Get To Know Sheila
Some of her choices may seem courageous, but Sheila Qualls wouldn’t describe herself that way. Being obedient to God makes you appear brave even when you’re afraid.
She and her husband have relocated nine times in 20 years, raised and home schooled five children, and campaigned for public office. Now Sheila is a reporter for Alpha News. Alpha News is Minnesota’s largest conservative news outlet. She covers hard hitting issues impacting education in Minnesota and has extensively reported on the dangers of Critical Race Theory, gender ideology, and poor academic performance plaguing Minnesota schools.
She is also Executive Director of TakeCharge and editor of The Washington Perspective, a TakeCharge publication.
Sheila was an award-winning journalist and former civilian editor of an Army newspaper. Most recently, she was a Christian Marriage and Family columnist at Patheos.com and a personal coach. She blogged as the Not So Excellent Wife and addressed issues of faith and family. Her work has been published in the Star Tribune, the Christian Post, MOPS blog, Scary Mommy, the Power of Moms, The Upper Room, and Grown and Flown.
Sheila holds a Masters Degree in Human Communication Theory. She and her husband live in Medina with their Black Lab, Largo.
Racial Reconciliation in Black and White Understanding and overcoming barriers
No laws have been changed. Segregation no longer exists. Yet race relations in America seem to be deteriorating, not getting better. Significant disparities in the black communitiy still exist and leaders struggle to understand why.
Sheila will explain the origins of the disparities in the black community and why racial reconciliation can only be achieved in and through God’s word.
This breakout session will guide you in understanding:
- The origins of the disparities in the black community
- Why the way the world addresses the “problem” will never work
- What God says about racial reconciliation
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