Steve Rabey has covered religion, spirituality and culture for a quarter century. He was Religion Editor for the Gazette in Colorado Springs (that's where God lives) from 1991-1995. He was a finalist for Religion Newswriters Association awards. Steve's freelance work has appeared in newspapers (New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Dallas Morning News), magazines (Christianity Today, Christian History, Catholic Digest, Leadership Journal, Charisma, Sojourners, New Age Journal, Publishers Weekly, World, The Wittenburg Door) and online (Beliefnet). He has freelanced for Religion News Service since 1994.
He has also authored or co-authored 25 books on St. Francis (the 50,000-selling The Lessons of St. Francis), Celtic spirituality and travel, Christian mysticism, 20th century evangelical history, Pentecostal revivalism, and the killings at Columbine (the 300,000-selling Rachel's Tears).
He edits YouthWorker Journal and consults with companies and nonprofits on communications, marketing and development projects.
Steve is a member of the adjunct faculty of Fuller Theological Seminary and has an M.A. in church history from Denver Seminary. He has an M.A. in English and a B.S. in Education from Wright State University in Ohio. He and his wife Lois, an author and speaker, live in Colorado. (More info at rabeywords.com.)