Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Episode 67 Kat Armas on An Abuelita Faith: Transformational Lessons from the Margins of Scripture and Society

Kat Armas shares from her deep knowledge of Scripture and culture as we discuss her new book Abuelita Faith: What Women on the Margins Teach Us about Wisdom, Persistence, and Strength (Releases Aug 10, 2021) 


Kat Armas (M.Div and MAT, Fuller Theological Seminary), a Cuban-American writer and speaker, hosts The Protagonistas podcast, where she highlights the stories of everyday women of color, including writers, pastors, church leaders, and theologians. She has written for Christianity Today, Sojourners, Relevant, Christians for Biblical Equality, Fuller Youth Institute, Fathom Magazine, and Missio Alliance. Armas also works on the “Living A Better Story” project at Fuller Youth Institute and speaks regularly at conferences on race and justice.

Buy Kat’s new book Abuelita Faith: What Women on the Margins Teach Us about Wisdom, Persistence, and Strength 

Connecting with Kat:


The Protagonists Podcast:

Twitter @kat_armas


Books Recommended by Kat:

Robin Wall Kimmerer, Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants

Barbara Taylor Brown Preaching Life 

Ada Maria Isasi-Diza  Mujerista Theology 

Connect with Brian Russell:

Information about Brian’s Fall 2021 book Centering Prayer: How Sitting Quietly in God’s Presence Can Change Your Life or preorder: 

Twitter: @briandrussell

Instagram: @yourprofessorforlife

Coaching for Pastors:

Business and Life Coaching: 

Brian Russell’s Book on the Missional Interpretation of Scripture:

(Re)Aligning with God: Reading Scripture for Church and World

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