Date posted: Mar 23, 2018
About the Book
Join us in a discussion of Anne Lamott’s book Hallelujah Anyway, which contains nine essays grouped around the theme of mercy. Lamott is well-known for her frank, funny, down-to-earth spiritual insights. In these essays, entwined with a number of narratives of her life, Lamott rediscovers mercy in the everyday messiness of life and connects it to kindness and forgiveness for ourselves and others.
About the Online Book Club
Are you a person who regularly reads books and articles on spirituality and theology?
Is the religion and spirituality section of your bookstore a favorite place?
Do you often wish there was a way that you could share your insights about an author and hear what others think?
If you have answered “yes” to any of these questions, whether you are reading for professional development, a committed spiritual practice, or an ongoing hunger to know more about the spiritual life, the Online Book Club is for you!
The Online Book Club offers a setting to encounter an author’s ideas and participate in conversation with others about a selected text. In addition to providing an experienced facilitator to guide the conversation, we get you started by offering some direction to engage the author and the text. Then the conversation unfolds in light of the interests of those in the conversation circle.
Check the course schedule for future offerings of this course.
Getting Started Week
Week 1: Locating Mercy (Essays 1, 2, 3)
Week 2: Mercy as Reaching Out (Essays 4, 5, 6)
Week 3: Mercy as Connecting with Other (Essays 7, 8, 9)
This course includes:
All Crossroads courses include these features:
Anne Lamott. Hallelujah Anyway: Rediscovering Mercy (Riverhead Books, 2017) Available in hardcover, large print paperback, and ebook.
A participant can expect to spend approximately 4 hours each week. This commitment includes both preparation and interaction online.
Content Scholar: Anne Lamott
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