American Library Association Booklist – Top Ten Religion and Spirituality Books of 2012

The American Library Association has selected Women, Spirituality and Transformative Leadership/Where Grace Meets Power as one of the top ten Religion and Spirituality Books for 2012!

2012 Nautilus Book Award — Gold Winner in Women’s Interest

Women, Spirituality and Transformational Leadership/Where Grace Meets Power has been awarded the 2012 Nautilus Gold Book Award in Women’s Interest.

American Library Association Review

Advanced Review – Uncorrected Proof  Issue: November 15, 2011 *Download .pdf Women, Spirituality and Transformative Leadership: Where Grace Meets Power. Schaaf, Kathe (Editor) and Lindahl, Kay (Editor) and Hurty, Kathleen S. (Editor) and Cheen, Guo (Editor) Dec 2011. 250 p. SkyLight Paths, hardcover, $24.99. (9781594733130). 204.082. Blending the interdisciplinary approaches of a Buddhist nun, Certified […]

Meet The Authors

Women, Spirituality and Transformative Leadership *Download Meet The Authors .pdf Lisa Anderson is the director of Women’s Multifaith Education at Auburn Theological Seminary. She holds masters of divinity and masters of philosophy degrees from Union Theological Seminary. Currently she is a Union doctoral candidate in systematic theology. She has taught Black, Feminist, and LGBT theologies, Christian ethics and […]

Book Endorsements and Praise

Endorsements *Download Book Endorsements and Praise  .pdf This book is a powerful plunge into the views, values, and extraordinary endeavors by women on the leading edge of spirituality and leadership. — Roshi Joan Halifax, Founding Abbot, Upaya Zen Center Women’s spiritual leadership in circles, tribes, and communities is transforming the world. This compendium of diverse voices showcases its […]

Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jennifer Rataj Tel: (802) 457-4000 Fax: (802) 457-4004 publicity@skylightpaths.com Download complete Press Release .pdf     HOW CAN WOMEN EMERGE AS SPIRITUAL LEADERS TO HELP HEAL A FRACTURED WORLD? Throughout history, women traditionally have demonstrated their ability to lead by raising children, caring for the infirm and elderly, and supporting their families and communities. […]