Glory Happening: Finding the Divine in Everyday Places
Friday, 11:00am | Open
This session is a conversation about finding the sacred in our everyday experiences.
What do you think of when you hear the word glory?
I used to imagine clouds with a silver lining, the booming voice of God coming from the heavens down to earth. Something majestic. But now I see something different.
The definition of the word glory is: magnificence or great beauty.
So if we are going to find God in our everyday lives, we look for the beautiful things– even in the mundane, even in the difficult, even where we don’t expect it.
Join me as I discuss my upcoming book, “Glory Happening: Finding the Divine in Everyday Places,” coming out this November with Paraclete Press. I will share excerpts of my book, a collection of fifty stories and prayers from my life, all centered around the idea of glory.
Kaitlin B. Curtice is a Native American Christian author, speaker and worship leader from Atlanta, GA. She is publishing a book with Paraclete Press this November titled “Glory Happening: Finding the Divine in Everyday Places,” a collection of fifty short essays and prayers centered around the idea of glory. She is a contributor for Sojourners and writes on the intersection of spirituality and everyday life on her blog. She is also a contributing writer for The Sisterhood of Progressive Christians. Kaitlin is passionate about helping people find the sacred in everyday experiences through storytelling. Her Potawatomi heritage and voice in the church give a unique perspective on continuing the conversation between the church and indigenous peoples.
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