Join Community Initiative Director, Lisa Lynne Kirkpatrick, in the Library for small group discussion of God’s Troublemakers: How Women of Faith are Changing the World by the Rev. Dr. Katharine Henderson, President of Auburn Seminary. A book about spiritually-motivated women of all faiths who are changing the world as leaders in the public arena, our discussion will examine the impact that faith and powerful leadership can have on our society.
About the book | God’s Troublemakers: How Women of Faith are Changing the World
Available to purchase or borrow from the Grace Farms Library
God’s Troublemakers is a book about women who are changing the world as leaders in the public arena and whose work is religiously or spiritually motivated. They are “socio-ethical entrepreneurs,” who have invented organizations or movements to “repair the world.” They are Christians, Jews, and Muslims. Henderson interviews, among others, Sr. Helen Prejean, the anti-death-penalty activist; Ruth Messigner, former Manhattan Borough President and now executive director of the American Jewish World service; and Helen LaKelly Hunt, who has been a national activist funding women’s causes.