Quinn Kelly is a Jesus-loving wife, mother of four and writer as well as the creator of Sanctification and Spitup—a blog designed to encourage women to find God’s goodness in the everyday moments of motherhood and life. She graduated with a Public Relations Degree from Kansas State University and has her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friends University. Quinn has worked in private practice, leads bible studies, writes, and speaks in an effort to make every woman feel God is ready and waiting to sanctify them in even the most mundane moments of their lives. Throughout the last six years, Quinn’s writing has been featured on Today Show’s Funniest Parents, Scary Mommy, Family Share, Love What Matters, PopSugar, Huffington Post, Baby Chick and Mother and Baby Australia.
Rachelle Renee Carrillo
Rachelle joins us all the way from The Empire State of New York and she is proud to call Houston home. You heard her as the host of the Morning Show on KSBJ and she’s elated to now join you in the mornings! She’s passionate about spreading the love of Christ and humbled to share Jesus and His music with you. When she’s not on-air, you can find Rachelle spending time with her husband (Sammy), their two boys (Sammy and Caleb), their two spoiled Jack Russell terriers (Dodger and Chrissy) and their beta fish (Peter). Tune in to the Morning Show and you might also catch Rachelle humming a tune, tapping her feet, or reciting a poem - she enjoys giving God the glory through the Arts!
Shellie Rushing Tomlinson
Shellie is the fun-loving energetic storytelling host of ATS LIVE, a radio talk show that airs live every Monday evening on TALK 540 out of Monroe, Louisiana. In addition, her pre-taped All Things Southern radio segments air Monday through Friday on 28 affiliates across the south. Shellie is a popular humorist, speaker, and the author of the nonfiction humor titles "Suck Your Stomach In and "Put Some Color On” and "Sue Ellen’s Girl Ain’t Fat, She Just Weighs Heavy!” Both received nominations for SIBA Nonfiction Book of the Year and led
Jeff Foxworthy to call her, “Laugh out loud funny!”
Tamara Lexow is a wife, mom, a writer, speaker, and has been in children and family ministry for 18 years. She's a suicide survivor and a recovering food addict. Tamara is passionate about sharing the story of her ongoing healing and growth, with the hope of inspiring others to seek healing in their own lives. She knows and understands far too well the pressure society puts on women to be superheroes. Through her writing and speaking, she desires to show others the freedom of living a life filled with grace.