Lindsay L. O’Connor



I believe that all good and holy work begins with becoming more firmly rooted in our identity as beloved children of God. When we begin to get flashes of understanding of how lavishly we are loved, we can start to imagine what it might look like to extend that same love and grace to others and to all of creation.

If the saying, “Hurting people hurt people” is true, so too is the idea that healed people heal the world. In the words of William Blake, “…we are put on this earth a little space that we might learn to bear the beams of love.” May we enter into the hard and holy work of healing so that we might be agents of healing in a hurting world.

As much as my introverted self wishes this were not the case, healing is a communal phenomenon as we work together to dismantle oppressive systems, standing in solidarity with the most marginalized among us. Together, let’s envision a world in which all people and communities can flourish. As one of my favorite activists, Andre Henry, says, “A new world is possible. It doesn’t have to be this way.”

It’s my joy and honor to companion you on this journey, just as you are. There is room for our doubts and imperfections as we fumble our way through reconciliation with ourselves, one another, our communities, and our God.  Grace upon grace for us all. You are so loved.

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Lindsay L. O’Connor

Lindsay is a reader, writer, and wannabe contemplative who is passionate about cultivating spaces for the hard and holy work of healing in relationship to God, self, and others, for the flourishing of all people and communities. Through her reading and writing, she explores faith, justice, the Enneagram, and mental health. She is a teacher, speaker, and small group facilitator.

Lindsay has a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education and a Master’s degree in Education from TCU. She was an elementary school teacher before becoming a stay-at-home-mom and now works part-time. She is at the beginning of her seminary journey as a student at Fuller Theological Seminary in pursuit of a Certificate of Christian Studies.

Lindsay lives in the Dallas area with her husband and two daughters, ages 6 and 10. She currently works part-time at Life in the Trinity Ministry, a nonprofit ministry founded by Enneagram teacher Suzanne Stabile and her husband, Reverend Joseph Stabile. She has lead groups through Suzanne Stabile’s Enneagram Journey curriculum and has taught small groups about the Enneagram at an introductory level. 

Lindsay’s antiracism journey has been greatly impacted by her involvement in an organization called Be the Bridge, which exists to increase awareness of and responsiveness to racial brokenness and systemic injustice. Over the past several years, she has co-led two multiracial Be the Bridge groups and facilitated two groups through Be the Bridge’s introductory curriculum for white people interested in antiracism.

Lindsay believes that owning our belovedness is crucial in order to be reconciled to one another.

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