Natalie Moultrie

Liberty, Missouri
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About Natalie Moultrie

Coaching people on racial dynamics began in 2015 when I founded a multi-ethnic reconciliation ministry. The Wall Project (now The Way of Unity) guides people from various ethnicities on a journey into Biblically based multiethnic awareness in the pursuit of racial righteousness. In addition, upon earning my MA in Counseling in 2020 I began integrating counseling concepts with the ministry of racial healing with the development of PATH. The Positive Actions Toward Healing program integrates Scripture with counseling modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, internal family systems, compassion and empathy building and re-evaluation counseling. Group coaching and individual coaching guides participants through self-discovery, perspective building, and forgiveness. As a Christian Life Coach, I also work one on one with clients facing interpersonal struggles due to racial dynamics in relationships, the church and workplace.

Areas of Expertise

Christian Colleges
Christian K-12 School
Individual 1 on 1 coaching
Other Organizations



Nate Severson
Pastor - Hillcrest Covenant Church
Natalie took us through a full day seminar called PATH. PATH stands for Positive Actions Toward Healing. PATH is a Biblically based discipleship model in racial reconciliation which will help us start the journey of living as a Christian in a radicalized society. During PATH Natalie facilitated discussion around healing by developing self-awareness, empathy and compassion, and a safe platform to share our stories so we can have healthy discussions which lead to change in our cultural environments. PATH was very helpful for all participants. It opened our eyes the realities around us and gave us practical next steps in living out its mission. I felt as if Natalie was the perfect host for our group and would love to have her do it again for us in the near future.
Janice Taylor
Member - First Baptist Church of Stilwell
Natalie led a 2 day training called PATH (Positive Action Toward Healing) for a group of our predominantly white church congregation. Along with our members, several friends of color joined to share their prospective. It was a very impactful process, based in scripture and grounded in respect for all people. Our members were enlightened to learn why they react to some things out of historical conditioning. Exercises in listening to others and other tools she provided brought racial reconciliation to the forefront of Christian responsibility. I attended her PATH at another church before asking her to present at our church. Everything I have had the privilege to participate under Natalie's leadership has shown her heart for the diversity of God's people. While she has started with some education, she is intentional to put action into our awareness development. It's been a blessing to be engaged with a group of diverse people supporting her mission.
Mel Bockelman
Therapist Supervisor - Ad Hoc Group Against Crime
I met Natalie when we were trained and facilitated Trauma Healing Groups. I recruited her to the Ad Hoc Group Against Crime to provide grief and trauma counseling for families damaged by violence. And more recently Natalie has led faith-based racial reconciliation and unity workshops and ethnic unity worship experiences through local church congregations. Natalie is experienced in coaching and counseling people and and able to establish positive rapport with a diverse range of people. She provides a safe atmosphere and relates to people authentically and in a natural manner. People are naturally drawn to her and enjoy being with her. They feel liked and accepted. She has quality relationships with those who serves and with her colleagues. Her knowledge and experience along with her ability to relate make her effective in assisting others to make constructive changes in their lives. Natalie would prove valuable to any organization with goals to assist others to improve their lives.
Remi Onayemi
Executive Director - Granny's House
For several years, Natalie has provided a very safe space to process my thoughts, emotions and plans for the future. I have also referred friends to Natalie's services, as they experienced life's challenges. I have noticed considerable personal growth - particularly in the area of leadership - as a result of Natalie's coaching. I believe others will find Natalie's coaching extremely beneficial as well.

Work Experience

Racial Healing Facilitator
Clay Countians for Inclusion - Liberty
January 2023 - Current
Develop curriculum and coach participants through an intentional journey of racial healing and awareness.
Support Group Coordinator
Hillcrest Covenant Church - Prairie Village
July 2022 - Current
Develop integrated mental wellness workshops and groups for the church and community. Develop and facilitate small group entry level sessions to introduce concepts of racial awareness, unity, and reconciliation to church members
Christian Life Coach
By Faith Living, LLC - Liberty
January 2019 - Current
• Provides tools to assist clients in achieving holistic wellness • Assists clients in examining thought patterns and beliefs • Guides clients on self-discovery journeys pertaining to health, career, spiritual growth, and personal goals.
Founder: The Way of Unity Ministry
self-owned - Liberty
August 2015 - Current
The Way of Unity is a gathering of multiethnic Believers intentionally living as Ambassadors of Christ to be reconcilers diligently pursuing unity by acknowledging, reclaiming, and embracing cultural and ethnic diversity. As the founder I engage multiethnic participants from various churches through the process of multiethnic racial reconciliation and healing to live out the unity Jesus prayed for in John 17. The Way of Unity creates opportunities for multiethnic engagement through prayer, worship, service and study of Scripture and other materials to foster individual growth in the way of Biblical racial unity.


Masters - Counseling
Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary - Kansas City
August 2017 - Current


PATH: Positive Actions Toward Healing/Racial Reconciliation Discipleship Curriculum

PATH Path stands for Positive Actions Toward Healing. PATH is a Biblically based discipleship model in racial reconciliation which helps groups and individuals start the journey of living as a Christian in a racialized society. The PATH facilitates healing by developing self -awareness, empathy and compassion, and creates a safe platform to share our stories so we can have healthy discussions which lead to change in our cultural environments.
New Song Gospel Cafe

I founded The New Song Gospel Cafe, a connection point for multiethnic, and multi-generational people to worship together as Revelation 5:9 and 7:9 describe. Various artists from all denominations, ethnic groups and ages bring their worship center stage so participants and guests can be exposed to and appreciate the diversity of God's Kingdom.