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The Head Covering Movement Team

Jeremy Gardiner

Jeremy Gardiner | Founder

Jeremy is the founder of the Head Covering Movement and the author of Head Covering: A Forgotten Christian Practice for Modern Times. He lives in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and is a member of Fellowship Baptist Church. He is a husband to Amanda and father to four young children. Jeremy is also the founder and operator of Gospel eBooks, a popular website that provides alerts for free and discounted Christian e-books.

To book Jeremy to speak at your church or event visit this page.


Amanda Gardiner Team

Amanda Gardiner | Pinterest Manager

Amanda is married to Jeremy, the founder of the Head Covering Movement. She’s the proud mama of four little chickens (two chickadee girls and two rooster boys). She is passionate about biblical manhood and womanhood and the importance of headcoverings in maintaining that belief in our fallen world. She’s a health nut, singer, homeschool teacher and sells Norwex on the side :) On any given day you might catch her watching Magic School Bus with her chickens, baking some kind of healthy treat or leaving the library with two more bags of books.

You can read Amanda’s head covering testimony here.


Jessica Roldan

Jessica Roldan | Prayer Coordinator

Jessica is a wife, and a mother of six children. She lives in central Arizona where she is at home most of the time busy with homeschooling, and can often be found reading books out loud to her children, organizing, or cooking Mexican food. She has been covering since November of 2012, and hopes for a renewal of commitment by the church to this important biblical practice. Her favorite styles are the triangular scarf and the infinity scarf.

You can read Jessica’s blog here.


Kinuko F.

Kinuko F. | Prayer Coordinator & Japanese Translator

Kinuko is a housewife, a learner and a dreamer. Born in a Buddhist family in Japan, she was found and saved by Jesus Christ while she was studying in Korea. Through her failure in the church as a preacher, God started to open her eyes to the beauty of creation order of man and woman. Since 2005, she and her husband have been serving among refugees in Greece as missionaries. Jessica (USA) and Caroline (France) are her close friends. Her life-long prayer is: Let me burn out for God! (by Henry Martyn)

You can read Kinuko’s blog here.



Caroline M. | French Translator

Caroline lives in France with her family. She is the author of the French blog “La femme modeste” that promotes modesty and encourages women to be refreshed by the Bible in the way they dress. Her new mission is to make the Head Covering Movement contents available in French. Caroline is a former circus teacher and she loves Swiss chocolate!

You can read Caroline’s head covering testimony here.


Elaine Mingus

Elaine Mingus | Regular Contributor (Writing)

Elaine Mingus always knew that some day she’d be a real writer. After graduating from the University of Texas with a degree in journalism, she imagined herself walking up and down the streets of New York but instead found herself walking up and down the stairs of a house in the suburbs of Austin, Texas chasing six children. Today, she writes on the side, happily pimps a white picketed-fence and a minivan but still dreams of New York. She blogs regularly at Radical Christian Woman.


If you would like to put your gifts and talents to work to help the Head Covering Movement, send us an e-mail so we can get to know you better.
  • Amy Unruh

    I’m glad you added this page. I few days ago, I ran into an article condemning head covering, and in particular, the Head Covering Movement website and you, Jeremy. Many of these women were sarcastic, hateful, and disrespectful to men. The author’s tone seemed genuine at first and actually in support of head covering, but there was just enough in her tone of writing that indicated sarcasm and facetiousness, and at least one comment (I couldn’t continue to read) said that “of course the Head Covering Movement site is run by a man” (paraphrased). I like to see articles or quotes from women as well as men. They don’t seem oppressive to women when other women are in support.

  • Updated Dec 1/15: Elaine Mingus has been added to the team as a regular contributor in writing. Expect to hear from her monthly.

  • mythbuster

    For me as a man it’s disgusting that a man proposes headcovering for women. Why not to let everyone to dress as they want to? What if women establish a “compulsory military service for men in Canada movement”?
    It’s pretty weird that Christianity for some people is about telling other people what to do and what not to do, instead of themselves trying to be better persons. “I as a heterosexual man tell women to wear headcovering and I as a heterosexual man tell gays not to marry someone from the same sex”.
    You guys really think that if God exists then he cares about what you wear?

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