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March 03, 2024 2 min read

Have you ever read a book that just resonated with you on a deep level? One that made you reflect on your own life and relationships? That's exactly how Margaret, Rose, Jane, and Fran felt when they gathered in their chapel to knit prayer shawls together.

What Made Their Meetings Special?

For these women, their weekly knitting sessions were more than just a hobby. It was a time of making something beautiful with their hands. The act of knitting prayer shawls was not just a craft, but a form of ministry and connection.

Unexpected Challenges

However, their peaceful gatherings were disrupted when their pastor decided to kick them out of the church in a desperate attempt to attract more members. This unexpected turn of events forced the women to find a new place to continue their tradition and learn that as important as prayer is connecting with people is a powerful way to share God's love. 

The Power of Unity and Creativity

Despite the challenges they faced, Margaret, Rose, Jane, and Fran remained resilient. They found a way to continue their meetings and knitting sessions, proving that prayer and reaching people were more important than any physical location.

This story teaches us the importance of community, creativity, and perseverance. It shows us that even in the face of adversity, we can find ways to come together, support each other, and create something meaningful. 

I loved this book. There are many lessons to learn from this story.
I love the idea of knitting thread together to create something beautiful and useful. I listened to the audio version and it was very well done. Written by Sharon J. Mondragon. 

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