Wife • Mother • Speaker • Flutist • Worship Leader • Writer •
Spiritual Entrepreneur • Holy Activist

Tami Flick is a professional musician and worship leader who loves the presence of God and is dedicated to seeing her city experience Kingdom transformation.  She serves on the executive leadership team for Civil Righteousness, Inc, a movement organized as a 501(c)3 charitable organization that pursues reconciliation and redemptive justice according to the Biblical pattern through spiritual, cultural, and economic renewal.  Tami serves as the Vice President of Education for the national movement and is one of the authors of the Civil Righteousness Foundations curriculum. Tami oversees Civil Righteousness University (CR-U), an online educational platform dedicated to exploring the Biblical foundations of reconciliation and restorative justice. She also helps oversee the Ferguson Prayer Furnace.

Tami has been married to her best friend John for 21 years and together they have two amazing children, Ellie (15) and Robert (13).  In October of 2021, John and Tami responded to the call and invitation of the Lord and moved their family down to Ferguson, MO to serve full time with Civil Righteousness.  As a family they love to geocache, watch Marvel and Star Wars movies, swim at the family cottage, play games, and  eat copious amounts of ice cream. When not spending time with her family and friends, you can usually find Tami biking on a wooded trail or writing another installment of her blog TJ Flick's Musings on Life, Family, & Jesus.



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The Civil Righteousness Foundations course book was co-written by Jonathan Tremaine Thomas and Tami Flick, with James Harris.  CR Foundations is a biblical exploration of the foundations of the Civil Righteousness Movement including topics such as Introduction to Civil Righteousness, Righteousness, Biblical Justice, One Race: The Desegregated Life, Peacemaking, One New Man, Table of Brotherhood, and Action Steps.

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April 2004

Western Michigan University, Conducting w/ Music Theory cognate, Western Michigan University



April 1998

Western Michigan University, Flute Performance w/ Music Theory and Music History cognates



James Madison University, Flute Performance w/ French minor, summa cum laude 

April 1996



Summer Language Program (University of Paris - Sorbonne)

August 1994


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