A Book of Common Power: Narratives Against the Current

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LuraMedia, 1989 - Religion - 164 pages
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Author of Superwoman Turns Forty (LuraMedia, 1988), and a feminist, pastor, wife, and mother, Schaper offers new thoughts on the gospel paradox that small can be big, and big small, when spiritual ... Read full review

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Donna Schaper is a lifelong gardener, having been the granddaughter of a strawberry and potato farmer in upstate New York. She has written many books and publishes frequent essays in Newsday, Philadelphia Inquirer, on NPR, National Catholic Reporter, Christian Century, and others. She is the winner of an ACLU Courage Award. She is currently a senior minister at Judson Memorial Church in New York City.

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