H. Rebekah Keazer is a preacher of the Gospel and a pursuer of justice and reconciliation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Princeton University and a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary, where she received the Kenyon J. Wildrick award for Excellence in Homiletics.
A lifelong student, Rebekah’s research interests lie within the field of Practical Theology, specifically Worship and Homiletics. In Worship, she seeks to understand how to create and foster diverse worshipping communities that are inclusive and celebratory of each life and culture that make up the congregation. In Homiletics, she is interested in exploring that sacred space between spiritual salvation and social righteousness. Why are social justice and holiness seen as separate realms when, in reality, they are inextricably intertwined with one another?
Rebekah is currently a Minister in Training and a first-year student at the Theological School at Drew University, where she is pursuing a Master of Arts in Theology and Ministry with a major in Music, Worship, and Arts. When she isn’t studying, working, or preparing a sermon, Rebekah pens her theological thoughts digitally at currychickenandwrites.com.
Story behind the url?
I love puns. Curry chicken and rice is a major dish where I’m from. “Writes” is a pun on the word “rice,” because I’m a writer. *Da dum tss*