Ruth Everhart is an award-winning author whose writing explores the tender places where faith intersects with daily life, especially the all-too-common experience of sexual abuse.
Her three books are linked below — just scroll down. In addition to her books, Ruth’s writing has appeared in the Washington Post, The Christian Century, Christianity Today, Sojourners, Feasting on the Word, and many other places — links at the Articles tab.
She is a Presbyterian pastor and serves the Hermon Presbyterian Church in Bethesda, MD.
She’s been blogging since 2007 — this website contains 2,000 pages. Recent blog entries cluster around three topics (see the buttons below) but older ones range widely — e.g. Uncluttering as a Spiritual Practice, My Sister’s Kidney Donation, Conversations with Strangers, rants about Mothers Day, travel narratives through Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and the Dominican Republic, plus Washington, DC sites. Her personal favorite is: Why I Still Love My Husband. (Use the dropdown Subject menu at the Blog tab.)
To send Ruth a message, use the Contact tab.