Having It All, Losing It All, and Finding Redemption

When the economy crashed in 2008, I watched the stock market tank, careers end, and fortunes lost with a sense of deja vu. I had been through it before and come out a different person. My book, Ginger’s Reckoning, was written as self-therapy for dealing my own financial crash and destroyed career. My husband and … More Having It All, Losing It All, and Finding Redemption

A “Hillbilly” Reacts to “Hillbilly Elegy”

My life as a wealthy person in Appalachia is light years away from that of poor Appalachian people living less than a mile away. Yet we do still have the same “culture” in many ways. I had hoped this book would address this culture, including the love of the land, the rich musical heritage, the pride in Cherokee heritage most of us have, and the extraordinary generosity of people in this region. … More A “Hillbilly” Reacts to “Hillbilly Elegy”

New Youth Resource, Wild Faith, Now Available

A new resource is now available to introduce creation care to youth: Wild Faith: A Creation Care Curriculum for YouthThis resource was designed and written as part of a generous fellowship from The Episcopal Church to support Environmental Stewardship. Wild Faith offers comprehensive resources for camps, retreats, summer programs, and environmental programs.  Along with tips … More New Youth Resource, Wild Faith, Now Available

Publication of Christian Nurture in the 21st Century

Sycamore Cove is delighted to announce the publication of its first book, Christian Nurture in the Twenty-First Century: A New Vision for Christian Formation.  This book, by Cynthia Coe, envisions new ways of nurturing children and young people in the Christian faith – backed up by scripture, church history, and theology. Christian Nurture in the … More Publication of Christian Nurture in the 21st Century