Native American author Kaitlin Curtice scheduled
to speak at conference co-hosted by Nadia Bolz-Weber
and Rachel Held Evans
Kaitlin B. Curtice, debut author of Glory Happening: Finding the Divine in Everyday Places, is scheduled to speak at Why Christian with Rachel Held Evans and Nadia Bolz-Weber, March 16-17 in Durham, NC.
Her new book Glory Happening began to ship this week with a set of endorsers that include Richard Rohr, Rachel Macy Stafford, Brian McLaren, and Rachel Held Evans
Kaitlin offers a gentle, contemplative, yet thoroughly contemporary message of how to walk into the heart of glory, asking what it means to find sacred spaces in everything. Deeply influenced by her Native American heritage, Curtice’s words will open your eyes to the Kingdom as it comes every day through stories and prayer, quotidian observances, and divine revelations.
Marketing and publicity for this title include scheduled podcasts and blogposts with Religion News Service, The Deconstructionists Podcast, Twisted Sisterds, Red Letter Christians, Dan Salerno’s Lifesomethings blog, The Mudroom Blog, and Salt Collective. Kaitlin blogs at kaitlincurtice.com.
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