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Glory Happening is a book of stories and prayers that remind us to take a closer look at our everyday circumstances, to find the magic and beauty in ordinary experiences.
Kaitlin B. Curtice invites the reader to live deeply in every moment with the expectation that something good will find us at the end of the day.
"Glory Happening inspires us to find the divine in every aspect of life, and gifts us with the opportunity to embrace and mirror the gracious reality of God and glory in our midst." —Richard Rohr
“With the insights of a prophet and the attention of a poet, Kaitlin Curtice invites the reader to see the world fresh, in all its everyday glory.” —Rachel Held Evans, author of Searching for Sunday and A Year of Biblical Womanhood
"In this book, the author walks with us into the heart of glory, asking what it means to find sacred spaces in everything. Her young, indigenous voice brings a fresh perspective of lyrical prayer and storytelling to the world."—Brian McLaren, Author of The Great Spiritual Migration
"Kaitlin B. Curtice was born with a set of eyes that see beyond the ordinary. She sees beauty and holiness in mess, mayhem, and monotonous routine. She sees miracles in darkness. She sees hope in human heartache and promise in dead ends."—Rachel Macy Stafford, New York Times bestselling author of Hands Free Mama and Only Love Today
Accept the invitation – invest in the glory that surrounds you!
Open your eyes to the Kingdom as it comes everyday through stories and prayers, quotidian observances and divine revelations.
Download an 8-week reading and discussion guide for Glory Happening
Read an interview with the author on Religions News Service!
Glory Happening from Kaitlin Curtice on Vimeo.
Kaitlin B. Curtice is a Native American Christian author, speaker and worship leader. She is a contributor to Sojourners and writes at www.kaitlincurtice.com on the intersection of culture and spirituality.