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“A Shalom Sista is a woman who loves people, follows the Prince of Peace, and never gives up her sass.

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Rachel Held Evans

Rachel Held Evans

Author of Searching for Sunday and A Year of Biblical Womanhood

What a timely read! It’s so rare to find a book that is this theologically rich and carefully crafted yet rooted in the messy, churned-up earth of everyday life. A clarion call to justice, peace, and good-old-fashioned laughter, Shalom Sistas will leave you changed. It’s a book I can recommend to friends across the political and cultural spectrum—not because it’s safe but because it is profoundly, prophetically true.

Bruxy Cavey

Bruxy Cavey

Teaching Pastor at The Meeting House & author of The End of Religion and reUnion: the Good News of Jesus for Seekers, Saints, and Sinners

Thank you Osheta Moore for capturing the joyful challenge of being a peacemaker in such a tangible way! Shalom Sistas will shake up your conceptions of what it means to follow Jesus while painting a beautiful, raw picture of living in the Kingdom.

Sarah Bessey

Sarah Bessey

author of “Jesus Feminist” and “Out of Sorts: Making Peace with an Evolving Faith”

Osheta is that rare leader who is stanchly alongside instead of ahead. She is the best sort of friend for this journey: funny, warm, welcoming, challenging, wise, strong, and real. She is deeply connected to her family and to her community and to the world and to Jesus but she’s her own person, too - quirky and intentional, self-deprecating and soulful. I love everything she writes.

Jessica Honnegar

Jessica Honnegar

Founder/Co-CEO of Noonday Collection

“Osheta Moore writes about shalom in the same voice she uses when she calls up a girlfriend from the carpool line. I want to put my phone on speaker and chat with her all day.”

Drew G. I. Hart

Drew G. I. Hart

author of Trouble I’ve Seen and assistant professor of theology at Messiah College

“Shalom Sistas reorients our daily Christian practice toward God’s dream of shalom. Osheta Moore is thoughtful and down-to-earth, and thankfully, the God she speaks about looks and sounds like Jesus. In an age of despair and violence, this storied manifesto is a necessary encouragement.”

Gail Song Bantum

Gail Song Bantum

Executive Pastor, Quest Church (Seattle, WA)

"In a world often wrought with unrest, Shalom Sistas offers a compelling way forward, calling the reader to consider what it means to live as peacemakers and not merely peacekeepers."

Megan Tietz

Megan Tietz

Creator and Host of Sorta Awesome Podcast

“I can’t remember a book I’ve waited for with more anticipation than Osheta Moore’s Shalom Sistas. Her writing and teaching have revolutionized my life, and her approach to the active, engaged, and vital work of peacemaking has the potential to change our world.”

Shannan Martin

Shannan Martin

Author of Falling Free: Rescued from the life I always wanted

"Only Osheta could land these powerful soul truths with such humor and grace. This hopeful manifesto is guaranteed to move you – to action, to peace, and ultimately toward the weird way of Jesus..."

Kurt Willems

Kurt Willems

pastor of Pangea Church and podcaster at Theology Curator

“Osheta Moore reminds us all that peacemaking happens in the ordinary spaces of life. Read this book, if you dare, but beware: you might just become convinced that shalom seeking is for regular folks in regular places.”

 

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