Karen Stiller is author of The Minister's Wife: a memoir of faith, doubt, friendship, loneliness, forgiveness and more, and co-author of Craft, Cost & Call: How to Build a Life as a Christian Writer. She is a writer whose work has appeared in Reader's Digest, The Walrus, Ekstatis, Christianity Today, and many other publications. She is a senior editor of the Canadian magazine Faith Today and hosts the Faith Today Podcast, where she has interviewed thinkers, leaders and writers like Kate Bowler, Philip Yancey, Ann Voskamp, Scott Erickson and many more tellers of important stories. Karen's work has taken her to South Sudan, Uganda, Senegal, Cambodia and across North America, reporting on stories that are from the Church and of the Church. She has moderated the Religion and Society Series at the University of Toronto, a debate between leading atheists and theologians. Karen loves to teach writing and coach and mentor writers on the journey. She and her husband, Brent, a priest with the Anglican Church, live in Ottawa, Canada and have three adult children and a big dog named Dewey.