BTSF in chronological order (most recent articles appear first):


With love, Katelin
Katelin is the editor of By Their Strange Fruit, as well as the Director of Experiential Learning and Minister of Music at UM Church and Community Development for All People, a mulit-race, multi-class congregation in Columbus, OH.  She is available for speaking engagements and training workshops to facilitate discussion on a variety of topics related to reconciliation and justice in the Church including: 

  • Is God "Colorblind"? Christian Theology in Combating Racism
  • From Awareness to Action: Next Steps for Racial Justice
  • Multicultural Worship Music: What, Why, & How 
  • The Biblical Foundation for Diverse Leadership
  • Modern Racism in a "Post-racial" world
  • Science and Faith: Friends or Foes?

If you are interested having Katelin speak at your campus group, 
conference, or church contact:

Upcoming Events

October 8, 2016
Environmental Justice and the Church
United Methodist Women, Capital Area South; Grove City, OH

January 18, 2017
The Divine Economy of Abundance
MennoNerds Webcase Intereview

February 4, 2017
United Methodist Community Ministries 
Capital Area Leadership Training Day
Grove City UMC; Grove City, OH

February 21, 2017
I Once was Colorblind, But Now I See
Vital Conversations, General Commission on Religion and Race

May 27, 2017
Asset Based Community Development
Washington District of the Western Pennsylvania Annual Conference

October 21-23, 2017
Multicultural Worship Music: What, Why, & How
Church for All People; Columbus, OH
               **Get $25 off registration with code 'BTSF'**
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