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Sarah Bessey

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  • Rhythm Of Prayer

    $20.00

    An antidote for our age of anxiety–thoughtful, moving prayers from Barbara Brown Taylor, Amena Brown, Nadia Bolz-Weber, and other artists, creatives, and thinkers, curated by the author Glennon Doyle calls “my favorite faith writer.”

    It’s no secret that we are overworked, overpressured, and edging burnout. Unsurprisingly, this fact is as old as time–and that’s why we see so many prayer circles within a multitude of church traditions. These gatherings are a trusted space where people seek help, hope, and peace, energized by God and one another.

    This book, curated by acclaimed author Sarah Bessey, celebrates and honors that prayerful tradition in a literary form. A companion for daily inspiration, this collection gives women permission to recognize the weight of all they carry, while also offering a broadened imagination of hope–of what can be restored and made new. Each prayer is an original piece of writing, with a short introduction from Bessey sharing exactly why she loves and looks up to the writer.

    This book is a literary hug, an invitation for respite, and a chance for readers to pause and celebrate who they are, beyond what they do.

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  • Jesus Feminist : An Invitation To Revisit The Bibles View Of Women

    $16.99

    For centuries, the role of women in the church has been a subdued one, with many limitations. The time has come, argues Sarah Bessey-called an “accidental grassroots voice for postmodern and progressive evangelical women”-to take a new look at Scripture and challenge old assumptions.

    In Jesus Feminist, Bessey shares her spiritual journey, which ranged from growing up in a post-gender-debate home to learning about the worldwide struggles of women and the obstacles even a well-meaning church can pose. Through disarmingly intimate storytelling, she tells how she grew to understand the story of God and the vastness of his work through women. Never one to shy away from the hard questions, Bessey engages critically with Scripture and church practices that are often used against full equality and shares how following Jesus made a feminist out of her.

    Filled with beauty, hard truth, and brave vulnerability, Jesus Feminist urges the church to stop asking “man or woman” as a qualification for ministry and to start helping everyone find freedom in the fullness, hope, glory, and work of Christ.

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