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Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
|Publication Date: 2017|
The Way of Tea and Justice: Rescuing the World's Favorite Beverage from Its Violent HistoryBecca StevensJericho Books / 2015 / Trade Paperback$8.49 Retail:
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Letters from the Farm: A Simple Path for a Deeper Spiritual Life - eBookBecca StevensMorehouse Publishing / 2015 / ePub$6.59 Retail:
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Snake Oil: The Art of Healing and Truth-Telling - eBookBecca StevensJericho Books / 2013 / ePub$9.99
Love heals us.
We all have a story. Whether written from the hardships of deep wounds, grief, or longing for justice, yours can overflow with hope.
In Love Heals, youll find principles that have transformed lives. Each chapter brings encouragement and practical steps for anyone going through a difficult season or searching for a deeper faith.
- Love heals by the mercy of God.
- Love heals with compassion.
- Love heals during the act of forgiving.
- Love heals past our fears.
- Love heals across the world.
Along with other ways that love heals, read true stories of healing and joy, where brokenness is transformed into compassion. And believe the truth that you, too, can be changed and grateful for this life you live.
You are loved.
Becca Stevens is the founder and the president of Thistle Farms, the largest social enterprise in the U.S. run by survivors. She has been featured in the New York Times, on ABC World News, NPR, and PBS, and was recently named a 2016 CNN Hero. In 2011, the White House named Becca a "Champion of Change." She lives in Nashville with her husband, Grammy-winning songwriter Marcus Hummon, and their three sons, Levi, Caney and Moses.
Becca Stevens is an author, speaker, social entrepreneur, and founder and president of Thistle Farms, the largest social enterprise in the US run by survivors. An international voice for the global movement for women's freedom and a defender of the marginalized, she has been named a "Champion of Change" by the White House for her work against domestic violence, "Humanitarian of the Year" by a number of organizations, and a "CNN Hero." Becca has received two honorary doctorates and lives in Nashville, Tennessee, where she serves as an Episcopal priest and lives with her Grammy-winning songwriter husband and three sons.