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Monica A. Coleman teaches a faith that liberates. She is a renowned leader in process theology and liberation theologies, Coleman speaks throughout the U.S. and international settings. In every presentation, she educates, cultivates and empowers people of faith and purpose to connect their beliefs with both their personal experiences and social action. Coleman speaks on many of the issues that religious leaders avoid: sexual and domestic violence, mental health, postmodern belief, religious diversity. She offers key insights about these issues with pragmatic solutions for individuals and communities.

speakingnAt colleges, churches, foundation meetings or leadership retreats, Coleman speaks with sincerity and depth of knowledge. She re-imagines scripture giving fresh perspectives on well-known texts to apply to today’s world. She brings life to statistics and data about violence and mental health through unforgettable thick descriptions of real life. She explains how philosophy, narrative and culture intersect to offer new models for understanding faith in today’s society. She offers exercises and practices for taking the next step forward.

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Book Monica A. Coleman to speak at your event.

Monica speaks with heart and vulnerability as she discusses some of the most challenging issues of our day. She speaks out on issues that churches and society often keep silent: mental health, sexual and domestic violence and religious diversity. In the pulpit, she offers a refreshing view of how scripture leads us to community and social action. In academic lectures, she blends her knowledge of religion, cultural studies and literature with social issues to offer new visions of faith. In every setting, she shows audiences how our faith can free us to be more and more of who and how God calls us to be.

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Book Monica A. Coleman to speak at your event.

Monica speaks with heart and vulnerability as she discusses some of the most challenging issues of our day. She speaks out on issues that churches and society often keep silent: mental health, sexual and domestic violence and religious diversity. In the pulpit, she offers a refreshing view of how scripture leads us to community and social action. In academic lectures, she blends her knowledge of religion, cultural studies and literature with social issues to offer new visions of faith. In every setting, she shows audiences how our faith can free us to be more and more of who and how God calls us to be.

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