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Often, our emphasis on the unseen and spiritual dimensions of life have caused us to devalue the physical world—our bodies, our earth. But, God said a forever “Yes!” to the goodness of creation in Jesus. In this age of violence toward the earth and toward bodies we consider “other,” we need to reclaim the beloved-ness of the embodied life. Through creative writing and experiential exercises we will write the body back into our common life.

Presenter: Donna Johnson

Dates: March 26, 2019, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

This event to be rescheduled.

Location: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, McCord Community Center, 100 East 27th Street, Austin, 78705

Cost: $60 for the session (lunch included) 

Recommended for: faith-inspired writers and thinkers who want to explore the holiness of embodiment

About the Presenter

Donna M. Johnson is the author of Holy Ghost Girl, a memoir critically acclaimed by the New York Times, O Magazine, Texas Monthly, Beliefnet, NPR’s Interfaith Voices, People and many other publications and blogs. The book was named twice to the Oprah.com Memoirs We Love list and was chosen by Publishers Weekly and The Nervous Breakdown as a Top 10 pick. Holy Ghost Girl took top honors in the Spirituality category at the New York Books for a Better Life Awards and won the Mayborn Creative Nonfiction prize. Donna has written about matters of faith for the Dallas Morning News and the Austin American Statesman. She lives and writes in Austin Texas, where with the help of family and friends, she works at becoming a regular person.


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