Rev. Libby Grammer is an ordained minister in the moderate Baptist tradition serving as Interim Minister of Christian Education & Spiritual Formation at River Road Church, Baptist in Richmond, Virginia. She is interested in the intersection of faith & public policy, pastoral ministry, and continuing her research in the field of ethics and justice. Her new book: Privilege, Risk, and Solidarity: Understanding Undocumented Immigration through Christian Feminist Ethics (working title) will be published mid-2017 with Wipf & Stock Publishers.

She is currently pursuing a Doctor of Ministry degree with a focus in Justice & Peacemaking at McAfee School of Theology (Mercer University) while continuing her work in ministry. She completed a Master of Arts in Theology, Ethics, and Culture at the University of Virginia Department of Religious Studies with a focus in Christian feminist social ethics in 2015. Her MA thesis is entitled “Privilege, Risk, and Solidarity: How Christian Feminist Ethics Speaks to the Issue of Undocumented Immigration.”

She earned a Master of Divinity degree at McAfee School of Theology in Atlanta, Georgia in December 2010, with a concentration in Academic Research. Her M.Div. thesis is titled “The Baptist Response to Undocumented Immigration” and explores through scriptural exegesis, church history, and legal analysis how Baptists can best think about, teach about, and react publicly to this polarizing issue.

Other prominent areas of interest for Rev. Grammer are Christian feminist approaches to the following issues: the role of women in church/religious leadership and creation care.

Rev. Grammer earned her B.A. in Spanish from Shorter College, summa cum laude, in May 2007, with minors in Religion and English. As a member of the Academy of Aristaeus honors program, Rev. Grammer presented a senior thesis entitled, “Spanglish: Una Mezcla Positiva for the 21st Century?” She is a member of Alpha Chi honors society.

In addition to her work at RRCB, she also has been/continues to be employed as an Immigration Paralegal at Baker Donelson Bearman Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC (since 2007). Prior to this employment, she was employed as a writing tutor at Mercer University in 2010 and a tutor in writing, Spanish, and religion at Shorter College from 2005-2007.

Per my employers: The opinions expressed here are the personal opinions of Libby Grammer and do not constitute legal advice. Content published here is not reviewed or approved by Baker Donelson or River Road Church, Baptist before it is posted and does not necessarily represent the views and opinions of Baker Donelson or River Road Church, Baptist. Libby Grammer is expressing personal opinions and not legal opinions and her employers disclaim any and all legal responsibility and liability for her personal comments posted on this site.


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