Shattering Glass Ceilings by Rev Chris Low
SHATTERING GLASS CEILINGS:
No obstacle too great for God’s enabling power
The Reverend Christine “Chris” Low has spoken on many occasions about the testimony of her healing from multiple sclerosis and has frequently been asked to put it in writing. Now she sets out to tell her story with the hope of encouraging others to step out in faith and trust to God’s enabling to fulfil their God-given potential.
Shattering Glass Ceilings presents a story of the frustrations and restrictions of gender-shaped glass ceilings and how Chris saw those ceilings come crashing down one by one. By God’s grace, she was healed of multiple sclerosis and enabled to follow his call to ordination. The road was far from easy, but through God’s Holy Spirit and the support of many good people, it became possible. Along the way she learned many lessons—most of all, coming to trust to God’s empowering and to refuse to allow the prejudices of others to determine who she was and what she could become.
Inspirational and biblically based, this personal narrative tells one woman’s story of healing and empowerment as God’s grace and hand in her life made possible many great things.
The Reverend Christine “Chris” Low is an Anglican priest who is now retired from full-time ministry. A former UK national director of the International Order of St Luke the Physician, she has been a guest speaker and seminar leader at many healing conferences both in the UK and abroad. She and her husband, John, have two adult children and two granddaughters. They divide their time between their home in Yorkshire and New Zealand.
For more information about the author and her work see: www.christinelowauthor.com
The adventures of her faith and journey are told in a very engaging and helpful style. You are drawn into her story and find yourself examining your own story. One of the major themes to emerge as she shares her many experiences of the Christian healing ministry is that God wishes to engage us all in his care of persons and care of worlds. The weaknesses and limitations we perceive in ourselves actually qualify us for this calling by God.