There is no secret formula to experiencing the sacred in our lives - it just takes practice and practicality.
When we allow ourselves to embrace both ordinary and extraordinary experiences, we can feel the divine anywhere.
Free Mindfulness Guide
Three Mini-Retreats To Find The Extraordinary in the Ordinary
We can find something extraordinary in the most ordinary.
We can find our deep truth and purpose while we are on the way to the grocery store or struggling to make a marriage work.
We can find beauty while we go through a TSA checkpoint or walk along any sidewalk.
We can feel gratitude sitting in a waiting room or forgiving ourselves for one thing we didn’t get done.
About Practically Divine
Practically Divine is a roadmap for experiencing the love and beauty that surrounds us every day of our lives. In allowing ourselves to share with each other, to walk out of our dark tunnels of trauma and into broad daylight, we can repair the brokenness and truly love ourselves.
In the book, Becca Stevens shares her own story of experiencing sexual abuse as a child, as well as the stories of other women survivors of abuse, rape, drug addiction, trafficking, and prostitution.
Part poetry, part rant, part rumination on her mother’s wit and wisdom, Becca weaves an invitation to create something from nothing, to find love and forgiveness and the practically divine that lives in all women.
Becca Stevens is an author, social justice leader, Episcopal priest, and the founder and president of Thistle Farms. She is a fearless advocate for physical, mental and economic freedom for women survivors in Nashville, Tennessee, and around the world.
Her latest book, Practically Divine serves to show how—in real life, in all its darkness and lightness, and in real people, in all their brokenness and giftedness—we can find, experience, and share love.
Recognized as a Top 10 CNN Hero and a White House Champion of Change, she has experienced and listened to stories from women all over the world—finding healing in even the most challenging circumstances. Those stories often bring as much laughter as tears. Her work is her joy.