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Listen To Her Voice

Author : Miki Raver
ISBN : 9781483510422
Genre : Religion
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Richly illustrated by art masterpieces, Listen to Her Voice explores the role of women and the presence of the Feminine Divine in the Hebrew Bible. In the text, and through Midrashic interpretation, Miki reveals evidence of the continuous presence of the feminine half of the Holy One, suppressed and hidden through the ages. In rediscovering the omnipresence of the Feminine Divine, Raver illuminates a dimension of the Bible that the patriarchal language of past millennia obscured and lost, to all of our cost. This triumphant reassertion of the One, masculine and feminine, brings new meaning to familiar stories and adds potent resonance to names that have lived through the ages. In the stories of Eve, Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, Leah and the other foremothers, we grasp how the DNA and the spiritual path of Judaism was shaped by women.

And God Said Listen To Her Voice

Author : Barry Fike
ISBN : 1722609370
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This book covers the role of women in the body of Christ and how recent studies in archaeology and sociological studies have shed light on this subject allowing further consideration of such.

When A Woman Finds Her Voice

Author : Jo Ann Fore
ISBN : 0891123873
Genre : Religion
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Women crave heartfelt connections, but participating in meaningful communities can be difficult for those who have been hurt. The thoughts or expectations of others, along with their own concerns of value and worth, drive women to adopt a false voice—a “life-is-just-fine” mask, living a life on the outside that is deeply divorced from their innermost truth.The gentle, insightful, and conversational style of "When a Woman Finds Her Voice" draws out the reader's own story, while dressing any tender wounds with timeless truths and the bountiful hope that God is masterful at using pain for good. Through real-life stories and insightful Bible teachings, readers learn to overcome life's hurts. They learn how to freely use their voice to make a difference in the world.

Through Her Voice

Author : Samantha Apicella
ISBN : 069208696X
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Her name doesn't matter. She just wants to get on with Her life away from Ugly Girl and Miss Oink, away from Father Monster, away from lame ass suburbia and most of all, Rusty. Her journal is the one place where she can be free. Then she meets a local rock star, Kiedis. His music speaks to her. She knows he isn't like the others. And then there's Rusty. Rusty writes too. He also pops a pill or two before classes. He has a lot to say about Her even if she doesn't want to hear it. Oh yeah, and they used to date. All she wants is to fall in love with a real guy who loves Her for Her. Who knows what Rusty wants? In the end, both Her and Rusty find what they are looking for in unexpected circumstances. Young love is sometimes the strongest.

The Voice

Author : Sandi Patty
ISBN : 9780310352358
Genre : Religion
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Christian music icon and forty-time Dove award winner, Sandi Patty has long astounded listeners with her powerful voice. And yet, off the stage, Sandi struggled to have a voice at all. Through deeply intimate stories of her life and the empowering spiritual truths she’s learned, Sandi offers readers wisdom to navigate the journey from voicelessness to discovering the voice God has given you. With a poignant history of sexual abuse, infidelity, divorce, and crises of self-image, Sandi lived much of her life feeling unworthy of love or value. And like so many of us, she coped by living through the voices of others, allowing other people to prescribe her identity. As she performed around the world, Sandi met others just like her, who hid wounds behind quiet smiles and struggled to live with fractured identities. Sandi’s warm and invitational writing will draw you to the voice of God who sings over your life saying you are seen, you are loved, and your voice is worth hearing. With timeless wisdom, The Voice will help you uncover your God-given identity and a voice of your very own. “God heard my voice even when I couldn’t hear it myself and then his voice broke through my walls and wounds, insecurities and self-doubts. I am voiceless no more!”

In Her Voice

Author : Melissa Silverstein
ISBN : 9781504023818
Genre : Performing Arts
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In Her Voice is the first book that takes the words and experiences of a diverse group of celebrated women film directors and puts their voices front and center. This unique volume of interviews presents more than 40 feature and documentary directors from around the world, including Debra Granik (Winter’s Bone), Courtney Hunt (Frozen River), Callie Khouri (Mad Money), Sally Potter (Rage), Lone Scherfig (An Education) and Lynn Shelton (Humpday). In Her Voice is a call to arms and a reminder to movie lovers, students and the entertainment industry about the significance of women directors and their growing, integral position in the world of filmmaking. It is also a message for women directors to not give up?—your voice counts. Your vision matters.

Finding Her Voice

Author : Mary A. Bufwack
ISBN : UOM:39015062844975
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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After its initial publication in 1993, Mary A. Bufwack and Robert K. Oermann's Finding Her Voice: The Saga of Women in Country Music quickly became an essential book for country music scholars and fans. Now back in print, with updated material, an additional chapter, and new photos, Finding Her Voice is poised to reach a whole new generation of country music fans. From country's earliest pioneers to its greatest legends, Finding Her Voice documents the lives of the female artists who have shaped the music for over two hundred years. Through interviews, photos, and primary texts, Bufwack and Oermann weave a vast and complex tapestry of personalities and talent. Long overlooked and underappreciated by scholars, female country music artists have always been immensely popular with fans. This book gets to the heart of the special bond female artists have with their audiences. People seeking to understand the context out of which mega-stars such as Shania Twain, Faith Hill, and the Dixie Chicks emerged need look no farther than this book. Co-published with the Country Music Foundation Press

Agony In Her Voice

Author : Peter Katuliiba
ISBN : STANFORD:36105037627630
Genre : Fiction
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Raising Her Voice

Author : Rodger Streitmatter
ISBN : 9780813149059
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Each chapter is a biographical sketch of an influential black woman who has written for American newspapers or television news, including Maria W. Stewart, Mary Ann Shadd Cary, Gertrude Bustill Mossell, Ida B. Wells-Barnett, Josephine St.Pierre Ruffin, Delilah L. Beasley, Marvel Cooke, Charlotta A. Bass, Alice Allison Dunnigan, Ethel L. Payne, and Charlayne Hunter-Gault.

God S Many Voices

Author : Liz Ditty
ISBN : 9781683971948
Genre : Religion
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FOREWORD BY JOHN ORTBERG "Many people claim to ‘hear God’s voice,’ though not always with discernment. I’ve found Liz Ditty to be a trustworthy guide in learning how to listen, and how to do so with wise discernment.” —Philip Yancey, Best-selling author “Liz Ditty writes with warmth, humor, and grace about the spiritual practices that too often feel overwhelming. She approaches the spiritual life with simplicity and generosity and tells a story of learning to listen to the voice of God that inspires me to do the same. God’s Many Voices is a book for anyone who believes God is still speaking, and anyone who needs a friend to walk them directly toward that Holy Voice.” —Micha Boyett, Author of Found: A Story of Questions, Grace, and Everyday Prayer Do you wish to hear God speak to you in your everyday life? God’s Many Voices will help you discover a God who is infinitely closer and more involved in our world than we give Him credit for. This book is an invitation to learn God’s voice from the scriptures and then recognize it everywhere in daily life. Author Liz Ditty uses biblical teaching and relatable examples, reinforced with reflective exercises at the end of each chapter to open readers’ ears and hearts to what God is telling them. Only His voice in our lives can give us confidence in our decisions and dreams, give us freedom from our fears and failures, and lead us toward the joy of being fully alive, accepted, and loved by God.

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