Everyday Wonder – from Kansas to Kenya, from Ecuador to Ethiopia
Reflections on everyday moments in the midst of ordinary life that reveal the sacred. The holy engulfs us all the time though we tend not to recognize it.
Five patterns emerged in these short stories as we explored our lives. In each of the patterns we have written first a mutual story of a time when we are together. Then individual stories follow from each of us. These may be moments in which we are pushed and pulled; or perhaps a fleeting glance that the ground has shifted beneath us; or verification that change may be coming our way. These are rarely a once only happening,
About Kaze Gadway (Kansas City, Missouri & Kansas Author)
Kaze Gadway writes, teaches, facilitates and implements projects. She began with village planning in developing nations. Later she focused on Native American Youth and communities within the Episcopal Dioceses in Arizona and New Mexico. Presently she works with homeless and street children from California to New Mexico.
About Priscilla H Wilson (Co-Author)
Priscilla H. Wilson is an author, birder, photographer, facilitator and great grandmother. Music within the Presbyterian Church has been her lifelong path. She has poured her life into programs designing curriculum and facilitating leadership with an emphasis on empowerment of women.