Chelsea Bombino

Chelsea Langston Bombino is a wife, mother, and believer in communities—from the sacred to the civic. Vocationally, Chelsea has spent the past fifteen years trying—and sometimes failing—to bring a writerly sensibility to the intersection of faith, non-profits, and public life. She currently serves as a program officer for the Fetzer Institute, a fellow with the Center for Public Justice, a columnist for Religion Unplugged, and an adjunct at Mount St. Mary’s University. She is now embarking on a new journey as home educator to her young children and reaping the abundant harvest of a Charlotte Mason approach in every area of her life.

The Wombing of Social Movements

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