No “armchair explorer” – Sheri D. Kling has plunged head first into her life, embracing varied experience. After spending many years in the corporate marketing world where she managed a creative services team, produced customer conferences and selected keynote speakers, she took a leap of faith to embark on a career as a performing songwriter, created a record label and production company, and released three music CDs and a book of essays.
In 2009, a greater leap presented itself, and she took the plunge again, this time to enter graduate studies in theology and religion. As a doctoral student at Claremont School of Theology, her research is based on weaving together threads from spirituality, psychology, theology, and interreligious studies to create a rich tapestry of resources for human transformation.
We all know words can be inspiring. But by adding music to her presentations, Sheri can “strike a chord” at a much deeper level – the “soulular” level.
Sheri is available for presentations, sermons, conferences, and facilitated workshops and retreats on such themes as:
- Transformative theologies and practices
- Dream work as a spiritual practice
- Process thought and a transforming faith
- Finding God in the Dark: Dreams and Suffering in the Book of Job
Sheri has addressed civic groups, communities of faith, corporate audiences, customer conferences, leadership teams and other gatherings of people who are seeking collective and individual inspiration.