Megan McKenna, a native of New York City has lived, visited and gypsied through North and South America (especially Bolivia/Peru), Europe and a collection of islands: Celtic, Japanese, the Philippines, Singapore, Haiti and the Hawaiian Islands and through Malaysia, India, Marshall Islands, Thailand, Australia and China. She works with Indigenous groups, in base Christian Communities and with justice and peace groups as well as parishes, dioceses and religious communities. She has been on the United States National Board of Pax Christi and in 2002 was appointed an Ambassador of Peace for Pax Christi. To read more about Megan, click here.
A Great NEW book by Megan!
This is a book of stories remembered and gathered from around the world over six decades. They are people stories: wisdom stories. They are written and shared in gratitude to encourage others. They are individual glimpses of the poor who save us, specifically some of the poor of God, the least of God’s beloved children, given to me as gifts. They are simple, ordinary, amazing women, children and men, of all ages who image and reflect God so strongly and singularly, startling us into insight and deepening our knowledge of who God is and who we are and can be by grace. This book seeks to be a thank you note for encountering such people and a way of passing on the gift of them to others, since ‘a gift isn’t a gift until it’s been given at least twice.” Read the stories and unwrap the gift for yourself.
Available on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Poor-Save-Us-Megan-McKenna/dp/1940414288