Jessica Taylor (@jessmarietaylor)

Whether dancing in Kenya with the Maasai tribe, swimming with the locals in Lake Kivu, exploring labyrinths in Eastern Europe or marching with soldiers in Sudan- these encounters have deepened Jessica’s love for people and challenged her to bridge the gap between her life, and the lives of those around the world.

Jessica finds joy in creating images that empower, and communicate people of dignity and hope, even through unthinkable trial. With a passion for humanity, she partners with organizations and visionaries to produce visual stories that challenge and motivate a watching world to act.

Michelle Sarabia (@michellesarabia)

Michelle lives outside of Nashville, Tennessee with her husband of 15 years. Their home is filled with four teenagers and not a moment goes by when she realizes they’ll be adults soon. She has blogged at Beyond Brave for the last five years writing about moments that inspire, encourage and challenge her readers faith.

Jeremy Reis (@JeremyReis)

Jeremy Reis is the Director of Digital Marketing for Food for the Hungry. He is the husband to Jennica, father of 6, and professor at Ohio Christian University in his spare time.

Darrell Vesterfelt (@dvest)

Darrell Vesterfelt is the founder of the Prodigal Press. He lives in Minneapolis with his wife Ally. He loves helping people discover the power of their story. Darrell is the original #unblogger.

Allison Vesterfelt (@allyvest)

Allison Vesterfelt is a writer, managing editor of Prodigal Magazine and author of Packing Light: Thoughts on Living Life with Less Baggage (Moody, 2013). She lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota with her husband Darrell.

Sarah Matheny (@sarahannmatheny)

Sarah Matheny left her life as a family law attorney to raise a family nearly ten years ago, with every intention of returning to a corner office someday. When she became a stay-at-home mom, she started blogging to share the joys, successes and laughs that come from raising a family with a love of veggies and a love of God, and she never looked back. Even with a full plate, she feels the grumbly, gaping holes in her life that can only be filled and satisfied by a merciful and grace-giving Father. She's published a New York Times best-selling memoir cookbook, Peas and Thank You, and continues to feed her readers their daily recipe and/or glimpse into life with the Peas at peasandthankyou.com.

Raechel Myers (@raechelmyers)

Raechel Myers is a Michigander by birth, but a Southern girl at heart. She began blogging at Finding My Feet just a few months after her daughter Evie Grace was stillborn at 32 weeks. Five years later, she still writes about family and faith, but with a degree in Housing and Environmental Design, she also loves to infuse her corner of the internet with fun DIY projects, sewing tutorials, and the occasional half marathon. Raechel is also a co-founder and writer at SheReadsTruth.com. She and her husband Ryan live outside of Nashville with their two children, whom they can only hope will ultimately serve the Lord and take their dishes to the sink.

Esther Havens (@estherhavens)

Esther Havens is a Humanitarian Photographer. She captures stories that transcend a person's circumstances and reveal their true strength. She has worked on social-awareness campaigns with organizations such as charity: water, TOMS Shoes, Concern Worldwide and A Glimmer of Hope. Her images compel thought and challenge action. She has traveled to over 45 nations in the last 10 years -- and she'll keep going until she sees that every person on the planet has access to education and clean drinking water.

Logan Wolfram (@lifefordessert)

Logan is a friend, a wife, a mom, a sister, a decorator, a DIYer, a household chef, a leader, and a follower. She enjoys the RIGHT NOW of life...it's the sweetest part... dessert.

Claire Diaz-Ortiz {Virtual Traveler} (@Claire)

Claire Diaz-Ortiz leads social innovation at Twitter, Inc. Named one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company, she is the author of Twitter for Good: Change the World, One Tweet at a Time, her second book. Claire manages Twitter’s philanthropic, social good, and cause marketing initiatives, including theTwitter for Nonprofits and Twitter Ads for Good programs.

Joy Eggerichs (@JoyEggerichs)

Joy works for her parents’, Emerson and Sarah Eggerichs, marriage ministry, Love and Respect. She writes, speaks, and researches to understand and help serve the next generation of relationships.

Max Dubinsky (@MaxDubinsky)

Max is the author of the acclaimed collection of short fiction, We Can't Go Home Again, and the creator of the serialized storytelling experience, Dislocated. His writing has been featured in Relevant, POTSC, The Good Men Project, A Deeper Story, and The Good Women Project. Max lives in Hollywood, CA with his wife, Lauren and writes weekly on MakeItMAD.com.

Lauren Dubinsky (@LaurenDubinsky)

Lauren lives in Hollywood with her husband Max where she does graphic design for television and film, writes, takes pictures, and runs the http://goodwomenproject.com/.

Daniel C. White (@DanielCWhite)

Daniel is a dad, husband, dreamer, traveler, blogger, outdoorsmen, photographer, triathlete, lover of life and people and Artist Relations guy.

Lindsey Nobles (@lindseynobles)

Lindsey, a native Texan, a habitual twitterer, sporadic blogger, and conference enthusiast, has recently joined the Food for the Hungry team as Director of Speakers and Strategic Partnerships. She is passionate about mobilizing others to go to the hard places and bring hope and help to the children.

David Molnar (@DavidMolnar)

David is a music & advertising photographer based out of Nashville with clients like Dolby, Sony, EMI, March of Dimes & Atlantic Records.

Alli Worthington (@Alli)

Alli lives outside Nashville with her husband and five young sons. She is the CEO of Picha Global, cofounder of BlissDom Events, and Blissfully Domestic magazine.

Alysa Bajenaru (@InspiredRD)

Alysa is a dietitian, baseball wife, mom, celiac, justice advocate and proud wearer of onion-goggles. She challenges others to live an inspired life and impact the world from wherever they are.

Kristen Howerton (@kristenhowerton)

Kristen is the mom of four children, and has been blogging at Rage Against the Minivan as a coping skill since 2004. She teaches psychology at Vanguard University and lives in Southern California.

Emily Loerke (@todaysletters)

Emily has been on staff at Watermark Community Church for the past seven years, and co-authors a marriage blog called Today’s Letters with her husband, Tim.

Alece Ronzino (@GritandGlory)

A New Yorker changed by Africa, Alece is the founder of #OneWord365 and a communications coach for non-profits. She blogs candidly about searching for God in the question marks of life & faith.