Race, Resilience, and Writing with Rev. Donna Olivia Owusu-Ansah

January 21, 2021 00:40:25
Race, Resilience, and Writing with Rev. Donna Olivia Owusu-Ansah
Lavish Hope
Race, Resilience, and Writing with Rev. Donna Olivia Owusu-Ansah

Jan 21 2021 | 00:40:25

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Rev. Liz Testa

Show Notes

Join Rev. Liz Testa and Rev. Donna Olivia Owusu-Ansah as they discuss race and resilience, artistry, creativity and writing. Reverend Donna Olivia Owusu-Ansah is a preacher, chaplain, teacher, artist, writer, thinker, and dreamer who loves to study the Word of God, encourage others, and worship God. Currently, Rev. Owusu-Ansah works as a chaplain at Haven Hospice located at JFK Medical Center (Hackensack Meridian Health) in Edison, NJ, and is an associate minister at the New Hope Baptist Church in Metuchen, NJ. She is the author of Loves…Regardless: Forty Devotions Inspired by Womanist Creative Thought and Theology. She also writes about ministry, family, and life on her website: www.reverenddonnao.com

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