Ellie Roscher Ellie Roscher writes, edits, teaches and speaks at the crossroads of faith, gender, simplicity, sexuality and justice education. She is the author of Play Like a Girl and How Coffee Saved My Life. She earned an MFA from Sarah Lawrence and an MA from Luther Seminary. The Director of Youth and Story Development at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Ellie lives in Minneapolis with her spouse and two boys. More of her work can be found at ellieroscher.com.

Ellie's strength as a nonfiction writer is the articulate the extraordinary in the ordinary moments of life. She writes about her experience of the world as a woman, mother, and boundary crosser with lenses of faith. Her most recent book, Play Like a Girl, furthers an essential conversation about empowering girls globally through sports and access to excellent education.

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Other: Play Like a Girl