The Crime of Living Cautiously
- ^^What do you do when faced with such a moment?
- Do you sometimes get frozen into a state of inaction?
- Do you wonder if you are wasting the talents God has given you?
- Or if you enjoy adventure, do you struggle over whether a risk is just a reckless attempt to feed your own needs or a true calling from God?
- Publisher Luci Shaw writes about how to live fully in freedom and faith, responding to God's calling without fear.
- Publisher Join poet and author Luci Shaw in The Crime Of Living Cautiously to break through barriers of cautious living and follow God on exciting new paths.
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About "The Crime of Living Cautiously"
Unexpectedly, the moment of opportunity comes to us--the prospect of entering a reality larger than we'd guess. A spacious option opens up before us, an urgent demand that seems to call for special enterprise, life-threatening perils or summons to action. Suddenly we realize that such a chance might never come again.
Luci Shaw writes about how to live fully in freedom and faith, responding to God's calling without fear.
Join poet and author Luci Shaw in The Crime Of Living Cautiously to break through barriers of cautious living and follow God on exciting new paths.
Meet the Author
Luci Shaw graduated from Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois, magna cum laude and is currently a writer-in-residence and lecturer at Regent College in Vancouver, Canada.
She has worked as a private Greek tutor, a free-lance editor, and an English stylist for The Living Bible and The Message. Shaw has also served as vice president, president and senior editor at Harold Shaw Publishers. She presently serves as Lay Eucharistic Minister and lector at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Bellingham, Washington.
Her poetry has been read on national television, and she has been interviewed on The Seven Hundred Club and Prime Time America. She has appeared in several magazine cover stories (such as in Today's Christian Woman and Christianity & the Arts), and many of her writings are being collected at the Buswell Library at Wheaton College in The Luci Shaw Collection.
She is the author of numerous books such as The Secret Trees (Campus Life Book of the Year) and God in the Dark (ECPA Gold Medallion Nominee). Shaw has also contributed poems and essays to many anthologies and periodicals such as Making Eden Grow (Scripture Union), Christianity Today and Reality & The Vision (Baker Book House). Her most recent poetry collections are Water Lines and The Green Earth (both Eerdmans). She is also coauthor of three books with Madeleine L'Engle, including Friends for the Journey.