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Introducting our Newest Co-Editor

Written by Mark Van Steenwyk : April 1, 2008

I am thankful to all of those who offered to step into the role of co-editor. I feel blessed to be a part of such a strong writing community at Jesus Manifesto. I hope that the addition of two co-editors will only serve to strengthen that community and deepen the quality of our content.

I am pleased to announce the latest addition to the editorial team: Kimberly Roth. Kimberly is a great writer with a particular interest in culture and aesthetics. There are writers and there are Writers. Kimberly is a Writer. With her help, Jesus Manifesto will be stronger and deeper.

Here’s Kimberly’s bio:

kimberlyroth.JPGBeing a highly career-oriented individual, Kimberly Roth parlayed a degree in philosophy and sociology into a skyrocketing job as an Executive Assistant - coffee, anyone? Exercising her day-job to conceal a covert life as an armchair theologian and pop-culture guru, Kimberly spends way too much time rambling on at www.barefootbohemian.blogspot.com. She lives in community, which means there is both a married man and a baby in her home… neither of them belonging to her, or to each other. Kimberly owns more music than she can listen to, hordes more books than she can read, and is a self-proclaimed yard sale queen. She also loves the show Clean Sweep and does not see the irony in the situation. Kimberly likes to explore the deeper side of life: the infinite superiority of front porches to back yards; comparisons and contradictions between Southern and Christian hospitality; why Jeff Tweedy is a genius despite singing in jibberish. One day she will write from the porch of her dream home, where all will be welcomed and the sweet tea will flow in abundance. Her passion is to see the gospel of God’s kingdom preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and that those who call ourselves Christians in our nation, who have had our share of the preaching, will learn how to live that kingdom out with one another.

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