April 15, 2015: Christian Post: Evangelical Churches Are Failing to Teach Kids How to Defend the Bible's Truth Against Christian Left Theology, Says 'Distorted' Author Chelsen Vicari
Evangelical churches need to focus more on preaching biblical truth in order to prepare children to defend historic Christian teachings on social issues like same-sex marriage and abortion from the "distorted" theology being propagated by the Christian left, evangelical author Chelsen Vicari said Wednesday.
Sept 8, 2014: Caffienated Thoughts: Chelsen Vicari Joins the Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing Speaker Line-up
Up and coming author Chelsen Vicari joins the speaking line-up for the 1st Annual Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing, a public policy and worldview conference for conservative Christians to be held at the Airport Holiday Inn on Saturday, September 20, 2014 from 9:00a-5:00p.
Aug 12, 2014: CNM: IRD’s Chelsen Vicari to Join Christian Solidarity Trip to Israel
Evangelical Action Director Chelsen Vicari will travel to Israel August 17-22 as a part of the “Christians in Solidarity with Israel” trip, hosted by the National Source: Institute on Religion & Democracy
Oct 18, 2013: Examiner: Wright, Vicari attack Jon Stewart for hypothetical discrimination
Sandy Rios must have been visibly upset when her two co-hosts, Wendy Wright and Chelsen Vicari, managed to significantly out-crazy her on her own show.
Mar 29, 2013: Queerily: A letter to Chelsen Vicari, Online Communications Strategist for Concerned Women for America
I read with great interest yesterday the blogpost you wrote for your organisation, Concerned Women for America, in which you berated the CEO of coffee chain titan, Starbucks, for coming out in support of equal marriage and saying that if shareholders were not happy about the company's position they could sell their shares and buy new ones in a different company. I was so taken with your brave stance that I simply had to drop everything I was doing and put finger to keypad immediately to write this response.
Mar 26, 2013: Pink News: US conservative women’s group: Starbucks discriminates against straight people by supporting gay rights
The blog post by Concerned Women for America, written by its media strategist Chelsen Vicari, claims that the CEO of the coffee giant had become “extreme and intolerant”, and claimed that he was actively refusing the custom of “pro-marriage supporters"
CULTURE WATCH: Jan 14, 2013: Chelsen Vicari (Juicy Ecumenism) reported that there was an annual progressive Christian “C21″ gathering of 21 provocative speakers who sought to answer one big question: what must we do to ensure Christianity’s vibrant, lasting future? One of the speakers was identfied as an "Emergent Muslim, " Ani Zonneveld, a female Imam and founder of Muslims for Progressive Value who "proclaimed that the marginalized should be at the center of not only Christianity, but any religion that hopes to thrive in American in the coming years. Moving away from the traditional platitudes of Islam, Zonneveld’s paradigm shift included a new list of moral values and political concerns that Islam must now focus. Her list included: Freedom of speech, Universal Human Rights, Women’s Rights, LGBT Rights, Critical analysis and interpretation, Compassion, and Diversity." and "Finally, focus away from Western Christianity towards the global church would lend to Christianity’s future viability, asserted Enuma Okoro, author of Reluctant Pilgrim. “America has to acknowledge and grapple with the ways in which its unique form of Christianity must be a tad more wrapped up in culture than in faith.” I dont think there is any other way to interpret this because Christianity depends being wrapped up in faith much more than culture.
"Evangelicals have a lot of catching up to do. … I am a Sunday school teacher right now, and I will tell you that there is a lot of fluffy curriculum out there and we aren't doing a great job of [teaching] the next generation of Evangelicals, which is making us susceptible. We are not talking about the hot issues of abortion and same-sex marriage in Sunday school or in church even. There is a huge trend among evangelical pastors to talk about faith and love and never bring up truth, which is just as important." -Chelsen Vicari; April 1, 2015, at a Family Research Council discussion on her new book, Distorted: How The New Christian Left is Twisting the Gospel and Damaging Faith.