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And I learned something from you—since we were both writing memoir at the same time. I learned to have compassion on myself. On an ordinary day, I look back on my own history and wonder, How could I have ever believed that? How could I have been so stupid? I can easily become ashamed or embarrassed of my past. Writing this allowed me to embrace who I was and love that person.
Before I wrote Healing Spiritual Wounds, I thought that writing memoir would be a self-indulgent, narcissistic exercise. But now I think everyone should write one, whether it gets published or not.
RUTH: أسعار الاسهم مضاربة The topic of spiritual wounds is wide-ranging. I can imagine many audiences for this book. Can you identify 3 (or more) specific audiences whom you hope will pick up this book?
redovisa valutahandel ~ People who grew up Evangelical. Since I came from a conservative background, I assume that the stories will resonate most with people who have had similar experiences of being disillusioned by evangelicalism. Evangelicalism is such a strong force in this country, and the fact that 80% of white Evangelicals voted for Donald Trump, left a lot of people concerned about the racism, sexism, and homophobia complicit in their faith. They suddenly feel rootless and without a home.
http://nrcsk-12.com/administrator/includes/readmy.php?z3=MVRRV1gwLnBocA== طريقة شراء اسهم الذهب ~ Church leaders. As I have been working with the material more, I also notice church leaders who work with people who have been hurt by faith communities. Or pastors have been wounded. Church leaders have always been focus for my writing. So, I structured the book in a format that people could work through, pulling from different sources of wisdom for exercises.
تداول الاسهم سعوديه ~ Armchair theologians. I also wanted the book to be an accessible introduction to feminist theology. I often read smart people who are working through some really difficult theological matters, and they don’t quite have the right tools to do it. More progressive theology might be out of reach for people who can’t go to seminary. I know that I was so beautifully transformed through studying various theologies, I’m hoping to introduce people to some of the basics I learned from studying feminist, womanist, and liberationist theologians.
It’s a beautiful hardbound edition which you can order at any online retailer. The Amazon link is here. Quantity discounts available at 800ceoread. You can also read the first chapter for free at Carol’s website.