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Cat Knarr
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Cat Knarr (formerly Catherine Newhouse) is the Editor and Community Manager for Faith Driven Business, an online network for Christian entrepreneurs who want to build awesome businesses. She tweets at @CatherineKnarr and @FaithDrivenBiz.

She's also a freelance race and religion reporter for media outlets like Christianity Today, PRISM magazine, and UrbanFaith. She recently graduated summa cum laude from the University of Missouri with three Bachelor's degreees in magazine journalism, religious studies and international studies. Now Cat lives in St. Louis with her amazingly sweet husband, Ben, and their adorable puppy, Luna.

Cat studied abroad in Rwanda for the month of July 2011 and has since been writing about the Rwandan genocide and the country’s recovery. She reported on religious shifts in Rwanda for Christianity Today and wrote about her study abroad experiences for UrbanFaith. That Christianity Today article earned her First Place student religion reporter from both the Religion Newswriters Association and Evangelical Press Association.

Cat has also reported for the Columbia Missourian and The Chicago Reporter, an investigative newsmagazine about race and poverty. Follow her on Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and CatKnarr.com.

Entries by Cat Knarr

5 Innovative Christian Businesses You've Never Heard of

(1) Comments | Posted February 28, 2014 | 10:33 PM

You know the Christian-run businesses that are always in the headlines, like Chick-fil-A and Hobby Lobby. But what about the smaller businesses that are doing something remarkably creative, like starting a coffee company that only employs ex-offenders?

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Here are five innovative businesses started...

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8 Secrets to Building a Stunning LinkedIn Profile

(5) Comments | Posted February 3, 2014 | 2:48 PM

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Sometimes, defeat turns into opportunity.

Years ago, I attended a writers' conference and pitched an article to a magazine editor. He didn't take it, but he was friendly, gracious and polite.

I saw him on LinkedIn a couple years later, and at first...

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3 Reasons Why Jon Acuff's Start Experiment Was Awesome Online Community Building

(3) Comments | Posted October 15, 2013 | 5:40 PM

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Conversation from the independent Start Experiment site, FrankenSTART.com.

Something awesome happened when bestselling business author Jon Acuff built a private Facebook group for his raving fans, 3,000+ people who'd fallen in love with his book START: Punch Fear in the Face, Escape Average...

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Remembering Rwanda on Good Friday

(4) Comments | Posted April 6, 2012 | 11:29 AM

If there is anything terrible enough to remind me of the sorrowful day that Jesus died, it is the living hell that descended on Rwanda during the 1994 genocide.

Good Friday falls on April 6 this year, a day that also marks the beginning of the Rwandan genocide. Eighteen years...

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