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Book Title: Walking Bible Study: The Path of Justice (Walking Bible Studies)|
The author of the book: Becca Stevens
Edition: Abingdon Press
Date of issue: November 1st 2010
ISBN 13: 9781426711732
Format files: PDF
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It's easy to get lost in the busyness of every day. But taking a walk and discovering God's presence along the way will bring you back to where you need to be.
The Walking Bible Study, a series of short readings and meditations, is your field guide to learning more about Scripture as you travel through nature and life. Wherever you walk, take it along with you and follow the paths of God.Â
"Walking changes us; it can transport our spirits from being weighed down by life into the joy of God's presence." - Becca Stevens
Each study consists ofÂ four sessions. Sessions include prayer, Scripture, Becca s thoughts and stories, questions to think about or discuss, and activities.
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Becca teachesÂ that God will let justice roll like a river and that the diversity of nature, its order and chaos, should call us toÂ walk inÂ humility. Nature reveals a just God who will hold creation accountable for its behavior. But because God s justice is balanced by love and mercy, new creation is all around us and we have reason to celebrate all the springs in our lives.Â Â
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Read information about the authorBecca Stevens is an author, speaker, priest, social entrepreneur, founder and president of Thistle Farms. After experiencing the death of her father and subsequent child abuse when she was 5, Becca longed to open a sanctuary for survivors offering a loving community. In 1997, five women who had experienced trafficking, violence, and addiction were welcomed home.
Twenty years later, the organization continues to welcome women with free residence hat provide housing, medical care, therapy and education for two years. Residents and graduates earn income through one of four social enterprises. The Global Market of Thistle Farms helps employ more than 1,800 women worldwide, and the national network has more than 40 sister communities.
Becca has been featured in the New York Times, on ABC World News and PR, was recently named a 2016 CNN Hero and a White House “Champion of Change." She was featured in the PBS documentary, A Path Appears, named Humanitarian of the Year by the Small Business Council of America and inducted into the Tennessee Women’s Hall of Fame. Stevens attended the University of the South and Vanderbilt Divinity School. She has been conferred 2 honorary doctorates.