They struggled to clear a new path for women;
these are the stories of modern spiritual pioneers.
"I imagine this book as a dinner party where women have eagerly
gathered for a conversation about being a woman, a person of faith,
and a leader. While some know each other, many do not, but it doesn
t matter. Listening to them in ensemble reveals that all their
differences are less important than how much they share as women of
faith. Since community and interconnection tend to be feminine
traits, sisterhood is important, and I hope that upon finishing the
book, the reader may feel that she or he has found a teacher that
offers a new way to see women and the Divine." from the
There is an ancient mystical legend that the Bible was written
with black fire on white fire. Now, we can only read the black fire
(the letters), but someday we might be able to see the white fire.
Today, with their voices and their presence growing ever stronger,
women spiritual leaders in America are like white fire, and we can
see the previously untapped power of female leadership.
This remarkable book gives voice and image to the too often
invisible, ignored, or overlooked narrative of women s spiritual
leadership in America today. Revealed through insightful interviews
and compelling photographic portraits, the women represent both
diversity and sisterhood. They offer us new ways of relating to
each other, and the Divine.
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