Sarah Thebarge is a speaker and author who grew up as a pastor’s kid in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She earned a masters degree in Medical Science from Yale School of Medicine and was studying Journalism at Columbia University when she was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 27. Her writing has appeared in Just Between Us, Relevant and Christianity Today. Her blog was featured on MSNBC.com. She has spoken at Donald Miller’s Storyline conference, women’s retreats, and other venues. She was voted one of 40 Women Under 40 who are challenging taboos of the Christian faith.
Sarah’s writing for Christianity Today earned her first prize from the Evangelical Press Association in 2012. Her first book, The Invisible Girls, will be released by Jericho Books in April of 2013. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon.