Stories of how women learn the culture of a highly authoritarian, patriarchal church.
Atlanta's Real Women
14 stories of hope, courage, resiliency, and strength.
“Though my work may be menial, though my contribution may be small, I can perform it with dignity and offer it with unselfishness. My talents may not be great, but I can use them to bless the lives of others.... The goodness of the world in which we live is the accumulated goodness of many small and seemingly inconsequential acts.” ~ Gorden B. Hinkley
“The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something. Don’t wait for good things to happen to you. If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope, you will fill yourself with hope.” ~ Barack Obama
Recently released after eight years in prison for eco-terrorism, Maeve is starting over 1,000 miles from where "a little difference of opinion" with her ex-husband turned into a lifetime away from her children and her ranch. Now, all she wants is to stay out of trouble so she can earn the right to see her children again, but pesky problems like friends, values, and even new love keep getting in her way.
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Women of the Land