Elizabeth Hagan is an ordained American Baptist minister who lives outside of the normal vocational boxes. Sometimes she serves churches through short-term interim pastorates. She often travels to support her husband, Kevin, in his work with the American Diabetes Association and on behalf of Our Courageous Kids, a foundation she created in 2015 to provide educational opportunities for children living in international orphanages. And she always writes. You can find her words about soul care and advocacy over at her blog, Preacher on the Plaza, and on the web at Christian Century, Patheos, and the Young Clergy Women’s Journal, Fidelia’s Sisters. Elizabeth has contributed to three books: This is What a Preacher Looks Like, The Modern Magnificat and There’s a Woman in the Pulpit.