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Michelle Van Loon

Michelle Van Loon is the author of two books about the parables of Christ and has contributed to three recent devotional projects. She's done a wide variety of freelance writing including plays and skits, curriculum, articles, and ghost-writing. She's been a church communications director, served on staff at Trinity International University, and currently handles communications for a Chicago-area ministry that networks evangelical congregations. She's married to Bill, and is mother to three and grandmother to two. Her writing focuses on issues of the church and spiritual formation. She blogs at michellevanloon.com.

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