Carolyn Custis James (BA Sociology, MA Biblical Studies) thinks deeply about what it means to be a female follower of Jesus in a postmodern world. As a cancer survivor, she is grateful to be alive and determined to address the issues that matter most. She travels extensively both in the US and abroad as a speaker for churches, conferences, colleges, theological seminaries, and other Christian organizations.
She is an adjunct professor at Missio Seminary in Philadelphia, blogs at www.carolyncustisjames.com and here as a Missio Alliance Leading Voice.
Carolyn is a consulting editor for Zondervan's Exegetical Commentary Series on the New Testament. In 2012, Christianity Today named her one of fifty evangelical women to watch. She serves on the Board of Advisors for Logia—an initiative of the LOGOS Institute of the University of St. Andrews, UK committed to seeing women become more visible and valued in the academy and the church; 4Word Women—an international organization for Christian professional women in the workplace; Institute for Bible Reading—committed to facilitate and energize a reading movement for the twenty-first century.