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Lifting Women's Voices

Prayers to Change the World

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ISBN-13: 9781853119682
Published: 31/07/2009
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This collection of all new and original prayers from around the worldwide Anglican Communion makes connections between women's personal lives today and global concerns of women around the globe. They show the connection, for example, between a woman's prayers for her child in the West and the plight of child labour in the third world. The editorial board comprises leading Anglican women from around the world including Jane Williams, and women from the US, Asia, South America, New Zealand and the Middle East. The presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, Kathatrine Jefferts Schori contributes a foreword. It is a rich resource for worship, reflection, personal devotion and action.
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Margaret Rose, Jenny Te Paa, Jeanne Person

Margaret Rose is a Director of Women's Ministries in the Episcopal Church. Jenny Te Paa is a leading theological educator in New Zealand. Jeanne Person is Associate Rector of Trinity Church, New York.

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