Taylor earned her MDiv from Wesley Theological Seminary, her BA/MA in International Development from American University in Washington, DC, and her DTh in Missiology on the topic of Decolonizing Mission Partnerships via the University of South Africa. In 2019, her doctoral thesis was selected by the American Society of Missiology for publication in its monograph series. It is available for purchase via Wipf and Stock and other book sellers.
coaches church leaders locally and globally. She is available for consultations and happily accepts invitations to lead seminars and retreats on rethinking our approaches to helping and serving others.
“Ecclesiastic Empires: American Conflict and the UMC in Africa” in Methodism & American Empire edited by David W. Scott and Filipe Maia, Abington, 2024.
Foreword writer and co-editor of Pastors, Chiefs, and Warlords: The Ministry of Being With. Wipf and Stock, 2022.
“Decolonizing Methodist Mission Partnerships” in The Practice of Mission in Global Methodism: Emerging Trends from Everywhere to Everywhere, edited by David W. Scott and Darryl W. Stephens, Routledge Methodist Studies Series. New York: Routledge, 2021.
Decolonizing Mission Partnerships: Evolving Collaboration between United Methodists in North Katanga and the United States of America. American Society of Missiology Monograph Series. Pickwick Publications, 2020.