Wendy Wilson
Wendy Wilson

Wendy Wilson is a teacher and writer in Nashville. She has taught in public schools for more than 10 years. From August 2013 to May 2016, she worked at a high school in Nashville that’s one of the most diverse in the South with hundreds of immigrant and refugee students. Before becoming a teacher, she was a newspaper reporter. She has a master’s degree in intercultural studies from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee.

Evangelical Conference To Discuss Bringing ‘Queer Treasure, Honor, And Glory’ Into Heaven

One of the country’s last remaining influential conservative Protestant denominations is in conflict because of a conference set to be held in St. Louis, Missouri, at the end of July.

Red And Blue Americans Listen To Each Other With Better Angels, And It’s Wonderful

Better Angels sets up ‘red-blue workshops’ in which an equal number of conservative and progressive adults talk about their differences within a structured format.

Why It’s Very Difficult For Men And Women To Just Be Friends

Evangelical Aimee Byrd is promoting intimate friendships between opposite-sex Christians as a way to bond spiritually while modeling that men and women can be close without bad behavior.

Christians Need To Stop Being So Naive About Muslim Immigration

Many Christians have been lulled into a childish view of the world and think that deep down Muslims are not too different from them.

Come See What Mass Immigration Looks Like In My School

American families shouldn’t be made to feel like they’re ignorant if they wonder about the quality of a neighborhood school that has gone global.