Enuma Okoro is a first generation American raised in the United States, Africa and England. She received her Master of Divinity degree from Duke Divinity School where she directs the Center for Theological Writing and serves as a spiritual formation leader for Duke seminarians. She is interested in the role of the arts in spiritual formation and theological education and leads workshops and retreats on such topics as Theology & Poetry, The Arts as a Mirror for the Divine, Writing as a Spiritual Practice, and Engaging the Spiritual Disciplines for Discernment.
Even art devoid of intentional Christian imagery can have spiritually transformative effects.
Interracial relationships have their challenges. But what might surprise people is that these shared challenges and differences can be transformative gifts.
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