Meet the Allume Community Writers

Logan Wolfram - AllumeLOGAN WOLFRAM
Executive Editor

Logan is the Executive Director and Host of Allume who most loves to write, connect, and encourage women.  Daughter of a most extravagant and hospitable King, wife to Jeremy, and mother to 2 wild and inquisitive little boys, her days are filled with a combination of routine and plenty of the unexpected.  No stranger to broken dreams, she has found that a curious following of the Ultimate Creative, Jesus, has led her into a faith that is fuller and a life that is more exciting.  Stay-at-home-mom and interior decorator, turned writer and Allume CEO and host, Logan consistently finds that God doesn’t necessarily call the equipped, but he will always equip the called. Despite the attempts of her contract-eating, mail-intercepting, massive dog, Titan, Logan’s first book is set to release Spring of 2016 with David C. Cook. She blogs at

Christin Slade.jpgCHRISTIN SLADE
Managing Editor

Christin is the contemplative, detail-oriented, over-planning, list-maker type. Maybe it has something to do with her addiction to office supplies, particularly pens. She is determined to smooth out the wrinkles of any operation.

Her goal is to care for the community of Allume to help cultivate a rich experience of connectivity and hospitality. The fellowship of women is a powerful and crucial element of growth for both the woman, and the community as a whole. The beauty of raw, genuine, and deep kindred is a necessity for healing and friendship.

A wife of 14 years and mother to seven, her days are full of plenty of busy and goodness. Christin writes to encourage, equip, and motivate moms and mom writers at


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Kris is a freelance writer with a passion for using her words to encourage, inspire, and lead others. She embraces the writing life while homeschooling her four children, and coordinating the MOPS ministry in her church. Kris also serves as an advocate for Compassion International which seeks to set children free from poverty in Jesus’ name. She blogs weekly at Always and is a contributing author to the books, Finding Church and Soul Bare: Reflections on Becoming Human (coming in March 2013). Her first eBook, Holey, Wholly, Holy: A Lenten Journey of Refinement released February 1, 2013.


Erika would much rather find out about you than talk about her and would far prefer going deep over coffee than writing a concise bio blurb. But if you really want to know, Erika is crazy about her jungle-born, turned computer-geek husband and adores her three full-of-energy, sometimes feisty, little ones. Erika really is your typical mom next door, except that she has “tasted and seen that the Lord is good,” and that changes everything! Burning deep in her soul is the truth that “God’s steadfast love is better than life,” and it has transformed her. She is passionate about prayer, God’s Word {and praying God’s Word!}, and her heart is for encouraging women in their faith and championing them as they impress God’s truth on the hearts of their children. Erika shares the lessons she’s learning in marriage, parenting, and living a life surrendered to Christ on her blog, You can also find her on twitter and facebook.


Denise believes in the power of a well-told story. A blogger since 2009, she appreciates the conversational quality of online writing and considers blogging an excellent medium for exploring and improving the craft. She holds an MA in English and teaches writing at Azusa Pacific University. Denise is the author of On Becoming a Writer: What Every Blogger Needs to Know and Passport to Prose: A Simple Editing Guide for Bloggers. She’s a Community Group Leader at (in)courage and a contributing writer at Allume, HelloMornings, Raising Generations Today, and Missional Women. Denise lives in Southern California with her husband and three kids. You can connect with Denise on her blog — — or on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest


September is a word girl, but has purposed to live a life worth writing for.  She thrives on sunshine, family time and iced caramel coffee.  Living in Upstate, NY has given her the rural country charm to raising and homeschooling a family of 12, while married to the man who keeps her rooted, for 25 years.

September is the founder of Raising Generations Today, a growing Conference for Mom’s in the Northeast. She has written the ebook, Hula Hoop Girl, and can be found writing about real-life and motherhood, at One September Day.  Find September on Facebook and Twitter.