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Reverend Dr. L.K. Pendleton

Clergywoman and social justice advocate, LK Pendleton, affectionately referred to as Pastor K is an ordained elder, serving under appointment in the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church.  She has served as lead pastor in both the North and South Georgia conferences of the United Methodist Church.


She was Faith Organizing Director at New Georgia Project where she worked with faith leaders and faithful people across the state of Georgia to help organize and build political power in their communities.  


Her interest in social justice work, informs her calling as a local pastor to effectively address a broad range of social issues including voting rights advocacy and struggles for economic and racial justice in ways that are reflective, practical, relational, and faithful.   She organically emerged through the ranks to become a civil rights leader who served as the president of the Columbus, Georgia branch of the NAACP.

She has one adult daughter, Amber Cierra.  


Together they engage in collaborative writing activities blending traditional thought with modern perspectives.   She is the author of two books; “Say You Want To Be Married? No You Don’t!” which takes a contemplative look at marriage. and, The L3Xperience which explains what it means to live as a new creation in Christ Jesus.


Her life’s inspirational quote is,

Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.


James Baldwin.

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