Tim Sanford is a licensed professional counselor with over 20 experience as a clinician.
Joanna Saul lives in Columbus, Ohio, and is a graduate of THE Ohio State University (Go Bucks!) and Georgetown Law.
Matt Schmucker serves in a dual capacity as the Director of 9Marks and as an elder at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C.
Jenny Schroedel lives in Holualoa, Hawaii, with her husband and two daughters. Her fifth book, Naming the Child was released by Paraclete Press.
Kara Schwab loves being a freelance writer and mommy. When she's not writing, she can be spotted in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Steve Shadrach lives in Conway, Ark., with his wife, five kids, two pets and six college students. He works with the ministry of Student Mobilization.
Wendy Shalit is a graduate of Williams College and contributor to The Wall Street Journal, Commentary, and City Journal, among others.
Susie Shellenberger has written 52 books, speaks 42 weeks/weekends every year and lives in Bethany, Okla., with her two mini-Schnauzers Obie and Amos.
Eric Simmons leads One, the singles ministry at Covenant Life Church. He lives in Gaithersburg, Md., with his four kids and his wife, Lisa.
Brenna Kate Simonds, her husband, their son and their cocker spaniel reside in Boston. Brenna Kate is director of Alive in Christ, an Exodus Member Ministry.
"Leah Simon" is a pseudonym. The author and her husband love gardening at their home in Colorado Springs, Colo. They volunteer at a homeless outreach.
Ashleigh Slater is the author of Team Us: Marriage Together (Moody Publishers).
Dr. Juli Slattery is a widely known clinical psychologist, author, speaker and broadcast media professional.
Gary Smalley, Ph.D. is a teacher and counselor. A best-selling and award-winning author, Smalley and his wife, Norma, have been married 48 years.
Greg Smalley, Ph.D. is the executive director of marriage and family formation for Focus on the Family. He is the author or co-author of 11 books.
Joy Beth Smith is the editor of Boundless. She hails from Charleston, SC, but she’s left pieces of her heart in Lynchburg, VA, Nashville, TN, and Chicago, IL. Joy Beth is passionate about connecting with other singles, and with the abundance of faulty theology surrounding singleness, marriage, and dating, she hopes to contribute to the ongoing conversations on these issues. Joy Beth enjoys writing, reading, and coffee drinking, and you can often find her lurking in the corner of a local coffee shop pretending to read while shamelessly eavesdropping.
Follow JB on Twitter at @JBsTwoCents.
Timothy Smith has worked in the financial industry for over five years.
Thomas Snow serves as both the administrator and campus staff at The George Washington University for Campus Outreach DC.
Arleen Spenceley is author of the book Chastity is For Lovers: Single, Happy, and (Still) a Virgin.
Greg Spencer, Ph.D. teaches communication studies at Westmont College. He is the author of Living the Quieter Virtues in a Noisy World.
Andy Stanley is a pastor, communicator, author and founder of North Point Ministries Inc. (NPM).
Paul Stanley oversees portions of The Navigators' global movement, and spends much of his time coaching, mentoring and developing leaders throughout the world.
Scott Stanley, Ph.D. is co-director of the Center for Marital and Family Studies and a research professor of psychology at the University of Denver.
Glenn T. Stanton is the director for family formation studies at Focus on the Family.
Elise Stephens lives in Seattle with her husband, James. Her first novel, Moonlight and Oranges, was a quarter-finalist for the 2011 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award.
Aaron Stern is the pastor of Mill City Church in Ft. Collins, Colo., and the founder of the LEAD Network, a nationwide resource that trains young pastors.
Owen Strachan is the executive director of the Council on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood.
Cara Strickland is a freelance writer based in Washington State. She writes about food, faith, relationships and singleness.
Chris Stump is a graduate of University of Kentucky and has worked with Exodus International for four years as a writer and contributor to their blog.
Tim Sweetman is a 22-year-old writer and blogger from our nation’s capital, Washington D.C. He and his wife married young and have one girl.
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