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Wilma Faye Mathis

Wilma Faye Mathis holds an MDiv, an MA in urban ministry, a graduate certificate in Christian studies, as well as a DMin. Her dissertation is to publish as Jesus Among the Homeless: Strategies for Bringing the Gospel to Women in the Urban Context through Transformational Journaling in the House of Prisca and Aquila series. She is a desktop publishing entrepreneur and now works as a senior project manager at a community health center in Boston, Massachusetts, while she conducts her own community ministry to homeless women and her personal ministry to moms and other women (Mom2Mom). She serves as an Athanasian Teaching Scholar in Dr. William David Spencer’s systematic theology courses at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary’s Boston Campus (CUME). She has written the afterword for An Artistic Tribute to Harriet Tubman and contributed to The Commission: Finding A Better Way, Black Girl Cry: What Black Women Need to Know to Amplify Their Voices, and When Women Speak: An Anthology Encouraging Women. She is also the author of “God’s Masterpiece,” featured in the award-winning Africanus Journal 13:1 (April 2021).