Grace Fox grew up in Alberta, but she's made her home in places such as rural Nepal, urban U.S.A. and coastal British Columbia. Today she lives near Vancouver, B.C. with her husband of 35 years. She's the mother of three grown children, grandma of six, and a Gold Wing motorcycle enthusiast.
Grace has written eight books, has stories in five compilations, and has published hundreds of articles in magazines including "Focus on the Family," "Insights," and "Today's Christian Woman." Her small group study, "Moving from Fear to Freedom: A Woman-to-Woman Conversation" won the 2012 Selah Award for Honorable Mention in Excellence in Bible Studies. She's also a regular contributor to Guideposts' "Mornings With Jesus" annual 365-day devotionals.
Fox is a popular speaker at corporate and women's events worldwide, and the national co-director of International Messengers Canada, an interdenominational ministry that offers creative short-term and career service opportunities in more than 20 countries. She and her husband train and lead short-term ministry teams to the post-Communist bloc countries every summer.