Daring to Speak Love’s Name

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Daring to Speak Love’s Name: A Gay and Lesbian Prayer Book (1992)

Author(s): Elizabeth Stuart

Format: Paperback

ISBN-13: 9780281045785

Amazon UK: Daring to Speak Love’s Name

Language: English

Standpoint: 1 Fully inclusive and affirming

Genre(s): Advice – spiritual and practical, Contemporary Christian practice and experience, Liturgy/worship, Memoir/autobiography, Poetry, and Spirituality

Topic(s): Accepting one's sexuality, Healing/growing into wholeness, Inclusive Christianity, and Spirituality

Especially suitable for: Clergy and Therapists and pastors

Both a handbook for gay and lesbian Christians looking for words and liturgies to express their own experience of life – from coming out to dealing with AIDS – this book is also offered to the clergy wishing to minister more fully to the needs of their congregation. It is a challenging book which combines practical help with inspirational psalms and prayers.

Reviews/Comments

“An absolute must have for anyone who provides pastoral care in the LGBTQQI community. Likewise for those folks who are struggling to match their sexuality or gender identity with their spiritual journey – read on! A bit dated but a solid stand-by that is both practical and spiritually uplifting.” — The Captain

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