Born in Manhattan to Nigerian parents, Enuma Okoro is a writer, speaker and creative consultant. Her work focuses on how the intersecting currents of culture, the arts and narrative shape individual and collective perceptions and identities. She has published four books, and her articles, essays and photography have been featured in The New York Times, The Atlantic and many other media outlets. She is a 2003 graduate of Duke Divinity School.
Making a living as a writer is choosing to struggle with the tension of being called, having that call affirmed as ministry and discerning the particulars of that ministry, says the author of the memoir “Reluctant Pilgrim.”
A new church start in the suburbs is a perfect place for the beautiful and disruptive rhythms of sacramental life.