Steven Garber is Scholar-in-Residence for The Evermay Project, located in an historic home in Georgetown, a place committed to “connecting conversations with consequences, learning with life, Washington with the world.” The author of The Fabric of Faithfulness: Weaving Together Belief and Behavior During the University Years, for 15 years he was a member of the faculty of the American Studies Program on Capitol Hill, and served for several years as the Scholar-in-Residence for the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. He writes and speaks widely on the relation of popular culture to political culture, and has a great interest in the arts, the moral imagination, and cultural responsibility. In addition, he serves as Senior Fellow for both The C.S. Lewis Institute, and The Clapham Institute. A native of the great valleys of Colorado and California, he lives in Virginia with his wife Meg, their five children, and a number of chickens. They are members of The Falls Church where for many years he has taught a class, Visions of Christian Spirituality.