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Maggie Wallem Rowe is a national speaker, dramatist and freelance writer who also works fulltime in the field of Christian publishing. The former Director of Women’s Ministries for Vision New England, Maggie has contributed to over ten books including numerous devotional Bibles for women. As the author of several original one-woman dramas, she has traveled extensively throughout the United States speaking at conferences and retreats. Maggie is currently pursuing an MA in Biblical Studies from Wheaton College, Illinois. She blogs at http://www.maggierowe.com.
A farmer’s daughter from Illinois, Maggie spent 25 years in ministry in New England with her pastor- husband Mike, where she taught at Daniel Webster University and directed women’s ministries for Vision New England. Now a resident of Wheaton, Illinois, Maggie works in Christian publishing and has served as a guest communications instructor at Wheaton College.
As a speaker Maggie has spoken at hundreds of retreats and conferences throughout the U.S. Maggie gave the keynote address at the 32nd Annual DuPage County Christmas Prayer Breakfast, the only woman to do so in the 37 year history of the event. As a dramatist Maggie performs original historical reenactments of the lives of great women of the Christian faith including Mary of Nazareth, Sarah Pierpont Edwards, and Amy Carmichael. As a freelance writer, Maggie has contributed to over ten books including What We’ve Learned So Far, the Zondervan Women’s Devotional Bible,the Thomas Nelson Family Foundations Bible, Chicken Soup for the Christian Woman’s Soul, Tyndale’s One Year Bible for New Believers, and the newly released Quiet Reflections of Hope: 120 Devotions to Start Your Day (Revell).
Maggie is currently pursuing an M.A. in Biblical Studies from Wheaton College. She and Mike have three young adult children.
Maggie’s personal mission as a speaker, teacher, and dramatist can be summed up in the words of 1 Peter 4:11: “If anyone speaks, she should do it as one speaking the very words of God. If anyone serves, she should do it with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ. To him be the glory and the power for ever and ever. Amen!”