Christopher is the 22-year-old Editor-in-Chief of TheRebelution.com
. He lives in Los Angeles with his family planting inner-city house churches, where he writes and vlogs about Jesus, life, and what it means to follow God wholeheartedly. Aside from The Rebelution
, you can find him at ChristopherWitmer.com
as well as his YouTube channel, Wild:Life
Check out his full bio here
Katherine Forster is an 18-year-old writer from Lutz, Florida. She placed first in the 2013 National Bible Bee after competing for nine years. The immersive experience of Bible study through the competition changed her life and she wants to see it change the lives of other teens as well. She’s currently pursuing publication for a book on Bible study and memorization for teenagers. You can follow her at KatherineForster.com where she writes about the gospel and the imminence of eternity.
Sara Barratt is an 18-year-old speaker and author. Her first book Love Riot: A Teenage Reawakening of Passion for Christ releases from Baker Books in Spring 2020. Along with her work on The Rebelution, she also contributes to websites like The Gospel Coalition and Girl Defined, as well as her own blog, sarabarratt.com.
Faye Lentine is an 18-year-old homeschool graduate from the suburbs of Chicago, currently in her freshman year of Bible college. You can follow her at CreateInMeBlogger.wordpress.com, where she shares everything from devotionals to allergy-friendly recipes.
Jacob T. Murphy
Social Media Intern
Jacob is a Northern Irish content creator, freelance writer, and tinker in all things technical. Over the course of a few years, Jacob has gone from mere fan of Do Hard Things and The Rebelution to a contributor and volunteer on the team. Always bubbling with new ideas and insights, he hopes to help The Rebelution reach more of his generation and inspire more God-glorifying action around the world.
Isabelle is a 21-year old writer, world-traveler, and professional toddler-wrangler. She has worked in youth ministry for over a quarter of her life, and mentored with college-age ministries for three years. She waxes poetic (and often long) on her blog Seeing Everything Else, where she hopes to help young people see the beautiful story and glory of Christ in every part of life.