A Way to Being Us: A Christian Path for Unity in Diversity

A Way to Being Us: A Christian Path for Unity in Diversity

by Ann Hagmann

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A Way to Being Us: A Christian Path for Unity in Diversity by Ann Hagmann

Color Edition...We live in a time of severe cultural polarization, our world caught in a social war of differences and diversity. Hatred and violence are erupting everywhere, but they can never be the solution to our problems. Our only hope lies in the way of love and pursuing unity in our growing diversity.

Firmly grounded in the life and teachings of Jesus, A Way to Being Us invites the reader to spiritual growth and a deeper connection with God through awareness and choice.

The book develops a threefold path to provide a practical way for dealing with and responding to disunity and diversity. These paths include believing and trusting, broadening and reframing,
and connecting and belonging.

"A Way to Being Us" includes personal meditations and study guide.

A video introduction by the author is available for six study sessions on DVD and at https://vimeo.com/annhagmann

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781548416539
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/27/2017
Pages: 148
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Eighteen years as a hospice chaplain has convinced the Rev. Dr. Ann Hagmann of God's love for all of us. Her hospice work has been balanced by a rich relationship in local ministries, teaching, and retreats. Ann's work experience includes over fourteen years in management with AT&T and Southwestern Bell before an adult call to ministry. Ann received a Master of Divinity from Perkins School of Theology, as well as a Doctor of Ministry.

After pastoring United Methodist churches in Oklahoma for ten years, Ann moved to the Austin, Texas area where she has served as a hospice chaplain for Hospice Austin. Ann loves the outdoors, gardening, animals, and needlepoint. She is the author of two other books - Climbing the Sycamore Tree and Abiding Hope.

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