The book streams run uphill conversations with young clergywomen of color was first inspired by an african proverb that echoes the sentiment above where streams run uphill there a woman rules from the prologue it is the dynamic but unexpected harmony of streams that run uphill that compels me the most there is struggle in an uphill . The recently published book streams run uphill conversations with young clergywomen of color poignantly opens up a whole new world for those of us who still see through the eyes of the dominant culturethe titles clergywomen of color gives a small taste of the experiences these women have faced and continue to face yet these women also share much with their caucasian sisters such as . In the candid book streams run uphill conversations with young clergywomen of color author writer editor and pastor mihee kim kort artfully brings together diverse narratives to encourage educate and equip clergywomen wrestling with identity authority and the uphill struggle against racism sexism ageism and other ministry challenges. Book review streams run uphill conversations with young clergywomen of color by mihee kim kort judson 2014 kristen nicole caldwell kristen nicole caldwell is a bishop for the worldwide fellowship of independent christian churches serving as one of the board of directors and the diocesan bishop of ohio. There is struggle in an uphill endeavor but miracle in its very existence there is something off putting and hard to swallow about it true but also something undeniably compelling theres a growing segment of other clergywomen non anglo women of diverse cultures and ethnicities who serve
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