As editor for Judson Press, the Rev. Dr. Cheryl L. Price encourages authors, readers and listeners to create and share God’s Word through multiple voices and perspectives. She says she is invested in the work because she wants to make a positive difference and transform communities through Christ.
As an author herself, Price is proficient at interacting with other authors and drawing out their best efforts to offer readers the finest reading experience possible. Books and articles that Price has authored or co-edited include the following: “Peace in the Midst of a Storm” (from “Sister to Sister”); “A Small Still Voice—A Faithful Remnant” (from The African American Study Bible); “The Contributions of Black Women to Religious Education” (from “Precepts for Living”); “The Black Church Project” (from the American Association for the Advancement of Science); “Family Ties—Restoring Unity in the African American Family;” “Encountering Jesus;” “Searching for Truth;” “Living in the Excellence of Jesus;” “With These Hands;” “The Family;” and “Tell It! Shout It!: Witnessing for Jesus;” “Jesus’ Wireless Connection…Faith, Hope, and Love;” “Truth, Justice, and Power…The Jesus Way.”
She earned a B.A. from American University, Washington, D.C.; an M.Div. from Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School, Rochester, N.Y.; and a Ph.D. from the School of Theology at Claremont, Calif.