Patricia Raybon

Patricia Raybon, a former Sunday Magazine editor at The Denver Post and former associate professor of journalism at the University of Colorado at Boulder, is the award-winning author of bridge-building books on faith, race and grace. She’s the author of the racial forgiveness memoir, My First White Friend (winner of the Christopher Award), a prayer memoir, I Told the Mountain to Move (2006 Book of the Year finalist at Christianity Today), a One Year® daily devotional study of Bible virtues, God’s Great Blessings, and a mother-daughter interfaith memoir, Undivided: A Muslim Daughter, Her Christian Mother, Their Path to Peace. Her personal essays have been published in the New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, USA Today, Country Living Magazine, Chicago Tribune, The Denver Post, Guideposts, Our Daily Bread, In Touch Magazine, Christianity Today, the Washington Post’s “Acts of Faith” blog and aired on National Public Radio. A Bible enthusiast, Patricia supports Bible-translation and literacy projects worldwide through Wycliffe Bible Translators, her favorite charity. A mother of two and grandmother of five, she and her husband Dan live in Colorado, her beloved home state. She welcomes visitors and friends to patriciaraybon.com