Coming in a Good Way: A Decolonizing Posture


The manner of Jesus’ coming was just as radical as his message. Join us for a consideration of how Indigenous people and others outside the cultural majority contribute to our understanding of how we carry the gospel. This is especially urgent when we think of missions to people whose lands were colonized or whose cultures have been marginalized

: December 29, 1:45 pm
: Sagamore 6-7
Tim Webster

Tim Webster is an enrolled member of the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin, where he lives with his wife and children. After studying physics at Lawrence University, he went to seminary at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and, with some overlap with church work, began serving as a campus minister with InterVarsity. He currently works in the Native InterVarsity Department. 

Wendy Quay

Wendy Quay serves as the Vocational Discipleship Specialist in InterVarsity’s Pacific Region. She was born in Malaysia and grew up in Melbourne, Australia. She practiced law in Melbourne for several years before studying theology at Oxford University, the University of Aberdeen, and more recently at the Akrofi-Christaller Institute in Ghana. She loves helping students and faculty articulate the connections between our Christian faith and all of life, and she seeks to do this wherever she goes. 

Rashawn Ramone

Rashawn Ramone is an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation, from the Eastern Agency. He serves with InterVarsity as Area Director of the Four Corners Area. He enjoys being outdoors, running, and helping with projects back on the reservation or in ministry.