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Turman-Bryant, Elizabeth

As a child of missionaries, Elizabeth spent her first 18 years outside the US and intimately knows what it feels like to be an outsider. After graduating from Regent College with a masters in theology, she worked at Tierra Nueva Ministry in Burlington, WA as a community organizer/jail chaplain/pastoral advocate for marginalized women. Since leaving full time ministry, she has channeled her energy into writing on hospitality and bridge building within the broader and polarized church. Elizabeth and her husband Nick are a part of a Christian intentional community in Portland, Oregon. Elizabeth is currently serving on the leadership team for the Nurturing Communities Network which is a support network for Christian intentional communities around North America.

Recordings

Radical Hospitality for the Rest of Us

Presenter: Turman-Bryant, Elizabeth / 2019

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