Kent Krueger interview
Thank you to everyone who attended my interview with author Kent Krueger, either in person or on Zoom!
September 26, 2021
Thank you to everyone who attended my interview with author Kent Krueger, either in person or on Zoom! It was a delightful conversation and we learned a lot about his writing process, why he included different topics in the book and his thoughts about his own faith journey. I enjoyed hearing about his mother’s musically talent and how the power of music was woven through both Ordinary Grace and This Tender Land. His own faith journey is nurtured by spending time in God’s creation and advocating for those on the margins, like the children at Lincoln boarding school, those who worked with Sister Eve, or lived in Hooverville or the West Side Flats. We are grateful for that Kent shared his gift of words and storytelling with us!
Kent has waved his speaking fee for us, but asks us to make a donation to the An Dah Yung Center in St. Paul, Minnesota. “An dah Yung” means our home in Ojibwe. This organization provides all kinds of support and resources to Native American youth and families in the Twin Cities area, and Krueger has long been a supporter of its important work. Click here for a link to An Dah Yung's web site for more information.
You can make your designated donation through church by clicking here, under Fund, click OBOC.
If you would like to receive the recording of this class, please email Janice Mack at
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