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  •  Click here to order: From Ash to Flame: Women Rising
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    About the book:
    The world is in turmoil. People are losing or have lost faith. They need a reason to believe in their higher selves, the part of them that rises instead of crumbling under pressure of fallen economies, corrupt governments, violence against women and children, extremists, war, famine, and natural disasters. Readers will find many reasons to believe again from the incredible, courageous women interviewed for From Ash to Flame: Women Rising who singularly have inspired many people to transform their lives. However, collectively their stories are even more powerful. In fact, their stories transformed my life. This book will inspire and teach readers how to live with drive, integrity, joy, peace, love, courage, commitment, power, promise, freedom, honor, humanity, faith, equality, justice, vision, compassion, dedication, altruism, activism … and FLAME. Following are some of the women who share their stories of Rising:
    Fran Drescher, who started Cancer Schmancer Foundation after many doctors misdiagnosed her symptoms of uterine cancer for years resulting in her hysterectomy and destroying her dream of becoming a mother.
    • Mariane Pearl, who became an international advocate for peace after Al-Qaeda terrorists kidnapped and beheaded her husband, Daniel. She then became an international advocate for peace.
    • Erin Brockovich, the real Erin, who Julia Roberts portrayed in the movie and won an Oscar, shares her story of living in fear and as a “loser.” • Denise Brown, whose sister Nicole was brutally murdered and was a victim of domestic violence at the hands of OJ Simpson. Denise became an advocate for domestic violence victims.
    Wangari Matthai, the first African woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize in 2004 for starting the Greenbelt Foundation. She taught African women how to plant trees and earn money to support their families for the first time.
    Ngawang Sangdrol, a Tibetan nun who served a 21-year term in a Chinese prison for a series of peaceful protests against the occupation of her homeland and the suppression of her religion.
    Mukthar Mai, a Parkistani woman who was the first to bring the men who raped her for tribal honor to trial. She became an international figure when this heinous crime became worldwide news. She has devoted her life to helping other victims of this archaic crime that allows men to injure, maim, and murder women around the world.

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Amazing Women magazine: April 2015

Articles by Rev. Basia Christ

Nov/Dec 2015 Radiance: Time to Heal

May/June 2015 Radiance: Out of Africa

March/April 2016 Radiance: Embracing Your Inner Child

Jan/Feb 2016 Radiance: Is Peace on Earth Possible?

March/April 2015: The Road to Amboseli

July/August 2015 Radiance: One Lesson Learned

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