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#1 slide: date and tattoos
● she was born on April 22, 1969 and she’s still alive
● her arms are covered in tattoos, but they’re actually Bible-themed tattoos
○ on one arm she has scenes from the lives of Mary Magdalene and Lazarus
○ on the other arm she symbols of the liturgical year Historical Info
● She had a really harsh religious upbringing and she always wanted to rebel against her family’s fundamentalist Christianity
● In her teens, she started drinking and doing drugs → alcohol addiction
● later in her life, she decided to work as a stand-up comedian because many people thought she had a very dry and sarcastic sense of humor
● However, one day, her close friends committed suicide and she knew him from the comedy club where she worked.
● She was called to lead a funeral for him, which was held at the comedy club, and she said the community who gathered was packed with queers, nonbelievers, recovering alcoholics, and people who usually felt disconnected from mainstream religion.
● This was the moment she looked and realized that these were her people, but she knew that they didn’t have a pastor or anyone to lead them because they were considered society’s outsiders
● So that’s what she did, she became a pastor to her people; in 2008, she was ordained ● She knew that this was her calling because she saw God among them and she realized that Jesus would have probably surrounded himself with those people since he did hang out with outsiders
● she created a new brand of church where she reinvented and redefined what church is, but she kept a deep reverence for tradition

● Nadia started a new brand of church called House for All Sinners and Saints and its mission is to minister to outsiders
● she created this church for people who are sick of being belittled as not
Christian enough, or have been or felt rejected by the traditional and conservative sects of Christianity
● her house is very pro-participation, so she doesn’t lead the mass herself, some parishioners do some of the readings and produce the music during the service
● she is known for having the courage to hear the hard things and say the hard things, she’s known for being painfully honest
● My job is to point to Christ and to preach the Gospel and to remind people that they're absolutely loved ... and all of their mess-ups are not more powerful than
God's mercy.
● she also recently published a book, which is a New York Times best-seller called
Accidental Saints:
Finding God in All the Wrong People
● the main question is asks is: What if that person you’ve been trying to aovi is your best shot at grace today?
● In
Accidental Saints, she talks about how God keeps showing up in the least likely of people, so because of that she lives and worships alongside these
“accidental saints.” She believes that through these people she encounters a different kind of grace that transforms her in ways she couldn’t have done on her own. So because of all these accidental encounters, she believes in a sort of spirituality through accident rather than through intention.
Pictures
● these pictures are just of her preaching and healing disaffected people who need her grace Quote
● Nowadays, it’s really hard for people to love and accept themselves for who they are and who they were born to be. We thought that is was really courageous for
Nadia to be able to do both these things and to be able to create a new church to welcome people like her. Also, she’s been criticized multiple times, but she still had the courage to ignore the criticizers and continue on with her calling.

● “Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear.”
● We thought that this quote was relevant because like we said despite the multiple criticisms that Nadia received, she decided to go on with her calling and continue on preaching to society’s outsiders because she knows that God is more more important than anything, so not even fear the fear of failing should stop her from accepting and loving herself and ministering to the outsiders. Activity
● for the activity, if you can please turn to a partner or someone nearby and answer the following questions. How do you define courage? What was your most courageous moment?
● Intentions, prayer

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