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Just because life is messy doesn’t mean God doesn’t sit with us in the center of the pain - or that Jesus hasn’t interrupted our lives for his purpose.
The Color of Life:
The power of love helped Cara see color - and her life will never be the same. Enter into conversations of race and justice, for we are the imago Dei.
October 7: Pangea Church, Seattle, WA
November 25: Open Door, Walnut Creek, CA
December 4: First Covenant Church of Oakland Mom’s Group, Oakland, CA
March 2: Our Savior’s Lutheran Church Women’s Retreat, Lafayette, CA
Need a speaker for your next event?
She’s funny and she’s animated, but most of all she’s a truth teller who yearns to bring people closer to the God of justice, peace and love. A Former high school English teacher and Young Life area director, Cara holds a Masters of Theology (Fuller Seminary) and is now a writer and speaker. Her first book, The Color of Life, releases with Zondervan in 2019.
With nearly twenty years’ professional speaking experience to over two hundred unique audiences, Cara speaks to a wide range of people but especially loves filling the pulpit on a Sunday morning or sharing her heart over the weekend at a family camp. An Episcopalian with Evangelical roots, she’d love to deliver a short, ten-minute homily or a longer, forty-minute sermon. You do you, Church!
Want to see Cara in action?
What kind of audience will connect?
Cara speaks to…
Corporate Audiences, mostly around themes of creativity and bravery.
Women’s and Mother’s Groups, around the idea of finding Beauty in the most unlikely of places.
Middle School, High School and College Students, around issues of identity – Who am I? Who are my friends? Where am I going?
Non-Profit and Other Faith-Based Organizations interested in entering into conversations of race and justice. Note: As a white woman and through her work with Freedom Road, Cara is committed to elevating the voices of men and women of color. In that way, she will gladly help lead your group in this arena by helping identify points of privilege, but when it comes to conversations of race, she desires for presentations to happen alongside a person of color.
Church Gatherings, Conferences and Retreats, as stated above.
Book Readings, after The Color of Life releases in February 2019.
Here’s the bottom line: if your group needs to hear from a woman whose soul seeks justice, especially when it comes to conversations of recognizing privilege and loosening bonds of oppression, and whose heart wants to encourage the living daylights out of your audience because we’re all just humans after all, reach out to Cara today.