Abusive Churches & Gender Inequality, Academia & Gender Equality, Academia & Racial Justice, Allied Partnerships, Black Women & The Image of God, Church & Gender Inequality, Clergy Women of Color, Ethnic Equality, Ethnic Reconciliation, Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), Feminine Imagery & Language for God, Gender Equality for Women of Color, God, Women & Covenant, Rev. Tega Swann, Seminaries & Justice, Stereotyping & Women of Color, Women of Color Leadership, Women's Conferences & Equality

Dark & Lovely: Is God In It? A Reflection on the 2018 Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Schaff Lectures on Race, Gender and the Imago Dei

"The Shunamite woman stands in the canon and reminds us of both the age-old struggle to suppress Black women and other women of color and the righteous resistance such women must put forth: dark am I, and lovely. Our blackness is not an apology. It is a declaration that we are made in God's image." -Rev. Tega Swann

Academia & Gender Equality, Academia & Racial Justice, CBE-Voices of Color, Ethnic Equality, Evangelical Theological Society (ETS), Gender Equality for Women of Color, Haley Gabrielle, Race & Equity in America, The Holy Spirit & Equality

Reflections on the 2017 Evangelical Theological Society Conference by Haley Gabrielle

"Having even just one woman or person of color speaking on a panel or within a group of papers can have a big impact on the tenor of the conversation." -Haley Gabrielle

CBE-Voices of Color, Church & Gender Inequality, Ethnic Equality, Ethnic Reconciliation, Gender Equality for Women of Color, Jesus & Feminism, Jhanderys Dotel-Vellenga, The Holy Spirit & Equality

The Holy Spirit, Women & Gender Equality

"One of the greatest discoveries in my ministry, was that the Holy Spirit does not live in a specific place or person; but everywhere and in everyone created by God’s inclusive, all-encompassing and unconditional love..." -Jhanderys Dotel-Vellenga

Black Women & The Image of God, Ethnic Equality, Ethnic Reconciliation, Gender Equality for Women of Color, Kingdom Living, Rev. Tega Swann

A Face Like Mine

"Representation matters. People need to look up and see others like them at the table. People who can understand and relate to them." -Rev. Tega Swann