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Jennifer Woodruff Tait

Editorial Coordinator
De Pree Center

Adjunct Faculty
Asbury Theological Seminary

Biography

Jennifer Woodruff Tait (PhD, Duke University) is the editor of and frequent contributor to Life for Leaders. She is also the managing editor of the Christian History Institute and an editor of The High Calling. She is a priest in the Episcopal Church and an adjunct faculty member at Asbury Theological Seminary. She has written a book of poetry, The Histories of Us. Jennifer lives in Richmond, Kentucky, with her husband, Edwin, and their two daughters.

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A butterfly on pink flowers in a field

A Living Sacrifice

By: Jennifer Woodruff Tait

We will learn that each of us has a calling and that no calling within the body of Christ should be given pride over any other calling.

A mid-20th century photo showing a Black man drinking from a segregated drinking fountain

Go Down, Moses

By: Jennifer Woodruff Tait

The Exodus story forms the way so many of us tell of our own journey from enslavement to sin through a wilderness of struggle to the Promised Land of a relationship with Christ.

Rainbow stained glass at the Waterloo Region Museum, Kitchener, Canada

God’s Redeemed People #1: All Those Things You Saw in Your Pajamas

A boat in the middle of a choppy lake

God’s Redeemed People #2: Lord, Save Me