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My hope is that everyone will read this book.
Sara's book deserves the moniker good news because her writing models faithful, educated, and frank discussion of a topic that ruffles feathers.
Sara Barton writes the story of her calling by God with grace and heart, and with experiences that anyone can relate to.
Really enjoyed this book. Gave me a different way to look at women in the Church. Recommended this book to my mother because I believe that women have many talents that should be... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sheila Holt
A must read for anyone that is open to conversation about the role of women in church leadership.Published 8 months ago by gran
Sara's book about a difficult subject was enjoyable reading and VERY thought provoking. I'll be reading it again, and will have to give it as gifts so I can discuss it with others!Published 11 months ago by Nikii
One woman's journey in the ministry maze in churches that believe in male leadership only. Well written, poignant story from a woman who loves her fellowship, but desires change.Published 11 months ago by Dorris M. Schulz
My spiritual sister focused my vision and showed great insight into the roles that women have traditionally filled and broadened my perspection when considering my role in Christ's... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jo Lillis
An insight into the uphill battle many called and gifted women face in being faithful to their God given abilities.Published 15 months ago by Luke
Sara Barton writes the story of her calling by God with grace and heart, and with experiences that anyone can relate to. Read morePublished 16 months ago by missy
Having come from the same Church heritage as Sara, I understand the misconceptions and difficulties of women trying to stay in the Churches of Christ.Published 17 months ago by Sandy Welfare