Hither & Yon

A Travel Guide for the Spiritual Journey

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Hither & Yon
Paperback ISBN: 9780687490769
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Published September 2007

Sharing wisdom, laughter, and travel tips, Becca Stevens paints an unforgettable picture of hither and yon, a mysterious land that is both the destination and the circuitous path itself as we journey toward God.

For individual reading or group use

 

Where is God?
Can I get there from here?
What happens along the way?

 

In this book, Becca Stevens is a trusted companion on the greatest journey of all. Sharing wisdom, laughter, and travel tips, she paints an unforgettable picture of hither and yon, a mysterious land that is both the destination and the circuitous path itself as we journey toward God.

Becca Stevens is a very highly gifted priest, writer, and poet. Readers will return again and again to this book for insight and inspiration.
                    Joseph C. Hough, Jr., President
                    Union Theological Seminary

Becca Stevens’ writing is poetic; her ministry is extraordinary. This new travel guide for the spirit is a gift that will change lives.
                    Phil Bredesen
                    Governor of Tennessee

Hither & Yon is an excellent guide for the Walk. God is just a step ahead, and he’s got all the luggage!
                    Fiona Prine
                    John Prine
                    Songwriter and Recording Artist

Becca Stevens is an Episcopal priest at St. Augustine’s Chapel on the Vanderbilt University campus. She is the founder of Magdalene, a residential community for women with a criminal history of prostitution and drug abuse, and the author of Finding Balance: A Sisters Bible Study and Sanctuary: Unexpected Places Where God Found Me, nominated by Christianity Today as best spirituality book of 2005.

Meet Becca in a video interview about her experience with Magdalene.

Hear Becca read excerpts from her book.

Visit Becca's website and the site for her ministry, Thistle Farms.

Includes an interview with Becca Stevens on her remarkable ministry with Magdalene

About the Author

Becca Stevens

Becca Stevens books have grown out of her work as chaplain of St. Augustine's Chapel at Vanderbilt University, and as founder and director of Magdalene, a residential community for women with a criminal history of drug abuse and prostitution. Her work with Magdalene has earned national attention and spawned both a cottage industry, Thistle Farms, and related programs here and overseas.

To date, she has raised nearly $13 million and gained nationwide press coverage for the organizations she supports. She has won numerous awards from organizations including the Frist Foundation and the Academy of Women in Achievement. She has been named the "Alumnus of the Year" by the School of Theology at the University of the South, "Nashvillian of the Year" by the Nashville Scene and "Tennessean of the Year" by The Tennessean. In October 2011, she was recognized as a "Champion of Change" by the Obama White House. She has written a number of articles, is a widely traveled speaker, and has both a blog and podcasts available online at www.beccastevens.org. She lives in Nashville with her husband, Grammy-winning songwriter Marcus Hummon, and their three sons, Levi, Caney, and Moses.