Sarah Flashing, M.A.
Sarah Flashing is a writer and speaker to Christian woman and ministry leaders. For many years, she has taught ethics and Christian worldview in churches, conferences and in the college classroom. She finds great joy in helping believers learn more about their faith and how to defend it in our culture.
Sarah holds a Masters of Christian Thought degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (2005) with a research emphasis in ethics and apologetics. Her master’s thesis is “H. Tristram Engelhardt on Christianity in the Public Square: A Van Tilian Philosophical Critique.”
In 2006, Sarah testified before the Illinois State Legislature on the exploitation and health risks to women as a consequence of embryonic stem cell research and human cloning and has worked tirelessly to educate both church and culture on the ethical questions associated with reproductive ethics. She is the author of “Preparing Women to Walk Worthy of the Call: A Guide for Christian Women’s Leaders” and writes at SarahFlashing.com. Additionally, she has written for organizations including First Things, The Gospel Coalition, and Christianity Today and currently serves as executive director for Evangelical Ministries to New Religions and hosts the show “Flash Point” at Harvard Community Radio. With her family, Sarah resides in Harvard, IL.
Speaking Topics for Special Events
Defending the Faith
Secularism: Faith & Culture
Women’s Ministry Leadership
Doctrinal & Scripture topics
M.A. Christian Thought, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 2005
B.A. Christian Ministry, Trinity International University, 2002