An honest look at how women can play a leading role in society and the church, from one who's been there and done it.
Taking the traditions in her Jewish background and the role of women in the family as her starting point, through to the Christian views and arguments about women in the Church she has encountered in her life, and balancing that with the professional success she has nevertheless seen in media and communications, Michele offers wisdom about the reality of womanhood, drawing inspiration from scripture and experience - and looking at the affirmation Jesus offers to all women through both.
A refreshing and honest contribution that offers and honours wisdom from an older woman - a demographic whose voices are often dismissed, and for whom there is arguably a dearth of positive and strong role models - of inspiration to younger women, too.
Michele Guinness is a writer and a regular broadcaster and speaker. She also runs her own PR consultacy. She is author of CHILD OF THE COVENANT, A LITTLE KOSHER SEASONING, PROMISED LAND, IS GOD GOOD FOR WOMEN and THE GUINNESS SPIRIT. She is a Jewish convert to Christianity and is married to an Anglican priest, Peter Grattan Guinness.