Christian Clergywomen Share Their Hard Days, Holy Moments and the Healing Power of Humor
6 x 9, 240 pp
Be informed and inspired, delighted and supported, encouraged and entertained by stories and prayers on the work of the Church—from the unique perspective of clergywomen from around the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
This remarkable book gives voice and image to women's spiritual leadership in America today. Revealed through insightful interviews and compelling photographic portraits, the women represent both diversity and sisterhood.
A journey through your physical self that will empower you to transform the world around you and overcome self-defeating thoughts through positive, practical exercises that help you climb back into your body and honor it as the temple of God that it is.
Stories of Remarkable Women from Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Traditions
5½ x 8½, 192 pp
Short stories of daring, brave, thoughtful, wise women who played important roles in the early days of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Invites us to understand and appreciate the struggles and triumphs of these mothers, daughters, believers and seekers.
Grounded in raw experience, forty women relate Spirit-filled moments. Ideal for spiritual seekers and leaders of all faiths, these powerful stories invite you to consider the origins of your own spirituality and to deepen your relationship with God.
Blessings, prayers, anecdotes and meditations from many faith traditions about the sacred undertaking that is motherhood. These words of hope and healing, pain and promise are for all mothers—traditional, single, adoptive, foster, step and bereaved.
In this personal and funny look at humor as a spiritual practice, Rev. Susan Sparks—an ex-lawyer turned comedian and Baptist minister—presents a convincing case that the power of humor radiates far beyond punch lines.
Leaders from across the spectrum of the emerging directions of feminist Christianity speak about theological visions, liturgical and ministerial challenges and scriptural insights as a starting point for building new models of religious life and worship.
Meet the pioneers driving foundational Christian theological change—and restoring sacred value to women and girls—in pursuit of just and equal faith communities. Illustrates how bringing divine feminine imagery and language back into church has positive effects for the community beyond the sanctuary.