Peggy Kendall is Associate Professor of Communication Studies at Bethel University. She holds an M.A. in Counseling Psychology, an M.A. in Secondary Education, and a Ph.D. in Communication Studies from the University of Minnesota. Her experiences as a youth volunteer, former school teacher and parent of three teenage children have taught her a great deal about today’s communication technology.
Peggy contributed two chapter to Youth Ministry in a Technological Age(2011).
Visit author Peggy Kendall's website: www.peggykendall.com.
- Connected: Christian Parenting in an Age of IM & MySpace is on Radical Parenting's list of the 50 Best Parenting Books for Families with Tweens and Teens.
- Interview with the United Methodist Reporter. (8/13/09)
- Referenced in Religion News Services feature article, "Christians forgo Facebook for 'digital fasting' " (10/30/09)
- Guest blog post "Unplugging the Noise: Making Space for God’s Quiet Voice" on the Sustainable Traditions blog (4/12/2010)
- "Connecting Faith" radio interview with Stephanie Kay, KTIS-AM, Twin Cities, MN (8/5/10)
- Television interview, The Harvest Show(9/30/2010)
- Roundtable participant in YouthWorker Journal article "Tuned In, Turned Off: Youth Culture & Technology" (January/February 2011 issue)
- American Baptist Churches USA Pre-Biennial speaker, "The New Normal," June 2011