Revelation at the Labyrinth

Revelation at the Labyrinth

by Nancy Flinchbaugh


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It's all about healing...

Join the Magnificent and Marvelous Book Club (the MAMs) on an adventure as they launch a re-entry organic farm for women in recovery. The ancient pilgrim path of the labyrinth leads them all through personal healing and redemption, while finding hope for the planet as they encounter the turmoil of domestic violence, addiction, cancer, and climate change. Thomaseena, a victim of domestic violence, is erroneously sentenced to prison for killing her husband in self-defense. When she is released from prison, Thomaseena moves into the MAMs’ re-entry organic farm and begins to reconnect with the earth, seeking healing, recovery and a new life path. Meanwhile, MAM Molly Mabra journeys with breast cancer. This lively story of love and transformation will keep you reading and thinking about possible ways to creatively build a future together.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781632134424
Publisher: eLectio Publishing
Publication date: 10/17/2017
Pages: 380
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.85(d)

About the Author

NANCY FLINCHBAUGH writes as a spiritual practice. She completed training with the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation and leads contemplative retreats and groups. She is a certified labyrinth facilitator with Veriditas, a labyrinth organization. After completing a degree in religion and sociology from Otterbein College and a master's in education from the University of Texas at San Antonio, she has worked for local government since 1994, coordinating mediation, fair housing and intercultural programming. She lives in Springfield, Ohio, with her husband, Steve, and cat, Emily Rose. Find Nancy on her website at, where the fictional MAMs comment on books read by the real-life MAMs Book Club Springfield, and on her Facebook page at Nancy Flinchbaugh, Author.

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TeresaKander More than 1 year ago
This book deals with a LOT of serious issues--domestic violence, alcoholism, cancer, climate change, the criminal justice system--but not in a way which leaves the reader overwhelmed by any of them. They are all woven together in the stories of the characters in a way that makes you care about al the characters and what happens to them. While this is a work of fiction, it is full of information that will give the reader cause to stop and think about the above-mentioned issues, particularly the climate change. If you have a heart, this story will stay with you for a long time after reading it. This is the second book in the series, but it is easily read as a stand-alone story. I look forward to reading more about the ladies of the Magnificent and Marvelous book club.