Two Steps Forward (#2 in Sensible Shoes Series)
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About "Two Steps Forward (#2 in Sensible Shoes Series)"
:The women from Sensible Shoes are taking their next steps in the spiritual formation journey. But each of them is finding roadblocks along the way. Meg, a widow and recent empty-nester, is off to see her daughter in London. But what does hope look like when nothing goes as planned?Charissa, a conscientious graduate student, is battling to let go of control and embrace her unexpected pregnancy. But what does hope look like when transformation is slow?Hannah, a pastor on sabbatical, is trying to find her equilibrium with rest and a new relationship. But what does hope look like when old grief keeps resurfacing?Mara, a wife and mother, longs for her difficult family life to improve. But what does hope look like when tension escalates and circumstances only get worse?Sometimes life feels like two steps forward and one step back. Find your own spiritual journey reflected in the lives of these women and discover the way forward.
Meet the Author
Sharon Garlough Brown
Sharon Garlough Brown is a spiritual director and cofounder of Abiding Way Ministries, providing spiritual formation retreats and resources. Her book Sensible Shoes was named one of television personality Kathie Lee Gifford's "favorite things" in March 2013. Sharon earned an MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary. She and her husband, Jack, have served congregations in Scotland, Oklahoma, England, and West Michigan.
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How wonderful to reconnect with the characters in this book who seem like "old friends". They share very real and personal struggles and I found that reading the book and allowing time for self examination and devotions after each chapter took me on my own journey of personal discovery and healing. I found that the tools of "scripture meditation" and "praying with imagination" and "examen" really come to life as you see each of the characters use them and you then apply them yourself. Not a book to be rushed through but studied and enjoyed! A warning, the first book was complete in itself but if you read this book, make sure that you have the third book on the way as the conclusion is very much left up in the air.