A Prayer book designed to be used by individual women, as well as by those who are leading group prayer services. For nearly two millennia, Christian women have learned to pray in the language of other people's souls. From worshiping...
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A Prayer book designed to be used by individual women, as well as by those who are leading group prayer services. For nearly two millennia, Christian women have learned to pray in the language of other people's souls. From worshiping God as father to envisioning a holy life as a military campaign, they've been taught to approach the Divine with the hearts and minds of men. She Who Prays: A Woman's Interfaith Prayer Book offers women a new way to pray. It draws on feminine images of God, as well as the language and experience of women, to help women tap into their own rich and unique spirituality. With material from new translations of ancient Christian hymns and prayers, as well as original prayers in the Christian and other faith traditions, She Who Prays will help women speak to God in their own voices. Arranged in roughly the same format as the Book of Common Prayer, She Who Prays contains a seven-day cycle of daily prayer services, prayers for special occasions, and a woman-oriented liturgical calendar that honors the lives of women of all faiths. The book also contains four rituals marking such themes as healing, reconciliation, and new beginnings, and a prayer to be used while walking a labyrinth. An appendix provides information on world religions and instructions for group services.
Harris-Watkins is chaplain of Clare's Place and is a scholar specializing in English as a second language. She has taught workshops in dream interpretation and vision quests, and has years of experience integrating her Native American spirituality with her Christian faith. A
Jensen is an author, translator, and scholar specializing in early Christian literature and is co-chaplain of Clare's Place, a women's spirituality center in College Station, Texas. A
- One Week Cycle Of Daily Prayer; Season Stories And Collects For Each Week Of The Year; Prayers For Hearth And Home And Beyond; Mystics, Saints, And Other Extraordinary Folk, Events, And Gifts Of Creation; Rites, Rituals, And Services For Special Occasions.