My name is Jacqueline Otto Isaacs, married to Jason.

My speciality is content marketing, which I currently do with my company, Bellwether Communications. If you want to talk shop, feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn.

Here, and on social media, I’m a collector of useful information. Some of my favorite collections include good design, good books, and good food. Of course, given my work, I usually collect some good marketing tips too. If you are into any of these things, connect with me on Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and Goodreads.

I share some snippets of my collections and other related thoughts here on my blog.


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Can You Be Christian & Libertarian?

That is the question many young adults ask who hold their Christian faith tightly, but who also find themselves identifying with libertarian political philosophy.

That’s why we wrote the book, Called to Freedom: Why You Can Be Christian and Libertarian—to explore and expand the case that one can be both a Christian and a libertarian.

Christians looking for political guidance should turn to “Called to Freedom” and the authors who make a powerful case for a free society.
Doug Bandow, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute

The essays collected in this volume represent a wave of fresh and welcome voices in the age-old debates over the relationship between liberty and religious faith.
Rev. Robert A. Sirico, President, Acton Institute

If you are a Christian exploring libertarian thought, or if you feel caught between your Christian beliefs and libertarian political instincts, this book is written for you.

Buy it now on Amazon with my affiliate link.

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Speaking & Booking

Speaking & Booking

In addition to guest lecturing on marketing and communications, I often speak on topics of faith and libertarianism. Connect with me on LinkedIn to review some recordings of previous podcasts and events and to inquire about my availability.

I particularly enjoy speaking to college students and on college campuses. If you’d like to book me to speak on campus, contact Values & Capitalism and mention my name.