Shalom Sistas : living wholeheartedly in a brokenhearted world / Osheta Moore ; foreword by Sarah Bessey.
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- ISBN: 9781513801490
- ISBN: 151380149X
- Physical Description: 245 pages ; 22 cm
- Publisher: Harrisonburg, VA : Herald Press, 
- Copyright: ©2017
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-244).
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Shalom after the storm -- Not your typical peacemaker -- Forty days of peace -- The Shalom Sista manifesto -- Shalom with God -- Dance, baby: we are invited -- Woo-woo church: we are beloved -- Coffee shop alias: we are enough -- Shalom within ourselves -- This brown skin: we will see the beauty -- Treat yo self?: we will rest -- A strange song: we will choose subversive joy -- Shalom in our relationships -- Carpool tribute: we will tell better stories -- Shalom with a Swiffer: we will serve before we speak -- Jesus' party planners: we will build bridges, not walls -- Shalom in the world -- Love bombs: we will choose ordinary acts of peace -- Lemonade: we will show up, say something, and be still -- Kingdom strong: we will be peacemakers, not peacekeepers.
|Summary, etc.:|| "Shalom, the Hebrew word often translated as "peace," was a far cry from blogger and podcaster Osheta Moore's crazy life. Like a lot of women, she loved God's dream for a world that is whole, vibrant, and flourishing. But honestly: who's got the time? So one night she whispered a dangerous prayer: God, show me the things that make for peace. In Shalom Sistas, Moore shares what she learned when she challenged herself to study peace in the Bible for forty days. Taking readers through the twelve points of the Shalom Sistas' Manifesto, Moore experiments with practices of everyday peacemaking and invites readers to do the same. From dropping "love bombs" on a family vacation, to talking to the coach who called her son the n-word, to spreading shalom with a Swiffer, Moore offers bold steps for crossing lines between black and white, suburban and urban, rich and poor. What if a bunch of Jesus-following women catch a vision of a vibrant, whole, flourishing world? What happens when Shalom Sistas unite?"--Amazon.com.
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