In 2016, she started a Facebook page called The Conservative Millennial. After a few months, her videos on the page started to take off—getting hundreds of thousands and then millions of views. In 2017, she took a job at TheBlaze as a contributor and began offering commentary on a variety of Fox News shows. By 2018, she moved over to CRTV, where she started my podcast, Relatable. TheBlaze and CRTV have since merged into BlazeTV, which now distributes her show. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, she analyzes culture, news, politics, and theology from a Christian, conservative perspective.
Her first book, You’re Not Enough (& That’s Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love, is available now. In this age of what she calls “trendy narcissism,” young women are bombarded with the myth that self-love is all we need for satisfaction. The truth is, self-love, self-empowerment, self-fulfillment, self-whatever will ultimately lead to a dead-end of disappointment. In the book, she busts five of society’s most popular cultural myths, such as “you can’t love other people until you love yourself” and “you determine your own truth.” These are superficial lies that, when believed, have both personal and societal ramifications. Thankfully, the Bible gives us truthful alternatives that show us a better way.
In addition to podcasting and writing, she also speaks to various organizations across the country about the importance of constructing a biblical worldview. In these ever-chaotic times, her goal is to help young women think critically and biblically about the world around us.
Today she talks about the rapid decline of Christianity in the United States, as well as the political, cultural, and social implications that inevitably follow. She asks a key question, are Millennials partly to blame? This is a great video for young people, especially young women to listen to if they think they are Christian and believe in the leftist agenda. Unfortunately, there are a number of people who believe this today