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Walk in Her Sandals: Experiencing Christ's Passion through the Eyes of Women Paperback – October 10, 2016
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"Walk in Her Sandals is a devotional tapestry, richly woven from the poignant threads of women's intimate experiences of Jesus. Experience how those moments forever changed their lives, and moment by intimate moment, you, too, will be changed." --Sonja Corbitt, Catholic speaker, radio host, and author of Unleashed
"Kelly Wahlquist's stunning team effort, Walk in Her Sandals, dramatically raises the bar for women's resources with its innovative approach to exploring feminine gifts as pathways to Christ." --Lisa Mladinich, Catholic author and creator of Amazing Catechists
"In Walk in Her Sandals you will hear a symphony of wisdom, insight, and practical application. What this team of women has accomplished is remarkable. They have opened up a world of opportunity for other women to enjoy their relationship with God and at the same time discover aspects of their being in a new and profound way." --Jeff Cavins, Coauthor of The Great Adventure Catholic Bible Study Program
"Walk in Her Sandals teaches readers to use imaginative prayer by bringing to life the women who accompanied Christ through his passion, death, and resurrection. It seeks to help contemporary women discover their own call to be missionary disciples in the service of the New Evangelization. Many will benefit from reading this book." --Most Rev. Andrew Cozzens, Auxiliary Bishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis
"This book truly makes the scriptural account of Christ's passion come alive! Readers will find themselves entering into the story in a whole new way and experiencing the unique gifts and central role of women. A treasure for spiritual growth during Lent and Easter!" --Mary Healy, Associate professor of Sacred Scripture, Sacred Heart Major Seminary
"You'll find yourself walking as a companion to Jesus and toward Easter in a whole new way, thanks to the treasure within this book." --Sarah Reinhard, Catholic writer, blogger, author, and editor of Word by Word
About the Author
Kelly M. Wahlquist is a dynamic and inspiring Catholic author and speaker, and the founder of WINE: Women In the New Evangelization. She is the assistant director for the Archbishop Harry J. Flynn Catechetical Institute in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Wahlquist is a contributor to CatholicMom.com and Integrated Catholic Life. She is the author of Created to Relate: God's Design for Peace and Joy. Wahlquist travels around the country speaking on the New Evangelization. She lives in Minnesota with her husband, Andy, and their three children.
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It's structured across 6 chapters covering different gifts for particular days: Receptivity (Palm Sunday), Generosity (Holy Thursday), Sensitivity (Good Friday), Prayer (Holy Saturday), Maternity (Easter Sunday) and the Gift of the Holy Spirit (Pentecost). Each day/chapter was addressed by each author which I enjoyed. Kelly Wahlquist gave us a Moment to Ponder, Sarah Christmyer dived into Scripture, Stephanie Landsem provided the fictional account, Pat Gohn unwrapped the gift being discussed, we got the opportunity to practice Lectio on the Scripture reference and there were some questions to consider and dive deeper personally at the end.
I particularly enjoyed Stephanie's fictional account and the Lectio. I'm relatively new to the latter and this was a great way for me to learn more about and found picturing myself in the scene to be so revealing.
I am not a Catholic and even though all the authors are and it is written for a Catholic audience there are many takeaways for all believers. However, I found many of the chapter ending questions not to be particularly relevant.
This was a very useful way to observe Lent due to the multiple perspectives and the emphasis on Scripture.