Allie Beth Stuckey
Author and contributor to World Magazine and Fox Newsalliebethstuckey.com
Allie Stuckey is the host of the podcast, “Relatable,” where she breaks down the latest in culture, news and politics from a Christian, conservative perspective. She is a frequent guest on Fox News, contributor to World Magazine, writer and the author of “You’re Not Enough (and that’s okay)”. In 2015, Allie began speaking to college sororities about the importance of voting. What started out as a hobby soon turned into a full-time career, with her blog “The Conservative Millennial” launching her into the political media sphere. Today, in addition to podcasting, writing, and making the occasional satirical video, Allie’s goal is to help young women think critically and biblically about the world around us. Allie and her husband, Tim, live in Texas and have 2 young children.
Homeschooling with Courage & Clarity in an Age of Cowardice & Confusion
Stuckey breaks down homeschooling in regards to culture, news, theology & politics from a Christian, conservative perspective. She will provide the foundation and importance of constructing a biblical worldview for homeschooling and everything else in your life. In these ever-chaotic times, the truth of God’s Word is sufficient to give us the ammunition to think critically and biblically about the world around us. Allie’s fresh analysis of the most important issues provides an entertaining and effective way to stay in the know.
How to Escape the Culture of Self Love
We’re told that the key to happiness is self-love. Instagram influencers, mommy bloggers, self-help gurus, and even Christian teachers promise that if we learn to love ourselves, we’ll be successful, secure, and complete. But the promise doesn’t deliver. Instead of feeling fulfilled, our pursuit of self-love traps us in an exhausting cycle: as we strive for self-acceptance, we become addicted to self-improvement. The truth is we can’t find satisfaction inside ourselves because we are the problem. We struggle with feelings of inadequacy because we are inadequate. Alone, we are not good enough, smart enough, or beautiful enough. In Jesus, we’re offered a way out of our toxic culture of self-love and into a joyful life of relying on him for wisdom, satisfaction, and purpose. We don’t have to wonder what it’s all about anymore.
Analyzing Culture, News & Politics from a Biblical Reformed, Conservative Perspective – Q&A
This Q & A workshop gives a more in-depth look into some of the topics we’re wrestling with as Christian women—this is your chance to ask questions about cultural changes, abortion, the church, discipleship, the state of homeschooling, politics to personal life and theology.