Tricia Scribner is a Christian apologist who teaches and writes about evidences for the Christian faith. Tricia is author of LifeGivers Apologetics: Women Designed and Equipped to Share Reasons for the Hope Within and its companion study guide, and co-author of Woman to Woman: Preparing Yourself to Mentor, Seeking Wisdom: Preparing Yourself to be Mentored, Passion for Purpose: 365 Daily Devotions for Missional Living, Major Truths from the Minor Prophets and A Month of Miracles.

Tricia is a former RN, working as a public health nurse, an assistant professor of nursing, and as a newborn-care parent educator. As a volunteer short-term missionary she has served in the U.S., Costa Rica, Mexico, Korea, Zimbabwe, Senegal, Cote d’Ivoire, Kenya and South Africa. She taught apologetics in a Christian high school for ten years and most recently has worked as an online course mentor and writer at Christian Online Courses, teaching Frank Turek’s Why I Still Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist and Stealing from God courses.

Though Tricia trusted Christ as her Savior as a child during her young adult college years she questioned whether her faith could be reconciled with the scientific and historical evidence. Determined to get answers, she embarked on a  journey that eventually led her to study apologetics at Southern Evangelical Seminary. She is now a PhD student at SES.

Tricia is mom of three adult children and “Nana” to nine grandchildren. She lives in Harrisburg, North Carolina, with her husband of 44 years, Randy, where they are active members of Hickory Grove Baptist Church Mallard Creek Campus.

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