Download 10 Practical Ways You Can Walk Through Justice
My hope with this guide is that you will see that the work of justice is a way of life, not an occasional activity.
There is no secret formula to experiencing the sacred in our lives - it just takes practice and practicality.
Signs of love abound everywhere: walking in the woods, in a sacred building, or in a dusty refugee camp. When we allow ourselves to embrace both ordinary and extraordinary experiences, we can feel the divine anywhere.
Part poetry, part rant, part rumination on her mother’s wit and wisdom, Becca weaves an invitation to create something from nothing.
Find Your Way
Through these practices, you are invited to look again at ancient insights and well-worn words with wisdom from the streets and truth from stories.
We want this book to be a gift to you, whether you are reading it from an ivory tower or under the top bunk in a cell. We want it to carry you through your everyday life, to broaden its joys, lessen its sorrows, and console you beyond grief.
Whether written from the hardships of deep wounds, grief, or longing for justice, life can overflow with hope. Love Heals contains principles that have transformed lives.
Drawn from the Christian tradition and Becca Steven's work as an Episcopal priest for the past 30 years, each chapter brings encouragement and practical steps for anyone going through a difficult season or searching for a deeper faith.
The Way of Tea and Justice
Rescuing the World's Favorite Beverage from its Violent History
With the opening of The Café at Thistle Farms, Becca began researching tea production and advocating for tea producers across the globe.
Read what she discovered about the violent history surrounding the farming and distribution of tea, as well as the current status of the workers, predominantly women, who labor to provide us with a drink we love.
Develop a new taste for Justice Tea. It just tastes better.
Hither & Yon
A Travel Guide for the Spiritual Journey
Rev. Becca Stevens describes the mysterious places where we find connection with God.
Hither & Yon is both the destination and the journey.
Hither and yon is a mysterious place of communion with God. It is the destination to which we are headed and the circuitous path itself.
For the trip, there are some things we should pack and some things we should leave behind. We are already on the journey. This book is written to encourage all of us to keep walking.
The Art of Healing & Truth Telling
Becca Stevens calls herself a "snake oil seller": She takes natural oils, mixes them with a good story, sells them in an open market and believes they help to heal the world. The book weaves together the beginnings of Thistle Farms with individual stories from Becca's own journey as well as 20 women in the community.
In Snake Oil, Becca tells how the women she began helping fifteen years ago have been the biggest source of her own healing from sexual abuse and her father's death as a child. Wise and reflective, Snake Oil offers an empowering narrative as well as a selection of recipes for healing remedies that readers can make themselves.
Letters From the Farm
A Simple Path for a Deeper Spiritual Life
Learn how to avoid disillusionment and the distraction of ego on the spiritual path.
Although directed towards seminarians, priests, and pastors across denominational lines, its wisdom will resonate with social workers, activities, caregivers and anyone who wants to follow the road signs of courage, humility and compassion on their journey.