God spoke to you by so many voices, but you would not hear.
— James Joyce

In the 10th chapter of John's Gospel, Jesus makes it clear that he had "other sheep that do not belong to this fold..." Below, are fellow dissenters and "black sheep" who have been kind enough to submit their voices to the masses.

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Austin Maynor

Austin is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity degree at Duke University. He is particularly interested in spiritual direction, interfaith relations, preaching, and the intersection between religion and literature. Austin is seeking ordination through the Alliance of Baptists.

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Kenley Stewart

Kenly is a 2nd year student at Wake Forest School of Divinity pursing his Masters in Divinity. He completed his undergraduate degree at Campbell University and graduated in 2017 with a B.A. in History with a Minor in Religion. After completing his current degree at Wake Div, he hopes to further his education and pursue doctoral studies. His academic interests include American history, politics/foreign policy, and religion. His hobbies include visiting historic sites, watching movies, and reading/collecting way too many books. 

READ KENLY HERE. 

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Shakeisha Holton Gray

Shakeisha is a 2018 Wake Forest University Divinity School graduate and is a candidate minister with the Unitarian Universalist Association. She is an advocate for autoimmune disease awareness, food insecurity, and access to the arts. She and her husband Jason have three sons and dream of owning their own farm soon. Shakeisha has been accepted into Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and FaithHealth's chaplaincy residency program for the 2018-2019 academic year.  When not in school or at work, she naps and writes at SimplyShakeisha.com

READ SHAKEISHA HERE.

 
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Rev. Emily Davis

Emily is a 2018 Wake Forest University School of Divinity graduate and is ordained in the Baptist church. She enjoys spending time with her wonderful family and friends, and plans to pursue congregational youth ministry upon graduation in May of 2018. 

READ EMILY HERE.