Tracey currently serves as the Worship and Teaching Pastor at Christ Church of Oak Brook where she has served for over a decade. She leads the team of creative artists and musicians who help shape the weekend worship experience in a large, multi-venue congregation. In addition to shaping worship, she also serves in a pastoral role a  mentor, pastor, shepherd and preacher for those in their faith family. In previous roles, she has coached and served large and small staff teams in camp and Student Ministry settings as well as led a robust women's ministry.

Tracey has authored four books, her most recent an IVP release focused on faith formation for women and girls (co-authored with Adele Calhoun -- The Spiritual Disciplines Handbook). The project is called, True You: Moving Beyond Self-Doubt and Using Your Voice. Her previous projects include the theme book for MOPS International (2012) and a faith-based environmental project titled called, Green Mama (Zondervan 2010).

In October of 2012, Christianity Today noted Tracey as one of “50 Women to Watch, Those Most Shaping the Church and Culture.” Her work freelance work has appeared in dozens of resources. She currently serves on the Board of Directors at Denver Seminary. She is a proud Iowa Hawkeye, graduating from University of Iowa (BA in History and Political Science) and from Denver Seminary (MDIV). She is the mother of three school aged children and is married Joel.

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Designed to take you deeper with God on your own or with a group of sisters, journey alongside experienced ministers Adele Ahlberg Calhoun and Tracey Bianchi into some of the places where women struggle—no matter what their age or life-stage. Personal resources like journaling questions and a small group guide help women support each other on the way. These pages offer a reminder that there is a beloved, "true you" waiting to be known in each of us and that a world in need awaits the unique stories that each of us were made to tell. Will you use your voice?