hope for a Better World

The significance of raising good kids in an age of bad news.

Mercy in the Name of God, Not Government

How our country’s religious freedoms might prompt us to care for immigrants.

To Publish a Predator

What the regrettable Leadership Journal post reminds us about the nature of sexual abuse.

When Dads Don't Stay

Confronting the reality of fatherlessness in America.

The View from the Religious Middle

How can we oppose injustice without acting like the sky is falling?

Changing Depictions, Changing Perceptions

Bridging the gap between female stereotypes and real women starts in our heads, not stock photography.

A Real Cause for Christian Outrage

Believers around the world are dying for their faith. Where’s the evangelical groundswell for them?

The Church's Missing Half

What happens when women go underrepresented in the Body of Christ.

Strong Is the New Skinny

A fitness movement that pushes women to understand the power of their own bodies? I’m in.

Hey Lady, Etiquette is In Again

A new age of minding our manners.

Not-So-Pretty Little Liars

James Clapper, Big Brother, and our demand for truth in politics.

Auditing America's Political Integrity

The IRS scandal, Benghazi incidents, and the disappointment of dishonorable leadership.
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