Helping women build their worldview upon the truth of God's Word.
From Allie Beth Stuckey:
I'm a wife, mom, born-and-raised Texan, podcast host, author, commentator, and speaker. I'm passionate about helping women build their worldview upon the truth of God's Word.
I graduated with a degree in Communications Studies from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. After graduation, I moved to Athens, Georgia, where I took a job in PR and social media strategy.
A lot happened in Athens that helped put me where I am today. I met my husband at a gym (I know—romantic) in 2014; we were married by the fall of 2015. It was soon after our wedding that, still working full-time, I decided I wanted to encourage college students to vote in the presidential primaries. I started with a group I knew I could relate to: sorority girls. I visited chapter meetings and gave a non-partisan presentation on why they should vote. It was then that I knew I wanted to make a career out of talking to young women about things that matter. In 2016, I started a Facebook page called The Conservative Millennial. After a few months, my videos on the page started to take off—getting hundreds of thousands and then millions of views. In 2017, I took a job at TheBlaze as a contributor and began offering commentary on a variety of Fox News shows. By 2018, I'd moved over to CRTV, where I started my podcast, Relatable. TheBlaze and CRTV have since merged into BlazeTV, which now distributes my show. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, we analyze culture, news, politics and theology from a Christian, conservative perspective.
In addition to podcasting and writing, I also speak to various organizations across the country about the importance of constructing a biblical worldview. In these ever-chaotic times, my goal is to help young women think critically and biblically about the world around us.