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Kate Shellnutt

Kate Shellnutt

Her.meneutics editor Kate Shellnutt follows current events and religion news across the web from her home outside of Augusta, Georgia. A former religion reporter and web producer for the Houston Chronicle, her work has earned honors from the Society for Features Journalism and Religion Newswriters Association. She studied religion and journalism at Washington and Lee University and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Kate loves cooking TV, comedy podcasts, and social media. She tweets as @KateShellnutt.

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Sandals Instead of Sponsorships: The Sseko Story

Behind the fair-trade company that’s helping educate women in Uganda.

Get Yourself a Girl Squad

The powerful witness of befriending the competition.

Are We Putting Too Much Faith in Video?

What you see isn't all you get.

The Feminist Fight Against Abortion

Hearing from the progressive and pro-woman Christians siding with life.

Why Reality TV Can’t Handle the Josh Duggar Scandal

It’s time for ’19 Kids and Counting’ to come to an end.

When the Cross and the Crescent Are in the Same Family

How an evangelical mom and Muslim daughter overcame their divide.

How to Succeed in Business Despite Stigma and Stereotypes

Christian executive offers advice for female entrepreneurs.

Military Wife Confessions: What Happens When You Can’t Plan for Anything

The practical struggle and spiritual lessons of living an unpredictable life.

Duck Dynasty Wife: The More Christians on Reality TV, the Better

How unexpected fame and quirky family has helped Jessica Robertson share her faith.

An Anointed Trend? Christian Women and Essential Oils

Faithful users rediscover the ancient practice and the healing within God’s creation.

Our Top Posts of 2014: Mark Driscoll, Conscious Uncoupling, and More

Readers and writers pick the best of Her.meneutics.

Christine Caine, Liberty University to Launch ‘Lean In’-Type Program for Christian Women

Propel calls on the church to equip and validate working women.

Jesus Loves the Little Children… But I Don’t

A childless millennial’s quest to become a “kid person.”

If a Brand-New Christian Women's Conference Goes Viral, Then What?

The story behind the success of the IF: Gathering.

Hot Wives, the Harlem Shake, and Our Favorite Posts from 2013

Readers and writers pick the best of Her.meneutics.

Christine Caine: Trust God to Open Doors for Women

The Australian activist and speaker discusses women in church leadership.

Why We Love 'Add a Word, Ruin a Christian Book'

Talking Jesus jokes and Internet culture with hashtag-maker Rachel Marie Stone.
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