Ann Bolson: A YEAR OF HOPE
Master’s Touch and Dragonfly Books are pleased to host Luther College graduate Ann Bolson with her new book A Year of Hope: 52 Weeks of Faith and Courage. A collection of Sunday morning messages, A Year of Hope looks to the wisdom of scripture to accompany spiritual journeys. Ann Bolson will be signing copies of her book and chatting one-on-one with visitors on Monday, June 3 between 4:30 - 6:00 PM at Master’s Touch.
Ann Bolson is a 1973 graduate of Luther College and earned her Doctor of Ministry degree from the Chicago Theological Seminary. Bolson’s career evolved from nursing to education to counseling and finally an ordained minister. Her project in ministry was entitled “Searching for the God of Grace: Psychotherapy and Spiritual Accompaniment with Wounded Christians.”
In A Year of Hope, Bolson culled through 15 years of Sunday morning messages to create a book that offers readers a break from the impulsive and unwise messages that inundate modern life. A Year of Hope offers readers an opportunity to return to some of the older forms of wisdom found in scripture, words from influential leaders, inspiring hymns, and remarkable stories of everyday people.
Everyone is invited to Master’s Touch between 4:30 and 6:00 PM on Monday, June 3 to chat with Bolson, have a coffee, and get your book signed. If you find that you can't make it to the event but would still like to purchase a book, just give Master’s Touch a call at 563-382-4432. One of their staff will be glad to reserve a book and have it autographed for you.
This event is hosted at Master’s Touch, 104 W. Water St., Decorah, and sponsored by Dragonfly Books. The event is free and open to the public. To learn more about this and other events sponsored by Dragonfly Books, please visit www.dragonflybooks.com, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 563-382-4275.
Our world seems to be drowning under the influence of technological advances and instant messaging. From this "progress" comes an inundation of the thoughts of others. Many times these messages are impulsive and lacking in wisdom or civility.
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