See “Crazy Faith: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives,” by Susan K. Williams Smith

@ASoulAFire @JaniceOCG #CrazyFaith @JudsonPress is early book by @cassady2euca Rev. Dr. Susan K. Williams Smith who joins “If America Fails?” Thurs., Jan. 20, 2022, 8 pm ET, on TruthWorks Network YouTube channel, analyzing religious references in @HandmaidsOnHulu.  Join us!

An early book by IAF Guest Expert Rev. Dr. Susan K. Williams Smith is Crazy Faith:  Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives, published in 2009.  Williams Smith joins “If America Fails?:  The Coming Tyranny” Thursday, January 20, 2022, 8 pm ET, on the TruthWorks Network YouTube channel, helping us analyze the religious references found in The Handmaid’s Tale.  She is Founder and Executive Director of Crazy Faith Ministries – and will bring important insights on our viewing experience.

People of “crazy faith” have changed the world, teaches Smith as she challenges us all to follow their lead in Crazy Faith:  Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives.

— LMO

“‘It hasn’t been extraordinary people who have changed the world; rather, it’s been people who have been willing to act and live on faith,’ observes pastor and author Susan Smith.  Drawing on biblical, historical, and contemporary stories of what she calls ‘crazy faith,’ this inspirational volume challenges readers to dare to step out and make a difference in the world.  Faith is ‘vision fueled by action,’ Smith declares.  Follow in the footsteps of those who have earned a place in the Hall of Faith, including Moses, Harriet Tubman, David, Nelson Mandela, Sarah and Abraham, Mother Teresa, Noah, and Mary McLeod Bethune.” — Publisher

Works by Rev. Dr. Susan K. Williams Smith

Rev. Dr. Susan K. Williams Smith is an ordained minister, pastor, musician, writer, activist and mother of two, living in Columbus, OH, where she now serves as Founder and Executive Director of Crazy Faith Ministries.  This is a non-traditional church with faith ministries providing outreach and services for homeless people; services for children of incarcerated parents; and voter education and registration, among other things.  Pastor Williams Smith also leads Freedom Choir that sings songs of freedom at marches and events offering messages of social justice through music.  She previously served for 22 years as pastor of Advent United Church of Christ, also in Columbus, and maintains an interest in the relationship between politics, religion, and race.  A prolific writer and author of several books, Williams Smith began her career as a newspaper reporter in Baltimore.  Her books include Crazy Faith:  Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives (2009), and most recently, With Liberty & Justice for Some: The Bible, the Constitution, and Racism in America (2020), Dr. Williams Smith also blogs at Candid Observations and has written for the Washington Post and Huffington Post.  With a Doctorate in Ministry, she maintains leadership roles in many national and community organizations and religious networks.  — If America Fails:  The Coming Tyranny, a TruthWorks Network Production

SEE | Crazy Faith:  Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives | by Susan K. Williams Smith | Judson Press | 3/30/2009

Published by Loga Michelle Odom @Odomanian

Founder/Host, Reading Changes Lives; Senior Producer, OUR COMMON GROUND Media / TruthWorks Network / If America Fails?: The Coming Tyranny

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