By Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza.
In her keynote address at the 2017 Women in Ministry Conference at Princeton University, Dr. Katie Cannon shared with the audience that she had on July 18, 2016, a “widow-maker” heart attack but—as she said—”kicked [her]self back to life.” The last time I saw her, she shared and we reflected on this experience. At the time, I was just glad as her friend that she did so; today, I am convinced that she “kicked herself back to life” in order to fulfill her long-standing dream of launching the Center for Womanist Leadership.
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