Rev. LeAnn Seto received her M.Div. from Methodist Theological School in Ohio with an academic specialization in Interreligious Contexts. Currently serving residents of an assisted living community, she is passionate about developing ways of living and worshiping together, where people who are normally marginalized are enabled to become “the indispensable weakness” in the body of Christ (1 Cor. 12:22) as co-laborers in the Kin-dom of God.

None of us wants to be disabled. Strength and power seem to come through abled bodies. The cross reveals something different. “Tending to the Margins” is her reflection space for developing the theological vision of finding communion with God and one another by owning our places of vulnerable disability each day.