About Engage

Engage exists to provide perspective on culture through the eyes of a Biblical worldview, showing how that worldview intersects with culture and engages it.

We are a team of 20-somethings brought together by a common faith in Jesus Christ and employment in our parent organization American Family Association.

Stacy Singh

Writer For Engage

Stacy Singh came to AFA as a college intern in 2011, and stayed to write fulltime for the AFA Journal. Stacy has a B.A. in English, but her passion for writing began with her first childhood writing assignment. It is the delight of exploration and discovery that keeps her writing, eager to brighten even familiar and timeworn topics with a fresh look and new understanding. Above all, her goal is to communicate Christian truths in a way that is convicting to the Christian and compelling to the non-Christian.

When away from the keyboard, Stacy enjoys experimenting with recipes taken from food blogs, searching for her next travel destination, flipping through the writings of literary greats and Christian thinkers, and vainly attempting to create the perfect cup of coffee at home. Through it all, she tries to figure out this thing called life, and how to live as a Christian in the midst of it.

Articles by STACY SINGH

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7 Ways to Study Your Bible

There is more than one way to study Scripture. Find the way that will best allow you to know God better.

4 Practical Questions for Applying Apologetics on Your Campus

Before answering questions others have about our faith, there are a few questions we should ask ourselves

Broken Resolutions: A Treatise on Relying on God

Broken resolutions are not a sign of weak discipline, but of a need for stronger theology.

What Makes a Woman Makes a Wife

Being a godly wife begins long before taking vows. What can we as daughters of God do now in preparation for that next chapter in our lives, as well as grow in the identity of our current chapter?

Where You Keep Your Bible Determines if You Read It

There are so many things that keep us from reading Scripture. Here are some unexpected reasons to be aware of and ways to overcome them.

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