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So here I am. My name is Dori and I’m sticking with the women.

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Dori Gorman is the co-founder and co-pastor of NewStory Church, a Stadia-partner church on the north side of Chicago, Illinois. She holds a BA from Baylor University, and a Masters of Divinity from Emmanuel Christian Seminary at Milligan College. She is gifted as a shepherd-prophet, with a passion for preaching, discipleship, and coming alongside the forgotten. Dori has pioneered several initiatives in Chicago, including a fundraising organization for Swift Elementary School and an after-school club for middle school students. This article is taken from the prologue of her new bookAnonymous: Naming the God of Esther and the Women Who Plant Churches.

April24, 2017 at 8:00 AM

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