Associate and Editor
Cara Meredith is a writer, speaker, editor and activist. Her first book, a memoir about her journey into issues of race, including marriage to the son of black icon James Meredith, releases in January 2019 (Zondervan). She is passionate about issues of social and racial justice, and is drawn to helping faith communities enter into and engage in conversations of race, often for the first time.
Cara’s writing has been featured in numerous print and online publications, including Christianity Today’s CT Women, Women Leaders, CT Pastors, and Books & Culture; iBelieve, For Every Mom, Christian Century, and For Her. Her essays have been featured in the following books: Everbloom: Stories of Deeply Rooted and Transformed Lives (Paraclete Press, 2017); Dating During the Apocalypse, and Other Conversations on God, Sex and Life (Cru Press, 2016); and Live Your Calling (Christianity Today International, 2016). Cara has also been a professional speaker for the last twenty years, having spoken at nearly two hundred conferences, retreats, Sunday morning services, fundraising galas, and women’s, college and youth events.
Cara holds a BA in Education from Pacific Lutheran University (Tacoma, Washington), and a MA in Theology from Fuller Seminary (Menlo Park, California). Prior to her current work, Cara was a high school English and leadership teacher, and then a non-profit outreach ministry director. She and her husband, James, live in Seattle, Washington with their two young sons, Canon and Theo.Back to Who We Are What we do