Journey to Eloheh: How Indigenous Values Lead Us to Harmony and Well-Being

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About the Author
Rev. Dr. Randy S. Woodley is distinguished professor of faith and culture at Portland Seminary, Portland, Oregon. He and his wife co-sustain Eloheh Indigenous Center for Earth Justice and Eloheh Farm & Seeds in Yamhill, Oregon ( Randy is an activist/scholar, distinguished teacher, and wisdom keeper who addresses a variety of issues concerning American culture, faith/spirituality, justice, race/diversity, regenerative farming, our relationship with the earth, and Indigenous realities. His expertise has been sought in national venues such as Time magazine, HuffPost, and Christianity Today. Randy was raised near Detroit, Michigan, and is a Cherokee descendent recognized by the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians in Oklahoma. His other books include Becoming Rooted: One Hundred Days of Reconnecting with Sacred Earth, Indigenous Theology and the Western Worldview: A Decolonized Approach to Christian Doctrine, Decolonizing Evangelicalism: An 11:59pm Conversation (coauthored), and The Harmony Tree: A Story of Healing and Community.

Edith Woodley is the cofounder and co-sustainer of Eloheh Indigenous Center for Earth Justice and Eloheh Farm & Seeds. She was raised on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming and is a member of the Eastern Shoshone tribe. Woodley has a degree from Bacone College and mentors others in the spirituality of the land, farming methods, and seed-keeping. She is a leader in the Decolonizing with Badass Indigenous Grandmas cohort. She and her husband, Randy Woodley, have four grown children and six grandchildren.