Dr. Michelle Reyes is a church planter, pastor’s wife, author, speaker, and activist. She has a MA in Contemporary German-Jewish Literature, and a PhD in 18th-Century German Literature from the University of Illinois at Chicago with a focus on folklore, storytelling and narrative justice. She continues to write and speak on issues of justice, culture, faith, and identity within full-time vocational ministry. She is also the founder and editor of The Art of Taleh, a Christian collective where diverse voices can come together to thoughtfully dialogue about the details of God’s word. Her work has appeared with Christianity Today, (in)courage and Think Christian, among others. She lives in Austin, Texas with her pastor husband and two kids.
Join us for a conversation with author and activist Dr. Michelle Reyes as we discuss her journey from academia into incarnational ministry, her studies in German folklore and its relevance to her daily work, and her vision for narrative justice in the world.