Our Contributors

Julie Partin is the managing editor at Project Inspired as well as a multimedia journalist. She works as an editor, freelance writer, and host. Julie studied Journalism and Theology at Biola University. She is passionate about helping girls find their confidence and potential in Christ. She is obsessed with pop culture, fashion, relationships, and dogs. Connect with Julie: www.juliepartin.com, FacebookTwitterYouTube, & Instagram.


Brittney Moses is Project Inspired’s rockstar Online Community Manager who’s dedicated to seeing this generation live out their God-inspired purpose. She founded a worldwide ministry organization called Unashamed Impact encouraging young believers to live out their faith through Christian leadership development. Brittney is currently a Psychology major pursuing her passion for counseling and mental health. Connect with Brittney: www.BrittneyAMoses.com, Twitter, & Instagram


Christina Given is a Southern California native who has been singing and writing music since the age of 12. She is passionate about changing the youth and the next generation through music, media and journalism. Given is honored to be on the Project Inspired team as a contributing blogger and writer. She has been on the team since 2011. Given is a TV host for JUCE TV-formerly known as JCTV Network, (www.youtube.com/JCTV) watch her online music news show “JUCE Music NEWS” on their channel. Given also released her latest EP “Milk and Honey” on iTunes 2014 and is expected to release more Christian/Gospel music this year recorded in Nashville, TN.  Connect with Christi: www.christigiven.comFacebook, Twitter, YouTube, & Instagram.


Phylicia Masonheimer studied Journalism and Religion at Liberty University, where she now works as coordinator of homeschool admissions. Her writing has been featured Brink, Forward, and Direction magazines and on media sites such as Churchleaders.com, the Youth Culture Report, and Faithit.com. She is blessed to be working with Project Inspired! Phylicia is passionate about teaching young women to recognize their God-given value, equipping them to be “capable, confident, and complete” in every area of life. She and her family live in central Virginia. Connect with Phylicia: www.phyliciadelta.com, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram.