Jamie is a journalist and the former national editor of WORLD Magazine. She is a World Journalism Institute graduate and also previously worked for The Charlotte World. Jamie resides in Charlotte, N.C.
Four accessible theology reviews
Can Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis parlay his COVID response into a national political payoff?
Applying Scripture to our hearts, not just our politics
Jamie Dean | Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis draws praise and scorn for his approach to the COVID-19 pandemic—and he offers a glimpse of what the next wave of national elections might hold
A momentous withdrawal from Afghanistan went awry for the Biden administration, and politicians aren’t the only ones suffering for it
Jamie Dean | As the Cuban people protest a lack of food, medicine, and basic freedoms, pastors in the Caribbean nation say they, too, can no longer stay silent
Jamie Dean | Plagiarism controversies and a growing sermon-prep industry bring attention to a question pastors face when preparing material for the pulpit: How much borrowing is too much?
Jamie Dean | Joe Biden’s pro-abortion policies are driving wedges between leaders of the Roman Catholic Church
A summer of surprising Supreme Court unanimity includes a narrow ruling that could bode well for Christian foster agencies