Everything you need to understand or teach The Dance of the Dissident Daughter by Sue Monk Kidd.
THE DANCE OF THE DISSIDENT DAUGHTER is writer Sue Monk Kidd's memoir of her odyssey of feminist rebirth, shaking off the chains of patriarchy, learning to embrace her feminine soul, and telling the world some badly-needed truths.
Sue Monk Kidd, a successful freelance writer of articles for Christian publications and lecturer on spirituality begins to feel constricted by her Southern Baptist faith and examining earlier mystical traditions and liturgical churches leaves her feeling left out as a woman. Husband Sandy is a Southern Baptist minister, religion teacher, and college chaplain. They are married 19 years when Sue's quest begins. Sandy is not rigid or authoritarian, never demands that Sue "submit," but he initially resists her journey based on non-verbalized fears about what will happen to their relationship.
Sue's quest begins slowly when she sees herself giving birth to herself in a dream. At a retreat, she embarrasses herself by...
The Dance of the Dissident Daughter: A Woman's Journey from Christian Tradition to the Sacred Feminine Lesson Plans contain 121 pages of teaching material, including: