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Relief: A Quarterly Christian Expression Volume 2 Issue 4 By Kimberly M. Culbertson Lisa Ohlen Harris Amanda C. Bauch,

  • Title: Relief: A Quarterly Christian Expression Volume 2 Issue 4
  • Author: Kimberly M. Culbertson Lisa Ohlen Harris Amanda C. Bauch
  • ISBN: 9780979228407
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Paperback
  • The characters in this issue struggle with identity The way they view themselves is filtered through past scars, religious mythologies and religious abuses, the roles they ve always played or never played, the way they relate to family, their grappling with death and illness, even a driving need for dreadlocks A bold understanding of grace allows people to step into theThe characters in this issue struggle with identity The way they view themselves is filtered through past scars, religious mythologies and religious abuses, the roles they ve always played or never played, the way they relate to family, their grappling with death and illness, even a driving need for dreadlocks A bold understanding of grace allows people to step into the next moment as valuable as they were in the last, whether or not they ve botched that last moment In some of these pieces, characters come to understand this, but in just as many, they are held back by the way they see themselves In this issue Fiction by Josh Casey, Colby Cuppernull, Rod Dixon, Elizabeth Genovise, Daniel M Jaffe, and Susan J Masters Creative Nonfiction from Jessica Belt, Kenny Ching, Sarah C Culver, Andrea Cumbo, Jeremy B Jones, and Gerri Stowman Poetry by Justin Banta, Mary Marie Dixon, Juditha Dowd, Chuck Failing, Brett Foster, Heather Francis, Rachel Henderson, Joshua D Hill, Laurie Klein, Katherine Mayerovitch, Janet McCann, Robin Merrill, Rick Mullin, Charles Reynard, Gina M Tabasso, C.N Taylor, Jean Tupper, and Sarah Wells.
    Relief A Quarterly Christian Expression Volume Issue The characters in this issue struggle with identity The way they view themselves is filtered through past scars religious mythologies and religious abuses the roles they ve always played or never pl

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