Bio





As a Minnesota-born analytical creative, Deborah Spooner currently serves as a marketing strategist for LifeWay's Adult ministry where she's ideated and executed campaigns for releases from David Platt, Tony Evans, Louie Giglio, J.D. Greear, and more.

With a background in Digital Communications & Media and Biblical & Theological studies, Spooner previously functioned as co-founder and editor-in-chief of Brave Mag, an online platform geared towards millennials with over 160,000 social media followers in addition to contributing content to platforms such as The Rebelution, Radical.net, Fervr, Voice of the Martyrs, and Odyssey among others.

Passionate about theology, Spooner is a member of Theta Alpha Kappa: The National Honor Society for Religious Studies and Theology and has presented at the Minnesota Collegiate Honors Symposium and the Undergraduate Theology Conference. Equally passionate about theology transforming life, she's studied immigration and global relations through the Global Immersion Project as well as race relations within her local city context through Be the Bridge. Previously serving as a CCCU Women in Leadership Representative, she's worked in unique situations towards equipping women in their multifaceted capacities while writing and presenting on A Biblical Theology of Women in Leadership: Genesis 2 - Chronicles. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Arts in Theological Studies through Westminster Seminary.

Having grown up as a pastor's kid, Spooner is not only passionate about communication but also the global and local church. She currently deeply loves leading high school students at her church's youth group as we all learn more about the gospel and this cataclysmic person: Jesus.



But what if you met her?

She goes by Spoons.

Thinks: in color, aspires to dream in Spanish, and always chooses left when given the option.

Loves: rooms full of strangers, the color yellow, the possibility of possibilities, libraries with vaulted ceilings, anything that hinges on the edge of ridiculous, and questions as the currency of conversations.

Known for: changing plans, being too excited about life, going (hard) into learning a little bit about everything, forgetting what year it is, and trying to make everyone smile.