Sister Joan Mitchell, CSJ
Sunday by Sunday began as the vision of Joan Mitchell, CSJ, 20 years ago. Sister Joan has dedicated her life to the study and teaching of scripture. She’s published religious education materials for more than 30 years with the majority of her work being lectionary-based.
Please email her with questions or comments about your small Christian communities, Bible studies, or faith sharing groups.
Ellie Roscher is a writer and editor who works with youth at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Minneapolis. Previously she taught theology at Cretin-Derham Hall. Author of How Coffee Saved My Life, and Other Stories of Stumbling to Grace, Ellie writes for Keeping the Faith Today, Bethlehem Youth Ministry , and Enough and edits for Avenida Books. She holds a master’s degree in Theology/Urban Ministry from Luther Seminary and an MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing at Sarah Lawrence College.
Claire Bischoff is a stay-at-home-mom for her two sons and adjunct professor of theology at Saint Catherine University and of religious education atLexington Theological Seminary. She received her PhD in religion from Emory University, where her research focused on the faith formation of adolescent women, and her MA from Luther Seminary, with an emphasis on religious education. In addition to blogging for Keeping Faith Today, she writes for Mothering Matters, which promotes conversations about nurturing parents’ spiritual journeys. She is the co-editor of My Red Couch and Other Stories on Seeking a Feminist Faith and co-author with Joan Mitchell, CSJ of Faith Sharing with Teens.