About once a month we have a guest speaker who is a faith leader that is also a person of color and/or queer, who speaks on a text that resonates with them in perhaps a different way than what has been traditionally taught down through the years. This month, we have Native theologian Dr. Kelly Sherman-Conroy, She has a passion for social justice, racial reparations, healing, and storytelling that has been felt across the globe. As the very first Native Woman Theologian with a P.hD. in the ELCA, she passionately pursues her calling to challenge the traditional conventions of theology, with a unique approach to Lakota Spirituality and how it can inform Christianity and instill healing.
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