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Number of Pages: 80
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2008
|Dimensions: 7.00 X 5.00 (inches)|
I remember the first day I came home. There were four beautiful women walking out onto the porch to say hello. This was the home Id almost forgotten about. Thank you, God, for leading me home.
Have you ever felt lost?
Do you long for a group of friends?
Will you ever find your way home?
In this remarkable book, the women of Magdalene ask questions that all of us ask, and they share their own joyous, painful, uplifting answers. Inspired by the classic Benedictine Rule, the women have written down 24 rules they live by in the Magdalene community, a place of healing and grace.
Magdalene is living out the call and making something of the Kingdom happen.
-Tony Campolo, author of Speaking My Mind
With honesty and urgency, Becca Stevens and her fellow pilgrims from Magdalene reveal the insights gained on their personal journeys to wholeness.
-Gloria Gaither, Christian recording artist
Magdalene has a tremendous track record of bringing recovery, hope, and independence to women in need.
-Bill Frist, M.D., Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader
In Find Your Way Home there are 24 rules...designed to provoke people into discovering that God loves you as you are right now. And that God loves the possibility within you.
-The Most Rev. Dr. Katharine Jefferts Schori, Presiding Bishop, Episcopal Church
Magdalene is a residential community of women who have a criminal history of prostitution and drug abuse. The women live together in a series of Magdalene homes, supporting themselves and each other through the work of Thistle Farms, a bath and body-care business run by those in the program. For more information, go to www.thistlefarms.org.
Becca Stevens is the author of Hither & Yon, Finding Balance, and Sanctuary, nominated by Christianity Today as best spirituality book of 2005. Featured on CNN and in other national media, she is an Episcopal priest at St. Augustines Chapel at Vanderbilt University.