Katie McCoy

Katie McCoy is the editor of BiblicalWoman.com and is pursuing a PhD in Systematic Theology at Southwestern Seminary. When she’s not reading for her classes (a rare occasion!), she loves hanging out with friends, eating sushi, learning new words and is currently a political news junkie. You can follow her on Twitter at @Katie_McCoy.

Sep 16

God Is Not Silent About Rape by Katie McCoy

The severity of sexual assault in God’s Law compels us to hear, protect, and defend the dignity of every woman, especially the one who breaks her silence about rape.

Aug 12

When the Headlines are Horrifying by Katie McCoy

In Christ we have been made citizens of a Kingdom that will never crumble.

Jul 8

A Habit You Didn’t Know You Needed by Katie McCoy

What routines can be redeemed with a mindset that’s focused on tuning into God’s voice?

Jun 3

Did Jesus Actually Claim to Be God? by Katie McCoy

Jesus invites all of us to come to Him just as we are. But that means we come to Him just as He is: Lord.

May 13

When The Right Way Feels Like the Wrong Direction by Katie McCoy

The funny thing about being in unfamiliar territory is that sometimes the directions don’t make sense until you can look back and see where you were.

Apr 1

Trusting God in Your Waiting Season by Katie McCoy

What may seem like a setback or a delay is actually His perfecting preparation. 

Mar 11

More Than Marriage: What’s Behind Polyamory In the Church by Katie McCoy

The presence of polyamory among professing believers is yet another manifestation of a culturally accommodating Christianity that seeks to worship the Lord on its own terms.

Feb 15

Our Identity In Christ Looks A Lot Like This… by Katie McCoy

He still loves to forgive, redeem, restore, and transform.

Jan 22

You Have More Influence Than You Realize by Katie McCoy

These were ordinary women. Much like us, they probably didn’t feel like they had particularly extraordinary lives.

Nov 20

Why Women Are Critical To the Mission of the Church by Katie McCoy

The ministries in which women participated are among the markers of genuine Christianity in a community and these ministries led to the growth of the early church.