So the Woman Went Her Way: A PERSONAL JOURNEY

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Simon and Schuster, Mar 22, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 208 pages
In this inspiring book an extraordinary journalist tells the story of her spiritual coming-of-age, speaking with candor of the pain and triumph at the core of the female religious experience.

Married young and unknowingly to an underworld figure, Lynne Bundesen fled with the children and began a journey that would take her to war-torn Cambodia, China, Israel, and Europe, as well as deep within her own heart and soul. It also chronicles her search for meaning and wholeness and her unexpected discovery of the inspiration and power she found through the women of the Bible.
 

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Contents

Introduction
9
Prologue
11
PART ONE 1 Train Up a Child
27
Eve
31
Isaiah
46
Out of Egypt
59
Building a Tabernacle
64
A Woman of the City
72
Mary of Magdala
99
The Kings Daughter
112
The Virtuous Woman
121
Ruth
129
PART THREE
143
The Ministers
145
Martha
149
Church of the Open Door
157

PART
79
The Eternal Mother
83
Principalities and Powers
93
Redeeming Holiness
165
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Lynne Bundesen is the Religion Communities Leader for the Microsoft Online Network. A journalist for thirty years, she has covered assignments from the White House to a leper colony in the hills of Thailand, and from Alcatraz to the opening of the American Film Institute. The author of several books, including The Woman's Guide to the Bible and So the Woman Went Her Way, she is also a mother and a grandmother.

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