Do What You Have the Power to Do
Open the pages of Do What You Have the POWER to Do and you will meet, face to face and heart to heart, six New Testament women. You may have heard their stories before: the woman who anointed Jesus, the...
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Open the pages of Do What You Have the POWER to Do and you will meet, face to face and heart to heart, six New Testament women. You may have heard their stories before: the woman who anointed Jesus, the bent-over woman in the synagogue, the insistent Canaanite woman, the woman with the hemorrhage, the woman found in adultery, and the Samaritan woman at the well. After completing this study, you will feel as if you know them. Their empowering stories will become yours. ""Do What You Have the POWER to Do is an excellent Bible study of six New Testament women and their experience with Jesus. With unusual sensitivity, Helen Pearson weaves biblical scholarship, social concern, and the reflective heart into a powerful understanding of what these women offer spiritual pilgrims today. This will be a transforming book for men and women."" --Luther E. Smith, Jr., PhD, author of Howard Thurman: The Mystic as Prophet Helen Bruch Pearson is a retreat, workshop, and seminar leader; guest teacher and preacher; and designer and leader of worship and liturgical events. Emerita Professor of Theology, Candler School of Theology of Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, Pearson is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. Along with many articles and curriculum studies, she is also the author of Mother Roots: The Female Ancestors of Jesus.
Helen Bruch Pearson lives in Atlanta where she taught at Candler School of Theology. She is an ordained UCC minister and travels across the United States and Europe as a guest lecturer and retreat leader.