Recommended by Anna Elisabeth Howard
Ashley does a beautiful job of living life out loud. She invites us to journey with her into the mess and uncertainty of being human in relationship--and to see the growth and beauty that are possible when we do.
Hannah draws from the depths of her own experience to confront spiritual abuse. Her path to healing is a guide for others who've experienced similar treatment at the hands of those who were supposed to be caring for their spiritual well-being.
Olivia draws inspiration and hope from everyday life telling breathtaking stories for the reader to first inhabit and then walk away with new perspective.
Steve writes with years of teaching experience about his passion for a different kind of education. With a deep passion for education and love for his students, Steve will change many assumptions about how and why we educate always keeping who we're trying to teach at the forefront of the conversation.
Few people if any write about embodiment like Dr. Roberto does. Roberto's work keeps us from the downfalls of doing theology in our heads alone and reminds us that all theology is ethics and theology must stay embodied if it is to do any work in the world.
Nadia's work has been so vital to my own becoming journey, and no one makes scripture come to life quite like she does when she preaches. All of us who feel we dwell in a corner of some kind or another can benefit from the way Nadia sees the world.