Jonalyn Fincher

Jonalyn is a philosopher, wife and mother. She and her husband Dale travel nationally as a husband-wife speaking/writing team with their non-profit Soulation. With a double Bachelor’s in literature and history from the University of Virginia and a Masters in Philosophy from Biola University, Jonalyn addresses audiences about how God makes humans more fully themselves.

She is the author of Coffee Shop Conversations: Making the Most of Spiritual Small Talk (Zondervan, 2010) and Ruby Slippers: How the Soul of a Woman Brings Her Home (Zondervan, 2007) and writes weekly at RubySlippers.org on the sparkly connection between faith, feminism and Christian womanhood. Jonalyn has been interviewed on issues of apologetics and womanhood by the BBC, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Christianity Today and BuzzFeed.

Jonalyn lives with her husband and son in the aspen woods of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. She loves to watercolor and watching Downton Abbey.