Kenji Kuramitsu is a writer and Master of Divinity student living in Chicago, IL. He is a queer fifth-generation Japanese American, and serves on the board of the Reformation Project and the Japanese American Citizens League.
Kenji believes that our worship and our prayers and our way of living are all intimately intertwined: what we do in our prayer affects our beliefs, which in turn affects our very way of being in the world. Praying shapes believing shapes living as faithful Christians in a world torn apart by social ills.
His new book, “A Booklet of Uncommon Prayer” explores this idea as a collection of collects for the Black Lives Matter movement and beyond. It is available from Evangelicals for Social Action: evangelicalsforsocialaction.
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