Rachel Held Evans
Rachel Held Evans was an American Christian columnist, blogger and author. Her book A Year of Biblical Womanhood was a New York Times bestseller in e-book non-fiction, and Searching for Sunday was a New York Times bestseller nonfiction paperback.
4 books on this list
While visiting Russia in his twenties, Rainer Maria Rilke, one of the twentieth century's greatest poets, was moved by a spirituality he encountered there. Inspired, Rilke returned to Germany and put down on paper what he felt were spontaneously received prayers. Rilke's Book of Hours is the invigorating vision of spiritual practice for the secular...
@HibbsPierce His Book of Hours is one of the most precious books I own. I love the translations from Anita Barrows and Joanna Macy. – source
Rachel Held EvansMar 07, 2019
As America rapidly becomes a pluralistic, postmodern society, many of us struggle to talk about faith. We can no longer assume our friends understand words such as grace or gospel. Others, like lost and sin, have become so negative they are nearly conversation-enders.Jonathan Merritt knows this frustration well. After Jonathan moved from the Bible ...
This little book is packed with gems of wisdom and insight. I loved it! Definitely a must-read for writers & pastors who use faith-y language a lot. Bravo, @JonathanMerritt! – source
Rachel Held EvansAug 17, 2018
In 2014, Time magazine announced that America had reached the transgender tipping point, suggesting that transgender issues would become the next civil rights frontier. Years later, many peopleeven many LGBTQ alliesstill lack understanding of gender identity and the transgender experience. Into this void, Austen Hartke offers a biblically based, ed...
For each day of #PrideMonth I'm featuring a person or organization doing great work at the intersection of faith and gender/sexuality. Today, follow & support @AustenLionheart whose book "Transforming" is my most recommended on the Bible & trans issues: – source
Rachel Held EvansJun 01, 2018
Eleven-year-old Owen Meany, playing in a Little League baseball game in Gravesend, New Hampshire, hits a foul ball and kills his best friend's mother. Owen doesn't believe in accidents; he believes he is God's instrument. What happens to Owen after that 1953 foul is both extraordinary and terrifying. At moments a comic, self-deluded victim, but in ...
One of my favorite books ever of all time. – source
Rachel Held EvansMar 22, 2017
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