You are here

Love Big: The Power of Revolutionary Relationships to Heal the World

Author: 
Rozella Haydée White (Author)
Request a Review, Exam, or Desk copy.

Request a Review copy

Please select a version:

Digital

Digital copies are fulfulled via Edelweiss, an external trusted partner.

×

Request an Exam copy

Please select a version:

Digital

Digital copies are fulfulled via Edelweiss, an external trusted partner.

×

Request an Desk copy

Please select a version:

Digital

Digital copies are fulfulled via Edelweiss, an external trusted partner.

×

Request an Exam/Desk copy

This title is not available as a gratis copy.
To discuss your use of this title for a particular course please e-mail the Textbook Adoption Consultant for review.
Click here to email

×

Description

Love has the power to transform us

In the words of Mother Teresa, "We have forgotten that we belong to each other." This lapse in memory has caused deep fractures and allowed fear, hatred, and division to infect our lives together. We've become disconnected from each other and from our very selves.

In Love Big, leadership coach Rozella Haydée White introduces readers to the power of revolutionary relationships. Modeled after the image of God as a lover, these relationships can heal the brokenness of our lives by crossing over the dividing lines of race, gender, religion, orientation, ability, identity, and class to provide relief and inspiration.

Revolutionary relationships will usher us into a reality marked by love, connection, and a belief in abundance.

Revolutionary relationships lead us to love big--to love despite hardships and fear; to love in the face of despair; to love ourselves and others deeply and passionately; to love in ways that change us all.

Dive deeper into White's words with our Love Big discussion guide.

ISBN: 
9781506433738
Price: 
$21.99
ISBN: 
9781506455587
Price: 
$19.99
Release date: 
May 7, 2019
Pages: 
200
Width: 
5.50
Height: 
8.50

Endorsements

This book is balm for wounded hearts and water for thirsty souls.

"This book is balm for wounded hearts and water for thirsty souls. The word love gets tossed around so casually nowadays that it has lost much of its meaning. But Rozella Haydee White’s bold, vulnerable storytelling stripped away my cynicism and woke me from my slumber. She offers a much-needed reminder of the expansive, holistic love of an incarnate God—a God who creates, a God who liberates, a God who sustains."

Jeff Chu, journalist and author of "Does Jesus Really Love Me?"

Rozella Haydée White is the mentor you've always wanted—kind, wise, insightful, and incisive.

"I'm not sure I've ever read a book that so seamlessly offers a warm embrace on one page and a helpful kick in the pants on the next! Love Big is an invitation to healing, and Rozella Haydée White is the mentor you've always wanted—kind, wise, insightful, and incisive."

Rachel Held Evans, best-selling author of "Searching for Sunday" and "Inspired"

The rawness, the realness, the vulnerability—she offers it all up in love.

"Rozella Haydee White gives us open access to the wisdom of her heart. The rawness, the realness, the vulnerability—she offers it all up in love. And when we receive it, we find love starting to take root in us in new, revolutionary ways. Hers is a fierce love. A generative love. A liberative love. A love that sings through the pages of this book."

Matthew David Morris, producer, songwriter, and minister

Rozella calls us to awaken our minds, repair our hearts, reform our bodies, and restore our souls.

"Reflecting on her own story, Rozella calls us to awaken our minds, repair our hearts, reform our bodies, and restore our souls so that we can engage in revolutionary relationships—creative, liberating, and sustaining relationships—that heal the world."

Michael Rinehart, bishop of the Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Her words are exactly what we need to get us loving in a robust and powerful way.

"In Love Big, Haydee White has given us a love we have to dig deep to understand and then choose for ourselves and others. Her words are exactly what we need to get us loving in a robust and powerful way. This book is vulnerable and smart, easy to read and challenging."

Micky ScottBey Jones, the Justice Doula, contemplative activist, author, and speaker