Allie Beth Stuckey is a young and vibrant Christian Conservative, political commentator and the author of the new best-selling book, You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love.
Stuckey was one of the key speakers on day two of the Texas Youth Summit which was held this past weekend at Grace Woodlands Church.
A strong voice for millennials and Christian women across the country, Stuckey is known for her no-nonsense approach to political analysis and for rooting her position on hot-button issues in scripture.
Her boldness is appealing to people everywhere; with many feeling like they didn’t have the resources to stand-up to critics on the Left before they started listening to Stuckey’s weekly podcast, Relatable.
Over the past few months, Stuckey has provided followers of her podcast with sound analysis of the wide range of events happening throughout the country immediately – from the unrest in response to the death of George Floyd, to the ever-changing status of the coronavirus and, of course, the 2020 Presidential Election.
When asked about the importance of being positive during this time of strong discord, Stuckey commented, “It’s hard to be positive – it seems there’s another reason every day to be pessimistic, but it’s ok to be realistic … God is Sovereign – no matter who is President, Jesus is King.”
She continued, “There’s always hope and there’s always a reason to fight. Tacit agreements with left wing revolutions have probably done more damage than the revolution actually has and it’s worth it continuing to fight and relying on truth.”
In regards to recent observations of Fox News moving toward the center, Stuckey commented, “it’s important to have a lot of voices that are unencumbered by corporate standards. There’s nothing wrong with what Fox does, but it’s important to have a lot of independent voices; a lot of people that don’t answer to a boss, that don’t have to fit a certain narrative or say certain things.”
She went on to say, “Thankfully in the conservative world, we have a lot of independent media figures, podcast hosts and influencers – but it’s important for those outside of the corporate structure to be bold, be brave and to say the things that you can while you can that won’t get you de-platformed.”
She also agreed that supporting the independent voices and platforms like BlazeTV are essential in reaching first time voters and sharing conservative opinions with younger generations.