Erika Morrison is a visionary and a life artist. With a palette of ordinary elements like air and skin and laundry and the trash on her neighborhood streets, she paints bold portraits of Kingdom-come.
Readers of her blog and the collaborative websites for which she writes have watched Erika welcome beggars into family gatherings, host a dance party to fight trafficking, and adopt an entire city’s homeless population.
Erika makes her home and invests her heart in the Yale University town of New Haven, CT along with her husband Austin, their sons Gabriel, Seth, and Jude, a female pit bull named Zeppelin and a tribe of post-congregational movers, shakers and misfits.
She’s done sessions at co-working spaces, public schools, women’s church retreats, identity workshops and at the Allume conference. Erika has a book being published by Thomas Nelson in 2015.