And Other Conversations on God, Sex, and Life
Edited By Katherine James & A.J. Marks
Dating During the Apocalypse
is a collaboration of essays from 32 female writers of all ages and from different walks of life. Some devote their time to biblical studies, others to speaking, and still others to justice issues. All of them share a love for writing. In sharing their stories as well as their thoughts on some of the things God has taught them over the years, their hope is that you will grow to become all that Jesus desires for you—his plans, his designs…for you.
This is a book without judgment and with much encouragement that’s filled with grace and love. It’s also a book to learn from, from women who have been there, done that, and walked a few steps ahead of you.
The essays in this collection are as unique as the women who wrote them. They range from dating to mentorship and everything in between. We hope you’ll gather insight as you read, and most importantly grow in your love for God as you understand how deep his love is for you.
Contributors Include: Amy Buckley, Bronwyn Lea, Shellie R. Warren, Judy Douglass, Marlena Graves, Dorothy Greco, Heather Walker Peterson, Heather Zempel, Katherine James, Jen Underwood, Beth Bruno, Vivian Mabuni, Jamie Calloway Hanauer, and Natalie R. Wilson Eastman.
KATHERINE JAMES has worked with Cru for thirty years and seen God do some crazycool stuff. Presently she’s senior editor for Cru Press and gets to read, edit, and try not to overwhelm her husband, the publisher. She has an MFA from Columbia University and is published in various journals and anthologies. Her forthcoming novel, as well as a memoir, will be published by Paraclete Press in 2017. She blogs at northhillsdrive.com.
978- 1-57334- 104-7
Softcover, 254 pages, Collection-Anthology, Includes Small Group Material, 5.5 x 8.5