Tessi Muskrat Rickabaugh and Cory Rickabaugh
Tessi Muskrat Rickabaugh is a graduate of Shalem Institute’s Spiritual Guidance Program and founder of The Barefoot Journey, an online community of people seeking to recognize God in the raw beauty of their story. A Native woman of Cherokee and Irish descent, Tessi delights in engaging the natural world and inviting people into interactive prayer experiences. In addition to leading women’s circles, exploring creation with her niece and nephew, and writing, Tessi provides spiritual direction in English and American Sign Language in her central Missouri home and nationally through video call platforms. Tessi’s newest adventure is life as a college student! She is currently enrolled at the University of Missouri where she is majoring in Women’s and Gender Studies and Religious Studies, exploring the role of religion as both the creator of gender-based trauma and as a form of healing. Cory is her husband, partner, co-creator of labyrinths and enabler of all her crazy adventures. An American Sign Language interpreter and member of the LDS church, Cory considers himself a bridge-builder and peacemaker.
|July 12, 2019 2:00 pm||Why Should I Walk in Circles?|