Christy Hemphill and her husband Aaron work as linguistic consultants on a minority language development and Scripture translation project in southern Mexico where she has been homeschooling her three children for eight years. Since 2015, she has served as a moderator on the BioLogos discussion forum, listening to arguments, questions, and concerns from people all over the spectrum of origins beliefs. Prior to her work in Mexico, she taught for eight years at the high school, college, and adult education levels, and worked for two years in the museum education department of the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation. Christy has bachelor’s degrees in secondary education and French from Wheaton College, a master’s degree in Applied Linguistics/TESOL from Old Dominion University, and a master’s degree in Applied Linguistics/Bible Translation from the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics at Dallas International University. She is a member of a Converge (Baptist General Conference) church and was involved in the missions committee, women’s ministry, and youth ministry before moving out of the country.