Melissa Kruger’s Blog “Wit’s End” Moves to The Gospel Coalition

Michael J. Kruger

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September 21, 2015

This past Friday it was announced that my wife Melissa’s blog, Wit’s End, has been moved over to The Gospel Coalition website.  This is very exciting news.

Melissa’s blog does a great job of talking about substantive theological topics while, at the same time, exploring practical nuts-and-bolts aspects of women’s ministry.  So, I think it will be a great fit over at TGC and helpful for all involved in ministry, whether men or women.

Here is Collin Hansen’s announcement below.  And as he says at the end, congratulate Melissa by follower her on Twitter!

Regular readers of our website will already know Melissa Kruger, but we’re delighted to announce today that you’ll see even more from her as our newest blogger. Melissa coordinates women’s ministry at Uptown Church (PCA) in Charlotte, North Carolina, and she’s written two books: The Envy of Eve: Finding Contentment in a Covetous World (Christian Focus, 2012) and Walking with God in the Season of Motherhood (Waterbrook/Multnomah, 2015). Melissa has three children with her husband, Mike, the president of Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte.

Melissa has been a fixture of our national conferences the past several years. At this year’s national conference she spoke on a panel about ministry among women. During the 2014 women’s conference she addressed “Cultivating Contentment in a Covetous World,” the subject of her first book. And she’ll be speaking three times at next year’s women’s conference: on deepening our walk with Jesus, teaching theology to children, and growing in Christ as a new believer. You can read more about these workshops and register for next year’s conference, June 16 to 18 in Indianapolis.

We invite you to join us in welcoming Melissa by following her on Twitter and browsing the archives of her blog, Wit’s End.


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