Helen Lee has been an award-winning writer and journalist in Christian publishing for nearly two decades. She is the author of The Missional Mom and has contributed to numerous other books and Bibles, including Always There; Tending the Soul, and the Everyday Matters Bible. She has also served as co-editor and contributor of Growing Healthy Asian American Churches, and has written articles for publications such as Christianity Today, Leadership Journal, and Todays Christian Woman.
Helen is also an entrepreneur: she is a founding member of Redbud Writers Guild and co-founded the Best Christian Workplaces Institute with Al Lopus in 2002 to help Christian organizations improve the quality of their human resources management. Helen has a B.A. in bioethics from Williams College, an M.A. from Wheaton College (communications/theology), and an MBA from Babson College with a focus on entrepreneurship. She attends Parkwood Community Church, an Evangelical Covenant Church in the suburbs of Chicago. Helen is married to classical pianist Brian Lee, and has three boys. Visit her website at www.helenleeauthor.com, or you can find her on Twitter (@HelenLeeAuthor) and on Facebook (www.facebook.com/helenleeauthor.)
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