Recovering Abundance: Twelve Practices for Small-Town Leaders
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About the Author
Andy Stanton-Henry is a writer, guide, Quaker minister, bibliophile, chicken-keeper, library aide, and ordinary leader. He holds an MDiv from Earlham School of Religion, where he studied spiritual formation, social justice, and rural renewal. He is the founder and director of Recovering Abundance Ministries. He is a native of Mount Gilead, Ohio, but now lives in Jefferson City, Tennesee, with his spouse, Ashlyn.
"As a former country-church pastor, I wish I would have had this book when I was starting out. It's packed with practical wisdom and tools to be a faithful leader in parts of our country too long neglected." --J. Brent Bill, Ploughshares Farm; author of Hope and Witness in Dangerous Times
"Stanton-Henry digs beyond stereotypes to reveal the complexity and agency of ordinary leaders across rural America. This wonderful book is full of entertaining stories and grounded in biblical wisdom. Readers will draw inspiration and energy from it." --Michael T. Snarr, Wilmington College; author of Faithful Witness in a Fractured World
"The work of the moment is to stay in relationship with our communities and one another. Recovering Abundance is a prayer and a guide for that journey." --Whitney Kimball Coe, Center for Rural Strategies