Linda Nansteel Lovell
Nansteel Lovell is a freelance writer living in Ellicott City, Md.
She and her husband, Allan, have two adult daughters, Meredith and Jocelyn. The photo is from Jocelyn's (second from left) voice recital in the spring of 2006. Linda is a graduate of Susquehanna University (an ELCA school in Selinsgrove, Pa.) and The Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore).
She began her career teaching high school English, composition and journalism. She hung up the chalk when her daughters arrived. She worked for a few years as a writer and editor of children's puzzle books. In 1986, she began working on a very part-time basis as a typist for what was then the Maryland Synod of the Lutheran Church in America.
In her spare time, Linda enjoys reading, crosswords, sudoku, writing children's stories and creating puzzles.
Articles by Linda Nansteel Lovell:
- Resource Center 2.0
Today it's more about networking than materials on hand
- What is Feautor?
Website allows sharing of faith resources
- In transition
Baltimore congregation weathers four staff retirements
- Shuttered congregation keeps on giving to community
Building, grounds and endowment benefit school, camp and global partner
- Coming to grips with struggling congregations
Challenges abound, but so do ministry responses
- Congregation stops, looks around, sees what's going down — now up
North Emanuel in St. Paul, Minn., breaks out of rut by reaching out
- Chocolate as bait
Evangelism is sweet at this Maryland congregation
- Project Connect
Effort links young adults to ministry opportunities, pastors and each other
- Imagine Mary's letter
What would she tell family and friends?
- Pastor calls Marine the 'true embodiment of the warrior spirit'
- Amazing grace for grandmas
- Faith guides army doctor
- How LIRS takes care of children
- Communication is challenge
With international family
- 'Do something for the kids'
Baltimore church responds with after-school programs
- LIRS suffers Sept. 11 aftershocks
- Revolutionary year
Touring with Les Miz takes faith for young actor's family
- Making us known
ELCA Identity Project aims to raise public awareness about Lutherans
- 'Homicide' gives life to museum dream
- Peacemaking one kid at a time
Baltimore churches work to keep children safe by keeping them busy
- Spring planting
Churches sow the seeds of agricultural projects