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WMRA's Books & Brews: Karen Wright Marsh
WMRA's Books & Brews: Karen Wright Marsh

Tue, Jan 09


Pale Fire Brewery

WMRA's Books & Brews: Karen Wright Marsh

WMRA’s Jan 2024 Books & Brews features author Karen Wright Marsh, discussing her latest book, "Wake up to Wonder; 22 Invitations to Amazement in the Everyday"

Time & Location

Jan 09, 2024, 7:00 PM

Pale Fire Brewery, 217 S Liberty St #105, Harrisonburg, VA 22801, USA

About the Event

WMRA’s January Books & Brews will feature Karen Wright Marsh, discussing Wake Up To Wonder, 22 Invitations to Amazement in the Everyday.

Live at Pale Fire Brewing Co., Tuesday, January 9, 2024 at 7pm and available later on WMRA's YouTube Channel and on Facebook.

Signed copies of Wake Up To Wonder will be available at the event and online at Stone Soup Books.

WMRA's Books & Brews is made possible thanks to our series sponsor, Gaines Group Architects. The Gaines Group has offices in Charlottesville and Harrisonburg.

About the Book

In her quest to live a vibrant spiritual life, Karen Wright Marsh had a  revelation: she didn't need to find and follow the perfect plan; she needed people she could follow.

In Wake Up to Wonder, Marsh introduces us to those people: 22  faithful yet oh-so-human Christians from across centuries and cultures.  Inspired by their example, she offers playful, simple practices that  bring deeper meaning and purpose to everyday life -- a collage of  spiritual and personal experiments anyone can do.

Wake up to wonder and discover that a life of spiritual depth, amazement, and connection is within reach, today and every day.

About the Author

Karen Wright Marsh is an author, speaker and the executive director and  cofounder of Theological Horizons, a ministry that supports Christians  & seekers in academia by providing a welcoming community for  engaging faith, thought & life. She is the host of the Vintage  Saints and Sinners podcast. She holds degrees in philosophy from Wheaton  College & linguistics from the University of Virginia. Karen lives  with Charles Marsh, a UVA professor, at the Bonhoeffer House in  Charlottesville, Virginia.

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