In Jesus Approaches, Elizabeth Kelly shares vivid stones of New Testament women whose encounters with Jesus freed them to flourish in life. The stories are supplemented with moving accounts from her own life, and from the lives of women like you, to demonstrate that sometimes the best way to find healing, strength, and wholeness in Christ is, ironically, to lead with vulnerability and openness. Ultimately, Jesus Approaches teaches that Finding the fullness of life for which you were created begins with bringing your brokenness to the Lord.
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About the Author
ELIZABETH M. KELLY is an award-winning speaker and the author of six books, including Reasons I Love Being Catholic, which won the Catholic Press Association award in 2007 for Best Popular Presentation of the Faith. Her written works frequently appear in the Magnificat’s Lenten and Advent Companions and in other Catholic venues, such as the Catholic Spirit. Kelly received her certification as a spiritual director from the Cenacle of our Lady of Divine Providence School of Spirituality in association with the Franciscan University of Steubenville in 2015. She works with the Ignatian exercises and leads retreats. Kelly has appeared on Public Radio, EWTN, Salt and Light Television, and is the author of the nationally syndicated column "Your Heart, His Home." She teaches in the Catholic Studies program at the University of St. Thomas (MN) and serves as managing editor of Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture.. Her schedule along with sample podcasts of her retreat speaking may be found on her website: www.emkbooks.com/recorded-talks.html.
Table of Contents
Opening: Epistle vii
1 Magdalene 1
2 Shepherd Girl 17
3 Mother 33
4 Woman with a Wound 67
5 Woman Undivided 91
6 Veronica 117
7 "Martha, Martha" and Mary 131
8 Queen 147
Closing: Disciple 165
About the Author 180
What People are Saying About This
Liz Kelly's new book will help women to recognize their particular gifts for a world that needs healing. She encourages women to offer their unreserved ‘yes’ to the mission God has for them, like the grain of wheat in the furrow, so that their lives will bear abundant fruit.