Alycia Wood is an itinerant speaker with RZIM. She graduated from Roberts Wesleyan College with a degree in criminal justice and sociology and from Marygrove College with a master in social justice. She also graduated from the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA) and spent two years as an OCCA fellow with RZIM in New England. Alycia has addressed major issues surrounding faith to diverse audiences, whether at major universities or men’s and women’s prisons.
Additionally, she has traveled to countries such as Haiti, Honduras, the Dominican Republic, and Jamaica, volunteering at soup kitchens and orphanages as her passions for showing Christ extends beyond her local environment.
Alycia loves engaging with the person who finds Christianity ugly or unbelievable. She fully understands that there is confusing and misleading information about Christianity and Jesus in our societies today and she always welcomes every invitation that allows her to communicate the true message of the Bible.
She loves speaking on topics such as:
- Why Should I Believe?
- Why I'm Not an Atheist
- Where Is God in Suffering?
- Why I Am a Christian
- If God Exists, Why Isn’t He More Obvious?
- How Can Christianity Help Someone Who Is Experiencing Loneliness, Grief, and Sadness?
- Atheism and the Burden of Proof
- Why Jesus?
- Is Christianity Intolerant and Outdated?
- Does God Care about My Sex Life?
- Why Am I Here?