Kristen Kill is a girl who grew up surrounded by family, books, alpine peaks and lots of green. She never thought she’d leave. And when she did, she landed in a lot of concrete in a city that shapes the world’s culture. She is passionate about living with intention as a wife and mother of four in a place that makes her heart beat just a little bit faster every time she walks outside, and often writes about making a life where work and faith intersect, and that is marked by grace, gratitude, beauty, art and homeschooling all squeezed into a tiny Manhattan apartment at her blog, Hope With Feathers.
Kristen loves to share with women about finding true rest and hope, about foraging for beauty in the thick of weary seasons, and how living a life hidden in the embrace of God transforms us.
Kristen adores her role mentoring writers as the Editor of The Better Mom and For the Family. She often consults on national social media and marketing campaigns, is a community leader at Allume, a Christian blogging conference, is a contributor at Three Things for Mom, and I Take Joy. You can find her most precious work gathered around her dinner table each night, or discover her words spattered throughout the web in various publications, blogs, magazines, devotionals for women, and on radio throughout the United States.
Finding a SELAH
Embrace and Let Go
A Rooted Life