The Red Couch: A Woman’s Place Introduction

When I first heard the title of this month’s Red Couch book club selection, A Woman’s Place by Katelyn Beaty two thoughts came to mind: The first was that this book can help facilitate an interesting and diverse discussion about calling and equality for women in whatever workplace they feel called to by God. The next thought, […]

The Red Couch: Reluctant Pilgrim Discussion

To learn more about Reluctant Pilgrim, please read the introductory post. Be sure to peruse The Nightstand in that post, which has resources for those wanting to learn more about the topic and themes of this month’s selection.   When I read a synopsis of Reluctant Pilgrim: A Moody, Somewhat Self-Indulgent Introvert’s Search for Spiritual Community that described […]

The Red Couch: The Irrational Season Discussion

To learn more about The Irrational Season, please read the introductory post. Be sure to peruse The Nightstand in that post, which has resources for those wanting to learn more about the topic and themes of this month’s selection. I didn’t know when that first book by Madeleine L’Engle was placed in my hands at […]

The Red Couch: The Alchemist Introduction

When I first picked up my tattered paperback copy of the worldwide bestseller The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, I wasn’t sure what I’d find inside. Some people raved about the illuminated truths in its pages and how it changed their lives. Others said it was total malarky. At first glance, The Alchemist is a simple […]

The Red Couch: Embracing The Body Discussion

To learn more about “Embracing the Body,” please read the introductory post. Be sure to peruse The Nightstand in that post, which has resources for those wanting to learn more about the topic and themes of this month’s selection. We also enjoyed a wonderful discussion with Tara Owens in our Facebook group two weeks ago. […]